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About: charlottesville, virginia

Charlottesville was named in honor of the queen consort of King George III, Charlotte of Mecklenburg Strelitz. The city is best known as the home of two of the founding fathers and three former US Presidents, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe. Charlottesville is also famous for Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's notorious mountain home. Monticello is a World Heritage Site and attracts almost 500,000 tourists each year.

Population: 49049
Local Newspapers: The Daily Progress
Local Sports Teams: Virginia Cavaliers Richmond Braves Richmond Kickers Richmond Renegades Richmond Roosters
Local Colleges: University of Virginia

Zip Codes associated with charlottesville, virginia: 22901 22902 22903 22911
Towns/Cities near charlottesville, virginia : Crozet Woolen Mills Oak Terrace Squire Hill

Charlottesville News
Belmont residents warn about plans for loud blasts

Some Charlottesville residents are warning about a request for extensive blasting in the southeast corner of the city. David Katz says developers are requesting a permit to allow 48 explosions between Druid Avenue and Quarry Road.

New police chief sworn in today

RaShall Brackney is set to begin her first day at work today, and will be sworn in at 1 this afternoon as Charlottesville's new police chief. Charlottesville Circuit Court Clerk Llezelle Dugger does the honor of swearing her in in City Council Chambers.

Young Charlottesville to Speak Out About Race At #UnmaskingCville

On Thursday, June 21, Virginia Humanities will kick off #UnmaskingCville, a three-day series on anti-racism, led by Charlottesville youth and young adults. The series will include three events held June 21-23 at Piedmont Virginia Community College.

Fence Building Project Improves the Living Conditions of Confined Pets

A Charlottesville area nonprofit is working to help dozens of outdoor pets get off their chains and into safe, comfortable enclosures this summer. The Houses of Wood and Straw Project began its summer fencing project this weekend.

Corey Stewart, Virginia Senate Nominee, Evokes Trump on Racial Issues

Mr. Stewart, a Minnesota transplant who has defended the Confederacy and praised white nationalists, has seized opportunities to gain media attention, especially with harsh remarks about immigrants. Corey Stewart, the Republican candidate for Senate in Virginia, has grown emboldened by President Trump's success and is eager to test his style of campaigning.

City designates three cooling centers for those who want to beat the heat

The Herman Key, Jr., Recreation Center on East Market Street has been desigated as one of Charlottesville's cooling centers. Charlottesville is not waiting for Thursday, which is the unofficial start of summer.

Four Day Summit to Support Aspiring Teachers of Color Begins Sunday

A central Virginia group that advocates for racial diversity in Charlottesville and Albemarle County's teaching staff began a four day summit for its protgs Sunday evening . The African American Teaching Fellows seventh annual summer institute is underway and eight aspiring teachers are in Charlottesville to learn from professionals and perfect their teaching skills.

How Reps. Scalise and Richmond navigate race in politics

Reps. Cedric Richmond and Steve Scalise don't always see eye-to-eye on policy solutions related to issues of race -- or even how to frame those issues in the first place. But their friendship allows them to hash out differences as they search for solutions, they told "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan.

Monticello showcases new exhibits that tell the stories of slave families

Albemarle County's best-known house has spotlighted the largest ever gathering of descendants of its former slaves. A Saturday event at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello also showcased new exhibits that tell the stories of slave Sally Hemings and her children.

Sarah Bingol, Siddhartha Pailla

Sarah Elizabeth Bingol and Siddhartha Pailla were married June 16 at Highland, the former residence of President James Monroe, in Charlottesville, Va. Dave Norris, a former mayor of Charlottesville, officiated, followed by an exchange of vows led by Katie K. McKee, a friend of the couple.

National security expert leads the charge to keep Jews voting Democratic

Halie Soifer says her transition from national security expert to political operative started with a crisis of violence: the deadly neo-Nazi march last summer in Charlottesville, Virginia. Soifer says the march, which culminated in a car-ramming attack on counter-protesters that killed one and injured at least 20, spurred the establishment of the organization she now leads as executive director, the Jewish Democratic Council of America.

Charlottesville judge hands some victories to those suing to keep downtown statues where they are

Charlottesville Circuit Judge Richard Moore has ruled the last City Council does not have immunity in its vote to remove the downtown Confederate statues. In a 9-page letter to attorneys involved in the case, Moore writes City Council voted contrary to state law in choosing to remove the statues, and the individuals are liable for any court costs, attorneys' fees, and/or damages that may be assessed in the actual suit.

How to Eat for Better Sleep

Diet and sleep are the two factors that pretty much dictate your well-being, so it's no wonder that scientists are exploring how they interact. According to Chris Winter, M.D., a sleep specialist in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the author of The Sleep Solution , there is a clear connection between them.

Charlottesville to Host Virginia Women's Employment Summit

In an effort to explore new and exciting career opportunities for women, the City of Charlottesville is hosting the Virginia Women's Employment Summit at Downtown Mall's CitySpace on Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be three hours of fruitful discussion about non-traditional careers, including information technology, construction/skilled trades, and entrepreneurship. Topics will include salary negotiation, positive body language, and sure-fire interview techniques.

City schools celebrate the Charlottesville Twelve

The City School Board paused Thursday evening to salute a dozen pioneers in the desegregation of the Charlottesville public schools. Nine African-American elementary school students and three black high school kids were the Charlottesville Twelve.

The NBPA Top 100 Camp continues at the JPJ this weekend

Some of the best high school basketball players in the country are currently in Charlottesville as they participate in the NBPA Top 100 Camp. UVA Head Basketball Coach Tony Bennett is certainly interested in several of the players, including 6'5" prospect Drake London: Both Drake London, and Zaire Williams will stay in Charlottesville on Monday for a visit with the UVA Coaches.

Expectation vs Reality: Summer Job Edition

You can't wait to get back to Charlottesville in the fall and start it all again! You just gotta survive Walmart first. Yeah, you really miss your pets, and maybe miss your two younger sisters and sorta miss your parents.

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