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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
Senator Corker turns down Trump's offer to be ambassador to Australia

U.S. President Donald Trump offered Senator Bob Corker the chance to be the U.S. ambassador to Australia, but the Republican lawmaker, currently chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said on Monday he turned the position down. "At the end of the day, I just felt like it wasn't the right fit and I still had work to do in the Senate," Corker told Reuters in a telephone interview.

3rd man guilty in beating of black man in Charlottesville

EXCLUSIVE: Meghan's father is seen for first time since missing her wedding as he buys a Frappuccino after heart surgery amid family pleas to new Duchess to fly him to UK for Palace visit 'This was as set up and fake as it gets': Outrage over Kendrick Lamar calling up white fan to sing HIS lyrics and then kicking her off stage when she says the N-word Teen, 15, who started Eagle Creek fire and scorched 48,000 acres of forest is ordered to pay 'absurd' $36m - as judge issues him with payment plan REVEALED: Pedophile and Republican fundraiser plotted to make millions out of access to Trump - by charging Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi for turning president against rival Qatar Do you need a break from your partner? Sexologist shares the rules to make time apart successful - and the one mistake that could lead to a permanent split REVEALED: Playboy centerfold model PUSHED her son, 7, to his death ... (more)

Third white supremacist found guilty of beating black man during Charlottesville protest

One at a time, the white supremacists filmed last year battering a black man in a parking garage in Charlottesville, Virginia, are learning that they will be facing significant jail time. Borden, who was filmed beating Harris with a stick - all while wearing a white hard hat that read "Commie Killer" - entered an Alford plea, effectively admitting that enough evidence existed to find him guilty.

Richmond Man Guilty in Crash that Killed Albemarle County Teacher

Twenty-eight-year-old Aaron A. Johnson entered a plea agreement in Charlottesville Circuit Court Monday, May 21. Police had originally charged him with aggravated involuntary manslaughter and driving while intoxicated . Johnson was going over 80 miles-per hour on the night of November 22, 2016, when the Camaro he was driving crashed into a Mazda sedan turning left off Fifth Street Extended onto Harris Road.

The Trump Turnberry logo sits on a flag during the grand opening of...

The Trump Turnberry logo sits on a flag during the grand opening of The King Robert The Bruce Golf Course at Trump Turnberry golf resort, owned by The Trump Organisation Inc., in Turnberry, U.K., on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. less The Trump Turnberry logo sits on a flag during the grand opening of The King Robert The Bruce Golf Course at Trump Turnberry golf resort, owned by The Trump Organisation Inc., in Turnberry, U.K., on Wednesday, ... more WASHINGTON - Last week, President Donald Trump released his personal financial disclosures, giving the public its once-a-year glimpse inside the business he still owns from the Oval Office.

Memorial service will honor police killed in line of duty

Virginia State Police will hold an annual memorial service this week to honor public safety professionals killed in the line of duty. Special recognition will be given during the service to state police personnel who lost their lives in 2017, including two troopers who were killed when their helicopter crashed during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville last year.

Nazis Want Back Into Charlottesville. Who Will Stop Them?

Activists warned Charlottesville last year that the Unite the Right rally could turn violent. Now they're determined to keep neo-Nazis out of their city for the anniversary.

Some new graduates have list of demands for UVA

Three of the newest graduates of the University of Virginia are accusing outgoing President Teresa Sullivan of ignoring the victims of white supremacy. They say UVA waited too long to ban "Unite the Right" organizer Jason Kessler from its facilities.

UVA completes another academic year

The University of Virginia completed another academic year Sunday which ended with its 189th Final Exercises. The featured speaker was Teresa Sullivan, who will wrap up 8 years as President in late July.

Spiritual Music Concert Held at Aldersgate United Methodist Church to Benefit PACEM

Members of one Albemarle County church listened to uplifting music while assisting central Virginia's homeless population Sunday. Aldersgate United Methodist Church hosted a spiritual music concert to benefit PACEM.

Businesses Feeling Positive Impact of UVA Graduation Weekend

As the last day of final exercises wraps up at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville and Albemarle County vendors are feeling a positive impact from the surge of visitors that graduation brought to town. Hotels, restaurants, wineries, and other Charlottesville and Albemarle County attractions got a nice bump in business this weekend thanks to UVA's graduation.

RiverRock Fest continues in the rain; winners annouced

Rainy weather didn't stop locals from participating in the city's annual RiverRock Festival. The following are results from Saturday's competitions: In the Belle Isle Blitz 5k, Emmett Saulnier, of Richmond came in first with a time of 19:54, followed by Alexander Hinton , and Ian Chavis, of Richmond, with 21:52.

Look back at lives of four artists in Hampton exhibit

Charlottesville artist Tim O'Kane may live a couple of hours away, but for more than three decades Hampton Roads has been a showcase for his talent. Time after time his evocative, realist drawings and paintings have snared attention here, including a solo exhibit at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center and a place in the collection of the Chrysler Museum, as well as appearances at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach and the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center in Hampton.

Charlottesville design board approves East High Street office building

The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review has approved plans for a five-story office building that would replace the Tarleton Oak service station on East High Street. "I think there is something really impressive about what you are proposing here," said BAR member Stephen Balut.

Spike Lee hopes 'BlacKkKlansman' is a wake-up call for the Trump era

The doors of the immaculate Renault Talisman limousine are open, the beseeching fans are waiting, as are the photographers at the photo call and the journalists at the press conference, but Spike Lee is not getting out of the car. Not just yet.

Sullivan commends UVA graduates' response to infamous incidents

Fourth year students Caroline Bray , Clara Carlson and Sophie Schectman hold a press conference at the University of Virginia amphitheater regarding student counter protesters who were attacked by a group of white nationalists at the statue of Thomas Jefferson on August 11 of 2017 after final exercises for the graduating class of 2018 on Saturday.

'Shoplifters' wins Palme d'Or, grand prize to Spike Lee

A tumultuous Cannes Film Festival concluded Saturday with the Palme d'Or awarded to Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda's "Shoplifters," a tender portrait of a poor, impoverished family, while Harvey Weinstein accuser Asia Argento vowed justice will come to all sexual predators. At the closing ceremony for the 71st edition of the French Riviera extravaganza, the Cate Blanchett-led jury selected one of the festival's most acclaimed entries, one hailed as a modest masterpiece from a veteran filmmaker renowned for his delicate touch.

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