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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
Monticello Wine Trail entries clean up at Virginia Governora s Cup competition

The day Monticello Wine Trail Festival tickets go on sale, the Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau points out 60-percent of all the gold medals at this year's Governor's Cup competition went to wines made on that trail. The visitors bureau's Brantley Ussery says gold medals aren't just doled out indiscriminately at this competition.

Albemarle, Charlottesville Drug Program Offering Treatment Over Jail

A drug program is helping people in the greater Charlottesville area stay out of jail and turn their lives around. The Albemarle County,Charlottesville Adult Drug Court gives felons a second chance at life by allowing them to participate in the program instead of serving their jail sentence.

3rd Annual WinterSongs Concert to be Held Feb. 25

Release from Albemarle County Public Schools: Female vocalists from eight schools in Albemarle County, Orange County, and Charlottesville City, and an ensemble from the University of Virginia will join together on Saturday, February 25, to raise money for the Shelter for Help in Emergency. Headlined WinterSongs , this is the third year of the tribute which has raised thousands of dollars to assist victims in need.

Student Complex Eyes Expansion

In the latest case in point, the developer of Campus View Apartments on Reservoir Street wants to expand for the second time in as many years in an effort to attract more students from James Madison University. The off-campus housing complex, which opened with 120 units in 2012-13 and expanded last year to 144, now wants to add another 24 units, bringing the total to 168, Davis Mill LLC partner Guy Blundon said on Thursday.

David Dallas S'79 to keynote March 4 in DC

We are pleased to feature David Dallas S'79 as the keynote speaker at our March 4 celebration in Washington DC. Brother Dallas is a prominent attorney and community leader in Charlottesville, VA.

Trump opponents want face-to-face meeting with Tom Garrett

A coalition that opposes President Trump's agenda wants a Sunday face-to-face event with Congessman Tom Garrett . . A coalition of groups that oppose President Trump's agenda has scheduled a face-to-face town hall meeting with Republican Congressman Tom Garrett.

UVA Gets $2.5 Million to Target Mysteries of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Feb. 23, 2017 Duchenne muscular dystrophy affects 1 in 3,500 boys, stealing their ability to walk by age 12 and typically killing them by their mid-20s. Doctors know what causes the muscle-wasting disease, but, frustratingly, experimental treatments consistently fail.

UVA Women face Louisville tonight on WINA

The Cavalier Women's Basketball team is making a push toward the NCAA tournament, and they face another stern test tonight. They will visit No.

Councilors debate arts coordinator position

The Piedmont Council of the Arts adopted a cultural plan in September 2013 intended in part to foster additional government support for the region's arts community, but the city of Charlottesville is wrestling with its role three and a half years later. "There has been a concern in the community about the lack of coordination between the arts organizations and a lack of a clear vision for the future of arts in our city despite the creation of the PCA's 2013 Create Charlottesville Albemarle Cultural Plan," said City Manager Maurice Jones at Tuesday's City Council meeting.

Suspect in 2016 String of Robberies Near UVA Indicted

A suspect in a series of 2016 armed robberies near University of Virginia grounds is now facing indictments for two alleged incidents. This week a Charlottesville grand jury returned true bills for 18-year-old Pendarvis Marquette Carrington on two counts of robbery, and one count of use of a firearm in a felony.

Charlottesville Police Department Donates Cars to PVCC

Some students at Piedmont Virginia Community College will now have a car to get to work. The Charlottesville Police Department donated four police cars to the college.

Albemarle Co. Man Enters Guilty Pleas in Peeping Tom Case

An Albemarle County man faces deportation after pleading guilty to charges in a series of peeping tom and sex-related crimes in Charlottesville. Wednesday, he pleaded guilty of both breaking and entering and assault and battery.

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Fundraiser for Moran raises more than $4,700

A group of local veteran musicians led by Billy Wayne Dudley and Gene Parker of "Lost & Found," performed during the fundraising event held Saturday afternoon for Butch and Pat Moran. Part of the crowd that turned out for the fundraising event benefiting Butch and Pat Moran are shown at the event held at the Henry Fork Church of the Brethren on Doe Run Road.

Councilors do deeper dive into Landmark Hotel project

The city councilors devoted a large chunk of their Tuesday night meeting to the dilapidated and incomplete Landmark Hotel project. Mayor Mike Signer says the city and its economic development office want to jump start the process.

Stewart campaign gets backing from admirers of Lee statue

These admirers of a Robert E. Lee statue in a downtown park are also backing Corey Stewart's campaign for Governor. A Republican who wants his party's nod for Governor made a campaign stop late Tuesday afternoon at the free speech wall.

MINK: Bellamy's fate should be decided by Charlottesville voters

The ongoing scandal concerning the content of Charlottesville Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy's twitter account has entered a new phase. Earlier this week Jason Kessler , the man who uncovered the tweets that precipitated the scandal, announced he is heading a movement to petition the courts to eject Bellamy from office.

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