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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
Charlottesville Police want information on 10 people seen at August rally

Charlottesville Police released photos of 10 people as part of an investigation into an assault during the August "Unite the Right" rally near the downtown mall. "[The] department is investigating an assault that occurred on the downtown mall in the area of the 4th Street crossover during the 'Unite the Right' rally held on August 12, 2017," a Charlottesville Police spokesperson said.

Connecting Communities with Trails & Greenways in Charlottesville

Please join the Piedmont Environmental Council and the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission for a community conversation about ways for Charlottesville and Albemarle to develop a bicycle and pedestrian greenway system in the urban core that links together places where people live, work, shop, and play. Speakers Chuck Flink, one of the nation's leading designers of greenway systems, and Max Hepp-Buchanan, director of Bike Walk RVA, will discuss the community benefits of greenways and provide concrete examples of successful approaches.

Northam gives activist Democrats a pep talk

The Democrats' nominee for Governor gave a pep talk Sunday to Charlottesville area party activists. Ralph Northam praised the Democrat he wants to succeed, and mocked the Republicans who control the General Assembly.

As far right rises, LGBTQ gun group hits firing line in NY

Lore McSpadden never touched a gun before the Trigger Warning Queer & Trans Gun Club started this past year. Now McSpadden is among the shooters routinely yelling, "Pull!" and blasting at clay pigeons angling over a mowed field near Rochester.

Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Cliff Hyra visits Charlottesville

Cliff Hyra, the Libertarian candidate in this year's closely-watched race for Virginia governor, visited Charlottesville Thursday to meet with interested voters. With less than three weeks until Election Day, Hyra says he is trying to attract voters with his free-market, small government message.

Perhaps the finest restaurant in Charlottesville

I wanted to review a restaurant of refinement and culture - one that truly embodies fine dining - so I chose to review Sheetz. Many people have preconceived notions of gas station food, but Sheetz differs from a typical gas station.

Jeffrey A. Tucker: An Aesthetic of Liberty

In case you haven't heard, many academic and media observers are on a hunt to discover the origin of the bizarre and violent alt-right marchers and protesters who appeared in Charlottesville, Virginia, shouting genocidal slogans. Every day new stories appear.

Cable news almost silent on neo-Nazis allegedly attempting to murder...

Since white nationalist Richard Spencer's October 19 speech at the University of Florida, there has only been one mention across the three major cable news networks -- CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News -- that three of Spencer's supporters were charged with attempted homicide for allegedly shooting at counterprotesters outside the event. NBCNews.com reported that three of Spencer's apparent neo-Nazi supporters -- Tyler Tenbrink, William Fears, and Colton Fears -- were arrested outside of Spencer's speech, after one of them fired "one shot, which hit a nearby building" after the others in the car urged him "to shoot at the protesters."

Unraveling the Complicated Confederate Legacy, One Strand at a Time

Last Saturday was not the first time Sonya Clark has deconstructed a Confederate Flag. She has performed Unraveling twice before: first, in June 2015 at the now-defunct Mixed Greens gallery in New York City and then at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, in October 2016.

Andrew Scheer's Ties to Rebel Media Are Now Impossible to Deny

But Ezra Levant's online opinion site has attracted particular acrimony thanks to a litany of colossally unwise moves, even by Levant's own admission: one of his most front-facing stars, Faith Goldy, travelled to Charlottesville, Virginia, to report favourably on the alt-right demonstrators and to appear on an avowedly neo-Nazi podcast; several of its big-name acts flew to Israel to make anti-Semitic jokes and call for a crusade redux; and Levant himself tried to offer hush money to some disgruntled workers to shut up and go away. In the eye of the growing chaos was Hamish Marshall, a corporate director of the Rebel and a long-time Levant ally.

Virginia Groups Compete in Annual Cavalcade Marching Band Competition

Fifteen bands battled one another on the Charlottesville High School football field on Saturday, October 21, to showcase their musical talents and bring home a first place title. The event is a long-standing tradition in the Charlottesville music community, where friends and family get to cheer on their favorite musicians while they compete for the top prize.

Judge: Racial profiling lawsuit against Albemarle officer may move forward, but county not liable

Attorneys representing Officer Andrew Holmes and the county recently filed a motion for summary judgment, asking the court to rule that the plaintiffs, Bianca Johnson and Delmar Canada, have no case because there are no facts at issue.

Militia group returns to Charlottesville to defend itself

A militia group has returned to Charlottesville, Virginia, to defend its presence at the Unite the Right rally in August. NBC 29 reported Saturday that the Pennsylvania Light Foot Militia spoke out against legal efforts to ban the group and other organizations from future demonstrations in the city.

Out & About: Filmmaker seeks to give voice to the voiceless

"Since I was young, I spoke out for the underdog, or the person that was being mistreated or bullied," wrote documentary filmmaker Julia Huffman.

DeVos Is Sued By 17 States; Richard Spencer And Colleges; Race and Student Loans

Our weekly roundup of education news and happenings may make you uncomfortable, but please don't ban our inconvenient truths. The classic 1960 novel was pulled from a junior high reading list , according to the Biloxi Sun Herald , because some were made "uncomfortable" by the use of the n-word.

Chapman disagrees with judgea s ruling regarding Veronica Fitzhugh

Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Chapman says he respectfully but vehemently disagrees with a City General District Court Judge's decision regarding Veronica Fitzhugh. Chapman was reacting to the judge's determination that Fitzhugh was not guilty of obstructing free passage on July 8th, the day members of the North Carolina KKK came to Justice Park.

Regional chamber president stepping down next year

The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce announces Tim Hulbert will step down as president next year. Next year will be Hulbert's 17th year as chamber president and he's decided it will be his last.

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