Email exchanges between lawyers, city officials, and city insurance company representatives suggest the two sides were negotiating.
Design changes have been the focus following crash fatalities on 5th Street, but the story is more complex than that.
While the City of Charlottesville is expecting to finally open its pools and aquatic centers safely this year, a continuing lifeguard shortage might…
As the Daily Progress recently reported, the Downtown Business Association has been "absorbed and replaced" by a new donor-funded non-profit called the…
Now, I can understand why a small section of Fifth Street is getting this kind of attention, and the cluster of fatal crashes that have occurred there…
February 11, 2022
"I’m very confident that the full city manager search process will involve significant public input...but there remains inherent uncertainty."
What's next? Yelp doing local restaurant reviews and reporting on local business news? This could be a trend worth keeping an eye on. Big national media…
"It seems to me that the project could be considered both a recontextualization and a destruction of the Lee statue," says Prof. Thomas Brown.
LAXART, a LA-based art non-profit, plans to hand over the Jackson statue to two of the country's most influential African-American artists.
Been working on a few longer projects, so sorry for the absence, but here are some local news items you might be interested in.
First former Police Chief RaShall Brackney, now former City Manager Tarron Richardson, are alleging racially motivated disparagement and retaliation.