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Isabel Cleary


Charlottesville, VA, United States

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Past articles by Isabel:

Volunteers in Virginia donating ambulances to Ukraine

Dozens of volunteers are hitting the road to help the people of Ukraine. → Read More

Controlled burn helping native plants in the Ivy Creek Natural Area

Don’t be alarmed if you see smoke coming from the Ivy Creek Natural Area Monday, March 6. It’s all part of a planned prescribed burn to help care for the native plants. → Read More

Rep. Spanberger pushing to make student loan process more transparent

7th District Representative Abigail Spanberger (D) says she is working to make the federal loan process more transparent. → Read More

City says CHP has a new plan to deal with rat infestation at Charlottesville apartments

Charlottesville says there is a new plan in place to deal with the rat infestation at Greenstone on 5th apartments, and so far, it appears that it is being followed. → Read More

Police say man who pointed gun at officers in area of Route 250 Bypass is dead

The Charlottesville Police Department says an armed man is dead after pointing a gun at officers in the area of Route 250 Bypass and Hydraulic Road Tuesday, February 28. → Read More

Charlottesville and apartment managers inspect rat infestation at Greenstone on 5th

On Wednesday, February 22, Charlottesville’s Neighborhood Development Services and Greenstone on 5th property managers stopped by to check on an issue that one family says is causing unhealthy living conditions. → Read More

Police investigating shooting along Page Street, one person injured

Charlottesville police are investigating a shooting in the 10th & Page neighborhood. → Read More

Home sales slow in Charlottesville area

It’s a slow start for the housing market in Charlottesville and Albemarle County. → Read More

Travelers can now fly nonstop to Orlando from Charlottesville Albemarle Airport

The Charlottesville Albemarle Airport (CHO) is welcoming Avelo, and also offering nonstop flights to Orlando. → Read More

Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry seeing higher demand as emergency SNAP benefits end

Food pantries in the Charlottesville area say they’re seeing an increase in demand since the start of 2023 and as emergency SNAP benefits come to an end. → Read More

Charlottesville family frustrated with ‘rat infestation’ in apartment building

A Charlottesville apartment building has a problem with rats. → Read More

Attorney General Miyares calls for more transparency with Virginia’s Parole Board

Virginia’s Attorney General, Jason Miyares (R), is pushing to make the Parole Board release process more victim-centric. → Read More

Projects continue to work to broaden broadband access in Louisa, Orange counties

Projects are working to expand broadband access to people across Louisa and Orange counties. → Read More

UVA and VDOC partner to prepare incarcerated learners for post-release

The University of Virginia is partnering with the Virginia Department of Corrections to give incarcerated Virginians a second chance after release. → Read More

Charlottesville Police have a new canine recruit in training

The Charlottesville police department has expanded its team. → Read More

Charlottesville Police have a new canine recruit in training

The Charlottesville police department has expanded its team. → Read More

UVA Health sees decrease in flu vaccine interest, while Blue Ridge Health District sees increase

Its prime time for flu season and experts say it’s not too late to get the flu shot. → Read More

Charlottesville, Albemarle may have option to raise taxes by 1% to help schools

25th District Senator Creigh Deeds (D) is working to give Albemarle County and Charlottesville residents the option to slightly raise taxes to benefit their own school district. → Read More

Judge to hear arguments over Charlottesville’s Lee statue

The ongoing legal battle over the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is set to be taken up in a Charlottesville courtroom. → Read More

Charlottesville police believe Grove Street victim knew shooter

Charlottesville police believe the victim in the fatal shooting along Grove Street knew the shooter. → Read More