Dryden Quigley, NBC29

Dryden Quigley


Charlottesville, VA, United States

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Past articles by Dryden:

Virginia CBD and hemp businesses preparing for uncertain future

A bill on Governor Glenn Youngkin’s desk has small businesses in the CBD and hemp industries uneasy about their futures. If signed into law, there would be heavy restrictions imposed on what can be sold in Virginia. → Read More

Charlottesville’s Reggie Leonard called ‘Virginia Wine Hype Man’

Charlottesville’s Reggie Leonard is at the front of a new generation of wine connoisseurs. → Read More

Piedmont Virginia Community College seeking input on new environmentally-friendly building

Piedmont Virginia Community College is adding an environmentally-friendly building to its campus. → Read More

City councilor, students push for UVA to contribute millions to Charlottesville

The University of Virginia’s status as a nonprofit allows it to escape paying the same kind of property taxes that people and businesses cannot avoid. → Read More

COVID-19 deaths skyrocket in Virginia nursing homes, AARP reports

AARP says new data shows the number of COVID-19 deaths in Virginia nursing homes skyrocketed in January. → Read More

Gordonsville brewery to give portion of proceeds to firefighters

An accident at Patch Brewing Company changed Charlie Anne Xavier’s life forever. Now, the Gordonsville brewery is stepping up to give back to those who helped her. → Read More

Market Street Parking Garage to undergo scheduled maintenance

Market Street Garage is expected to undergo some repairs, but don’t worry, it won’t affect those who park there. → Read More

UVA Health: When to see your doctor about a lingering cough

If you’ve had a cough for up to ten weeks after being sick, that is classified as a lingering cough. → Read More

Crossing guards hope speed cameras stop reckless driving near Charlottesville schools

Three new speed cameras are in the works to help crossing guards keep students safe. → Read More

Charlottesville group researching pediatric vaccine against Lyme disease

Tick season is already upon us, and with it comes Lyme disease. → Read More

Many voice concerns about speeding and roadways in ACPD & VDOT Town Hall

The Albemarle County Police Department held the second of three special town halls in collaboration with VDOT to answer questions on traffic in the county. The more than 30 people that showed up did not hold back when voicing their frustrations. → Read More

Public weighs in on Charlottesville City Council candidates

On Monday night Charlottesville City Council gave the public an opportunity to weigh in on who should be the next city councilor. Only five people gave their input. → Read More

Pilots to the Rescue flying pets to New Hampshire for adoption

A group of rescue dogs and cats from Virginia are taking a flight to New Hampshire in the hopes of getting adopted. → Read More

Jefferson Fund awarding $1.5 million to UVA innovators

The Jefferson Fund announced that it is awarding almost $1.5 million to UVA innovators, the most the fund has ever given out. → Read More

Public Safety Operations Center Coming to Fashion Square Mall

New life for the former JC Penney building at fashion square mall. On Tuesday night, Jan. 24, the Albemarle Planning Commission heard about a proposal to use the vacant space. → Read More

First look at options for the future of Free Bridge Lane

The Pantops Community Advisory Committee takes a look at two possible options for the future of Free Bridge Lane. → Read More

Barboursville Vineyard takes home two golds at the San Francisco Wine Competition

The competition blind taste tests wines from all over the world, including France, Italy, and California. Barboursville’s wine maker Luca Paschina says this is a win for all Virginia vineyards. → Read More

Charlottesville, Albemarle lobbying lawmakers to help renovate schools

Charlottesville and Albemarle County schools are in need of some renovations, which won’t come cheap. They’re asking lawmakers to pass a bill that would finance the changes. → Read More

As Albemarle County property reassessments increase, questions circle around future tax rate

Albemarle County’s property reassessments have increased by an average of 13.5%. Your house is probably worth more, but your tax bill may reflect it. → Read More

Azalea Springs housing plans raise concerns after being narrowly approved by City Council

A new development causing a lot of talk is coming to Charlottesville’s Fry Springs neighborhood. → Read More