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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
Prosecutors To Seek Capital Murder Charge

Prosecutors plan to upgrade the charge against a second suspect in the case of a woman fatally wounded during robbery at her home in late September. Adrian Custer, 20, of Verona, was charged with principal in the second degree to capital murder in connection with the death of 64-year-old Margene Caplinger.

Indiana man sentenced to jail time for punching Charlottesville counterprotester

This undated photo provided by the Jennings County Sheriff's Department in North Vernon, Ind., shows Dennis L. Mothersbaugh. Authorities have arrested Mothersbaugh on an assault and battery warrant for allegedly punching a man and woman who were demonstrating against last month's white nationalist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Charlottesville calls on veteran teacher to engage families

Velvet Coleman taught at Greenbrier Elementary for 16 years before she was hired as a student and family engagement facilitator for Charlottesville City Schools. When Velvet Coleman talks to parents about things they can do to help their children succeed in school, she starts with the obvious: Don't let them be late.

What happened when a Klansman met a black man in Charlottesville

He is not a member of the white supremacist organization. He can't be. Davis is the descendant of slaves.

Alleged driver in 'Unite the Right' rally violence in Charlottesville charged with first-degree murder

The driver accused of barreling a car into a crowd protesting the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia has been charged with first-degree murder. James Alex Fields Jr., 20, appeared in handcuffs and a black-and-white striped jail uniform while during a preliminary hearing in a downtown Charlottesville circuit court Thursday, where a murder charge against him was upgraded from second-degree murder to first-degree murder.

Charlottesville charges now 1st-degree murder

Associated Press Police officers in Virginia block the front of the Charlottesville Circuit Court building ahead of the preliminary hearing for James Fields on Thursday.

Charge Upgraded Against Suspect in Charlottesville Rally Killing

The Dodge Challenger crept up, reversed, then accelerated toward the crowd. As he watched a surveillance video of that moment - the car barreling toward people protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last summer - Marcus Martin grew angry and cursed out loud.

Omarosa's departure highlights lack of White House diversity

With Omarosa Manigault Newman's departure, the White House has lost arguably its most prominent and visible African-American senior staffer, serving as a reminder of the lack of diversity at the upper echelons of the Trump administration.

Driver accused of killing 1 in Charlottesville rally to appear in court

City officials in Charlottesville, Virginia are closing downtown streets Thursday in anticipation of scheduled court hearings for four people charged in relation to the violent "Unite the Right" rally that took place in August. James Alex Fields Jr., the driver accused of barreling a car into a crowd protesting the white nationalist rally, killing a woman and injuring several others, is expected to appear for a preliminary hearing on charges relating to the rally, The Daily Progress, a local Charlottesville newspaper, reported.

Trump adviser Omarosa Manigault resigning, White House says

Omarosa Manigault , the firebrand antagonist from the "The Apprentice"-turned-top Trump administration staffer, officially resigned her post Tuesday as the White House's communications director for the Office of the Public Liaison. Add Trump Administration as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Trump Administration news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

Fenwick: Limit permits to Charlottesville residents

Charlottesville City Councilor Bob Fenwick - getting ready for his last meeting as a councilor - wants to limit special events permits for city parks to just Charlottesville residents. Fenwick took another opportunity on "Morning News with Rick & Jane" to lambast a state report designed to remedy some things that happened here August 12th.

Alex Jones blames George Soros for Trump allegations

Billionaire philanthropist George Soros gets wrongfully blamed for a lot in this world.

Developer presents scaled-back plans for Blackthorne Inn property

The head of the company seeking to transform the Blackthorne Inn just west of Upperville into a boutique hotel and event center met with representatives of state and Fauquier County agencies last week to offer a preview of changes he plans to make when a new proposal is submitted to the county's planning office.

To be Jewish in America

Our country recently saw violent anti-Semitism on display in Charlottesville, Virginia. Nazi flags, Nazi salutes, shouts of "Sieg Heil" and a banner with the words, "Jews are Satan's children" have frightened Jews across the nation.

Mother of woman killed at Charlottesville rally speaks out about hate Read Story Arrianee LeBeau

That was the question posed to a panel of experts at a Racial Equity Community Forum in Virginia Beach. The event was called "The Psychology and Contagion of Hate" and held at the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library.

Liberal groups object to Congressman Garretta s telephone town hall

Indivisible Charlottesville and a coalition of other groups gathered at the Free Speech Wall denouncing Congressman Tom Garrett's telephone town hall tonight saying it's long past-due he holds an in-person, unrestricted meeting. Indivisible C-ville's David Singerman read a letter signed also by Indivisible Nelson County, Fauquier Indivisible, Together C-ville, Indivisible Franklin County, and Madison Huddle calling tonight "a glorified conference call".

Charlottesville Issues Street Closures and Court Information for Dec. 14

On December 14, 2017, the Charlottesville General District Court will hold four preliminary hearings related to the events of August 12, 2017. As a precautionary measure, there will be two limited street closures from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Thursday.

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