Max Marcilla, NBC29

Max Marcilla


Charlottesville, VA, United States

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Past articles by Max:

ACPS board member: ‘We have under-invested in our capital for schools for the past 20 years’

Albemarle County’s public schools are overcrowded, and the temporary fix is just that; temporary. → Read More

Charlottesville jazz musicians raise thousands for Ukraine after benefit concert kicks off campaign

Paulien, a Charlottesville singer who was one of many performers on Monday, described it as a “gigantic jazz jam.” → Read More

Albemarle Co. explores program to help build more affordable housing; asks for concert series ‘DORA’

Albemarle County is moving toward a new plan with an end goal of more newly-built affordable housing. → Read More

Otto Warmbier’s parents return to University of Virginia for first time since son’s death

Thursday marked the first time Otto Warmbier’s parents, Cindy and Fred, came back to UVA grounds since their son’s death. → Read More

Montpelier Descendants Committee pitches candidates for Montpelier board, as tensions continue

Tension between the Montpelier Foundation and the Montpelier Descendants Committee is reaching a critical point. → Read More

Fallen Virginia veteran, identified after being MIA for over 70 years, gets Arlington burial

Truslow was brought to his final resting place by a horse-drawn carriage trailed by dozens of family members. → Read More

Charlottesville City Council holds first in-person meeting since COVID-19 pandemic began

Charlottesville City Council met in person on Monday for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Fridays After Five returns to Charlottesville for full 2022 season

It’s the first of 22 Friday’s After Five and the beginning of what is set to be the first full season for the first time since 2019. → Read More

NBC29′s parent company among 13 media organizations suing Gov. Glenn Youngkin for ‘tip line’ emails

More than a dozen media organizations including NBC29′s parent company Gray Television are suing Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin over documents. → Read More

Charlottesville nonprofit International Neighbors has catalytic converter stolen from bus

International Neighbors uses its bus, named Nellie the Neighborhood Bus, for many things. For two weeks, it was in the shop all thanks to a thief -- or thieves -- who are still unknown. → Read More

Charlottesville faces housing ‘crisis’; new report identifies problems, highlights solutions

Also on Monday, city councilors moved forward with a plan to raise taxes on meals in the city. → Read More

Albemarle County Public Schools to drop masks, testing requirements for staff

COVID-19 rules for Albemarle County Public School staff will be changing after spring break. → Read More

President Biden signs bill named in memory of Lorna Breen, a doctor from Charlottesville

On Friday, President Joe Biden signed the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act into law. → Read More

Orange County’s Booster Park gets a boost from federal dollars

President Joe Biden signed into law a bill that gives over $120,000 to a park in Orange County. → Read More

CABA recommends Areshini Pather for judgeship after public interview process

The Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association has decided a new judge → Read More

UVA Medical Center’s South Tower illuminated in support of Ukraine

The South Tower at UVA Medical Center will be illuminated in blue and yellow this weekend → Read More

Virginia Gov. Youngkin gives speech at UVA Law criticizing Washington politics, and colleges

Governor Glenn Youngkin was in Charlottesville March 4, on the grounds of the University of Virginia. → Read More

Virginia Gov. Youngkin gives speech at UVA Law criticizing Washington politics, and colleges

Governor Glenn Youngkin was in Charlottesville March 4, on the grounds of the University of Virginia. → Read More

Ukrainian business owner in Charlottesville receives support from neighboring organization

As the fighting intensifies in Ukraine, businesses in Charlottesville are rallying to help the Ukrainian people. → Read More

Affordable housing unit for seniors in Charlottesville on verge of renovation project

An affordable housing unit for seniors in Charlottesville is on the verge of getting some much-needed renovations. → Read More