Commonwealth’s Attorney Joe Platania appears to be fed up with the City not updating their current credit card policy. So, basically, under the city's current credit card policy, city employees can potentially embezzle money without facing prosecution. As Commonwealth’s Attorney…
“When you have attention, you have power," Michael Goldhaber told New York Times columnist Charlie Warzel, "...and some people will try and succeed in …
David McNair
An unfinished virtual discussion about City Councilor credit card usage wasn't the most important thing on City's Council's agenda last night [though t…
David McNair
In 2017, vacancy rates at area retail locations were at a 9-year low. City-wide, the vacancy rate was 1.78 percent. On the Downtown Mall, it was 1.05 p…
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"It’s getting hard to keep track of the bad news about the news right now. But we have to." - Kristen Hare, Poynter
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According to a local criminal defense attorney, Mayor Walker's gift card giving "looks like embezzlement."
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How an 85% spike in Nelson County homes sales could be a sign of the future of life in Central Virginia
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In February 2019, Developer Andrew Holzwarth angered a lot of folks when he bought the property formerly known as Belmont Apartments on Monticello Road…
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