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Aileen Hnatiuk

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Charlottesville, VA, United States

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  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Recent articles by Aileen:

Lance Rogers named new AHS volleyball coach

Lance Rogers has been named Albemarle High School volleyball’s new head coach, but he is not new to this program. → Read More

Waynesboro High School holds small graduation ceremonies throughout the school for class of 2020

Waynesboro High School is celebrating its seniors by having a small ceremonial graduation throughout the school. → Read More

Week-long workshop from Cville 1st Gen underway

A week-long workshop for high school students planning to attend college kicked off Monday, June 15. → Read More

Community rally on racial inequality held in Waynesboro

A community rally was held in Waynesboro on Saturday at Constitutional Park. → Read More

Greer Elementary School ends school year with car parade

Greer Elementary School is celebrating its teachers and students by driving around the entire school district. → Read More

Water Street and 250 Bypass shared use paths open now

It’s national trails day and the city of Charlottesville is celebrating with the addition of two new shared used paths. → Read More

Agnor-Hurt Elementary School hosts ‘gator crawl’

Agnor Hurt Elementary School in Albemarle County is celebrating its students, teachers, and graduates. → Read More

Knight’s Gambit Vineyard takes a stand against racial injustice

Knight’s Gambit Vineyard is taking a stand with the rest of America against racial inequality. → Read More

VSP investigating fatal crash in Page County

Virginia State Police are investigating a three-vehicle accident on Route 340 that left one person dead Tuesday, June 2. → Read More

Lake Monticello hosts parade for Fluvanna County High School graduating class

Over the past few weeks a few cars driving around lake Monticello to make a few smile grew into a parade for the Fluvanna county high school seniors. → Read More

TJHD to offer free COVID-19 testing in Greene Co. May 22

The Thomas Jefferson Health District is offering free testing for the coronavirus in Greene County Friday, May 22. → Read More

Doctors warn kids with COVID-related syndrome need immediate attention

At least 20 states plus Washington, D.C., have reported they are investigating possible cases of the new syndrome. → Read More

The Habitat Store in Charlottesville reopens

The Habitat Store in Charlottesville reopened on Friday with carefully-planned social distancing measures. → Read More

Crozet man creates environmentally friendly delivery service

Brad Diggans teamed up with the Crozet Market in March to deliver groceries. He is now the owner of Nor-Cro, which stands for Northern Crozet, and has four employees. → Read More

SOCA in Staunton plans to have a season

Local youth SOCA league in Staunton is in full preparation to begin season. → Read More

VDH: 24,081 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 839 deaths

Check here for the latest Virginia Department of Health statistics on the status of COVID-19 in Virginia. → Read More

Iron Will Gym plans to open May 15

Phase one of reopening Virginia might begin May 15. That means Iron Will Gym could allow customers to come back inside, but under tight restrictions. → Read More

Signs of support, solidarity pop up across Central Virginia

Signs of support for frontline workers and other community members are popping up all over the place. → Read More

Farm Bell Kitchen alters Mother’s Day plans in wake of COVID-19

Mother’s Day is only one week away and restaurants in Charlottesville are trying to make the best of being together without being too close. → Read More

CAT ridership has decreased immensely

Charlottesville Area Transit says it has seen a 42% decline in ridership. → Read More