An ‘Our Town’ style meeting will be held tonight for residents of the 10th and Paige Street neighborhood.
The focus of the informal meeting is to allow city residents the chance to ask questions and share concerns with City Council and staff about their neighborhoods.
The entire community is welcome to attend any meeting, but issues related to the surrounding neighborhoods of each meeting site will be given priority.
Tonight’s meeting will be held at the Hope Community Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Dinner and childcare will be provided at the meeting.
The map of a plat of land once owned by Thomas Jefferson is being sold at auction.
Jefferson drew the map, known as a plat, for more than 1,300 acres in Albemarle County known as Indian Camp.
Jeffersonbought the property in 1795 for his friend, William Short, while Short was overseas.
The map is set to be sold at auction in Charlottesville this Saturday, Dec. 14.
Quinn and Farmer Auctions estimates the map to be worth up to $12,000
The court is allowing attorneys for Democrat Mark Herring and Republican Mark Obenshain access to a full array of election materials for the recount in the attorney general's race.
A three-judge panel heard arguments Wednesday from the state and an attorney for George Huguely, who was convicted in February 2012 in the slaying of Yeardley Love.
When the Virginia men's soccer team faces Maryland on Friday in the College Cup, it will mark the third match between the Cavaliers and Terrapins this season.
After having foot surgery in March of his freshman season, more than one year and eight months passed before Malcolm Brogdon was able to take the floor at John Paul Jones Arena again.
The Virginia men's basketball team is in the midst of a two week break from games, and their two most recent losses are a source of motivation during the break.
Buckingham County's run to the 2A state semifinals boosted the Knights into the Top 5 of the final Downtown Athletic Power Poll of the 2013 prep football season. Click here to see the postseason Top 10.
A man who stood close to President Barack Obama and other heads of state while providing sign language interpretation at Nelson Mandelaâs memorial Tuesday was a âfakeâ who was making up his own gestures, sign language experts say, raising questions about the security at the event.
Australia's highest court struck down a landmark law on Thursday that had begun allowing the country's first gay marriages, shattering the dreams of more than two dozen same-sex newlyweds whose marriages will now be annulled less than a week after their weddings.
Several thousand police in riot gear clashed with defiant protesters in the central square of the Ukrainian capital Wednesday after an overnight confrontation in which police clashed with demonstrators as they dismantled barricades and evicted protesters from tents.
The only copy of the Magna Carta in the United States is the centerpiece of a new museum gallery that opened Wednesday at the National Archives and traces the evolution of U.S. rights and freedoms for African-Americans, women and immigrants.