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Daniel Grimes

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Charlottesville, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Daniel:

Tuesday’s primary shows voter enthusiasm is high in Albemarle County

The primary election shows voter enthusiasm in Albemarle County is high ahead of November's election. → Read More

CRCC distributing kits to help help businesses reopen

The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is now distributing Project Rebound kits to area businesses. → Read More

Women guilty of animal cruelty in connection to dead horses in Orange Co.

A woman is entering guilty pleas after four dead horses were found on a St. Just Road property back in January. → Read More

The Augusta County Fair will be held as scheduled

After months of evaluation, the Augusta County Fair is set to take over the Augusta Expo from July 28-August 1. → Read More

National Air Duct Cleaners Association: you may be under cleaning your air ducts

With many still in quarantine, it is important to check the air quality in your home. → Read More

PVCC announces reopening of tennis courts

Piedmont Virginia Community College announced the reopening of its tennis courts Friday, June 5. The courts are open to the public. → Read More

VSP: Missing Afton teenager believed to be in danger

Search efforts continue around Afton for 14-year-old Azalia Berrian, who was reported missing Thursday, June 4. → Read More

Albemarle Circuit Court again allowing in-person hearings

Albemarle Circuit Court is opening its doors again, but with some changes in places due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Albemarle County Voter Registration Office announces key dates, procedures to vote in June primary

Tuesday is the last day to register to vote if you plan on voting in June’s primary. → Read More

Leesburg-area attorney says seniors should be planning for their future

UVA grad and founder of Legacy Elder Law Center Rory Clark says changes are inevitable, and as a person ages they tend to come up a little bit more rapidly. → Read More

University Tire & Auto Center has lost business, but not laid off a single employee

While University Tire and Auto Center lost more than 70% of business in March, the owner says no one has lost a job. → Read More

CATEC receives thousands in grants from state superintendent

CATEC just received thousands of dollars in grants from the state superintendent to upgrade equipment. → Read More

Gov. Northam extends ban on elective surgeries, closure of DMV offices

Governor Ralph Northam is extending the ban on elective surgeries, as well as the closure of DMV offices. → Read More

Men’s and Boys’ Shop in Charlottesville adapting practices to stay open

The Men's and Boys' Shop is adapting practices and handing out face masks due to COVID-19. → Read More

Carter Myers Automotive has a hotline people can call to receive help

Carter Myers Automotive has made adjustments to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Charlottesville art initiative creates community coloring book

The BRIDGE Progressive Arts Initiative in Charlottesville is offering a new way to color your world. → Read More

Fluvanna County artist loses most of his income

An artist in Fluvanna County has lost the majority of his income due to the pandemic and now his growing family is figuring out how they’ll make their expenses if life continues like this into the fall. → Read More

Albemarle Co. family of six adapting to new routine

The coronavirus has impacted life on every level: schools, businesses, and families have had their routines upended by the pandemic. A family of six in Albemarle County says it is taking things day-by-day. → Read More

ACAC donates thousands of cleaning supplies to hospitals

A local gym is donating thousands of cleaning products to local agencies, and hopes to donate even more. → Read More

Great Harvest Bread Company seeing decline in sales, but still giving back to food banks

The Great Harvest Bread Company’s owner says sales are down, even with curbside pickup and delivery, but she is trying to keep morale up by helping the less fortunate in our community. → Read More