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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
Charlottesville releases Aug. 12 police plan to journalists; judge to rule on state police document

On Tuesday, attorneys representing state police and the Office of the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security asked a judge to dismiss the lawsuit brought by freelance reporters Jackson Landers and Natalie Jacobsen.

Longtime diplomat: Tillerson's public firing makes my head explode

Editor's note: Aaron David Miller is a vice president and distinguished scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and author of "The End of Greatness: Why America Can't Have Another Great President." Miller was a Middle East negotiator in Democratic and Republican administrations.

Melania Trump to discuss online harassment with tech giants - CNET

First lady Melania Trump has said she wants to fight back against harassment on the internet. Now, she's meeting with some of the industry's largest players to see what they can do.

Ryan to start as UVA president earlier than first planned

Jim Ryan, who was chosen as the next president of the University of Virginia, spoke on the steps of the Rotunda on Friday following a board of visitors meeting to confirm his hiring.

UVA Doctor Harnesses Virtual Reality as Powerful Teaching Tool

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., March 13, 2018 Physicians, trainees and even laypeople can now experience what it's like inside an operating room as an expert radiologist performs one of the most difficult medical procedures of its kind. Ziv Haskal, MD , of the University of Virginia Health System , has created a dramatic teaching tool using the power of virtual reality.

Democrat drops out of 5th District race, leaving 4 seeking to challenge Rep. Tom Garrett

Gaughan, who received the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House seat in 2014, said an increase in the filing fee for candidates was the main reason he dropped out.

Charlottesville car attack witness sues Alex Jones, others

In this April 17, 2017, file photo, "Infowars" host Alex Jones arrives at the Travis County Courthouse in Austin, Texas. Brennan Gilmore, a former State Department official who became the target of harassment after posting a video showing the car attack during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, is suing right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and others.

Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society Announces New Executive Director

Charlottesville, VA, March 13, 2018 The Board of Directors of the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society, an independent, nonprofit educational organization, today named Charlottesville resident Coy Barefoot as the organization's new Executive Director. Barefoot is a best-selling author, award-winning journalist, historian, and radio and TV host.

Witness to Charlottesville attack sues U.S. media outlets over 'false' stories

A Virginia man sued two media outlets and seven individuals on Tuesday claiming he was defamed by false stories in which he was accused of helping stage unrest last summer in Charlottesville, Virginia, as part of an effort to undermine U.S. President Donald Trump. Brennan Gilmore, 38, said in the lawsuit filed in federal court in Virginia that Alex Jones and his conservative website Infowars published stories that damaged his reputation and led to threats against him, including a letter that contained suspicious powder.

Witness to Charlottesville attack sues US media outlets over 'false' stories

A Virginia man sued two media outlets and seven individuals on Tuesday claiming he was defamed by false stories in which he was accused of helping stage unrest last summer in Charlottesville, Virginia, as part of an effort to undermine U.S. President Donald Trump. Brennan Gilmore, 38, said in the lawsuit filed in federal court in Virginia that Alex Jones and his conservative website Infowars published stories that damaged his reputation and led to threats against him, including a letter that contained suspicious powder.

Richmond Confederate monuments, Mayor Stoney featured on '60 Minutes'

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Conference to focus on Charlottesville area public housing and gentrification

The University is hosting a conference on public housing and gentrification in Charlottesville alongside the Public Housing Association of Residents, the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Low Income Housing Coalition and the Grassroots Humanities Collaboration. The conference - which focuses on addressing the lack of affordable housing Charlottesville - will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 17 at City Space in downtown Charlottesville.

Charlottesville Schools Amp Up Resources for Minority Communities

On Monday, March 12, the NAACP held its regular monthly meeting at Burley Middle School. The guest speaker Superintendent Rosa Atkins talked about programs to help African-American families.

VSP Seeks Public Help with Locating Convicted Sex Offender

The Virginia State Police Sex Offender Investigative Unit is seeking the public's help with locating a convicted sex offender known to the Charlottesville/Fluvanna County region. Based on his conviction in Arkansas, he would be required to register in Virginia as a violent sex offender.

'Alt right' leader Richard Spencer says his rallies aren't 'fun' anymore

'Alt right' leader Richard Spencer says his rallies aren't 'fun' anymore The white nationalist says he is considering suspending his controversial tour amid escalating Antifa violence at his speeches. Check out this story on Protesters clashed with police and supporters of white nationalist Richard Spencer during his visit to Michigan State University in East Lansing on Monday.

Crews Respond to Fire Inside Hardy Drive Home

Crews were called to a home in the 800 block of Hardy Drive around 4:30 p.m. Sunday, March 11.. Firefighters found a pot left on the kitchen stove unattended.

A Virginia community steeped in Civil War lore grapples with a...

Nannie R. Davis, 68, a graduate of Lee-Davis High School, is part of an effort to change the name of the school, which honors Confederate figures. Among the community in Mechanicsville, Va., opponents of the renaming effort regard it as an attempt to rewrite history - one in which they take pride.

Unattended items on a kitchen stove catch fire at Westhaven

The kitchen and living room of an apartment were damaged by a Sunday afternoon fire at the Westhaven public housing complex. Charlottesville firefighters say someone left a pot unattended in the kitchen, and it started a fire that damaged a vent hood and a cabinet above the stove.

The history and future of Confederate monuments

As debate over the takedown of Confederate monuments continues, 60 Minutes examines why and when the statues went up in the first place It's hard to forget the violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia seven months ago when hundreds of white supremacists showed up to protest the proposed removal of a statue of General Robert E. Lee, a Confederate hero of the Civil War. What happened that weekend re-ignited a national debate about what to do with some 700 other Confederate monuments in towns and cities across the country, mostly in the South.

Baltimore renames former Confederate site for Harriet Tubman

The section of a Baltimore park that once hosted a Confederate monument was rededicated on Saturday in honor of famed abolitionist Harriet Tubman. A tree-filled area of Wyman Park Dell, near Johns Hopkins University, was renamed the Harriet Tubman Grove as part of a ceremony marking the 105th year since her death.

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