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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
Free Community Information Sessions in July for Prospective PVCC Students

Piedmont Virginia Community College will host "Getting Started" information sessions in July for prospective students. Information sessions are presented by PVCC Outreach Manager Denise McClanahan and will introduce PVCC's degree and certificate programs, as well as provide information about placement tests, student services and other resources to help students get started at PVCC.

Computers for Kids partners with UVA, engineers a haunted house

The children enrolled in Computers4Kids ' Hauntings Smart House Camp were hard at work, building spooky sound boards and carving headstones from large chunks of foam. A bulletin board covered with drawings leaned against the wall.

Flagging to Take Place on Pepsi Place in Charlottesville for Week

Flagging of traffic on Pepsi Place is scheduled for the week of June 26th -30th for storm sewer work. Traffic will be maintained in both directions.

Tools of Displacement

Surrounded by protesters, Corey Stewart speaks with reporters about his opposition to removing a Robert Lee statue from a Charlottesville, Virginia, park. Last week, Corey Stewart came within a hair's breadth of claiming the Republican nomination for governor of Virginia after having run on a revanchist campaign focused on battling local efforts to rename and remake Confederate monuments and spaces.

Student and teacher reunite after decades

An elementary school teacher may have dozens of students every year, but Barbara Orr was able to recognize one of her former students nearly 60 years after he was in her classroom. "I was sitting out on the lawn and I kept seeing this young man walking around, talking with people," said Orr, recalling the moment she reconnected with Richard Dickerson, who was in her first grade class at the Jefferson Elementary School in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1961.

Charlottesville Parks and Recreation and BAMA Works will Host Sounds of Summer

Charlottesville Parks & Recreation, along with support of BAMA Works, will host "Sounds of Summer" on Saturday, June 24 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Belmont Park. Sounds of Summer is a free community celebration that provides residents and families with a great opportunity to get together and enjoy a Saturday evening of music.

Sexual Assault: What is the Real Cost to Victims and Society?

The Department of Justice says hundreds-of-thousands of sexual assault cases go unreported or are not prosecuted each year. NBC29 looked into the cost of prosecuting these cases for both the victim and society.

Environmental groups say Dominiona s justification for pipeline has a oeeroded.a

A coalition of environmental groups wants a federal agency to hold an evidentiary hearing on the public need for the proposed 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline . If granted, such a hearing could delay a decision on the pipeline, which already is a year behind the schedule originally anticipated for possible construction.

Brown proceeds with second lawsuit against the city

The owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center is proceeding with his second lawsuit against the city. Mark Brown's latest target is City Assessor Jeff Davis.

African American Teaching Fellows Program Starts Fourth Year

It now has 13 fellows that are currently teaching in Charlottesville. During the four day program fellows participate in workshops and seminars to prepare them to be successful in local school systems.

Bama Works Fund Provides Money to 90 Central Virginia Nonprofits

Dozens of nonprofits in central Virginia will have more money in the bank thanks to the Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band. The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation announced Thursday that a little more than half a million dollars will go to local organizations.

Mayor Stoney Announces a Commission on Monument Avenue Statues

Mayor Levar Stoney announces a Commission on Monument Avenue, led by American Civil War Museum CEO Christy Coleman and author Gregg Kimball. Mayor Levar Stoney announced the creation of a Monument Avenue Commission today "to help the city redefine the false narrative" of the Confederate statues that line the wide boulevard.

Chamber Issues Statement "Categorically Opposes" Klan & "Its Message of Hate"

The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce today issued a statement in which the Chamber "categorically opposes" the Ku Klux Klan and "its message of hate, hostility and division;" and "embraces the Charlottesville community : "a thriving community of constructive citizenship, enterprise, justice and opportunity; an inclusive, diverse community alive with joy." We are the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce and we care deeply about our community, our fellow citizens and neighbors.

A Confederate Monument Solution, With Context

A statue of Arthur Ashe, unveiled in 1996, is one of several erected around Richmond that work to balance the city's Confederate memorials If you drive far enough down Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va., past the statues of Confederate leaders General Robert E. Lee and President Jefferson Davis, you'll find a bronze likeness of native son Arthur Ashe, the tennis legend and activist, holding books and a racket. A few miles to the east is the Virginia Civil Rights Memorial, not far from a statue of Abraham Lincoln.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to open next month

Moviegoers in Charlottesville will soon have another theater option, one that serves meals cooked from scratch in auditoriums that boast cutting-edge cinema technology. A spaceship will hang from the lobby's ceiling, and the posters lining the walls will be vintage, sci-fi, and alien themed, from Turkey, Germany, and France.

Charlottesville citizens voice concerns over planned Ku Klux Klan rally

The council also unanimously passed a resolution Monday opposing President Donald Trump's decision on June 1 to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. Charlottesville residents voiced their concerns to the city council Monday about the Ku Klux Klan rally planned for July 8 in the city's recently renamed Emancipation Park, formerly Lee Park.

"The whale drinks the water," and other food for thought from a digital Italian tutor

The school year has come and gone, and yet I still find myself in Charlottesville. The muggy ennui of summer in a deserted college town has set in.

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