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Charlottesville, VA, United States

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Past articles by Kasey:

Free virtual hiring event set for Thursday

The Virginia Employment Commission is hoping to help jobseekers get back to work with a free virtual hiring event. → Read More

Virtual ‘Queen City Mischief and Magic’ gets underway

The “virtual” edition of the annual “Queen City Mischief and Magic” festival got underway Friday night. → Read More

Greene County eyes next steps for EMS, water supply plan

The Greene County Board of Supervisors talked emergency medical services and water supply plans Tuesday night. → Read More

Orange County company to host drive-thru job fair Tuesday

Zamma Corporation in Orange is hosting a drive-thru job fair Tuesday, August 18. → Read More

Free hotline helps Virginians struggling with the impact of COVID-19

Mental Health of America Virginia is offering help to those struggling with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Free hotline helps Virginians struggling with the impact of COVID-19

Mental Health of America Virginia is offering help to those struggling with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

State police patrolling during the holiday weekend for Operation CARES

This holiday weekend, as more people are out on the road, Virginia State Police are on extra patrol. Throughout the year, troopers participate in what are known as Operation CARE weekends, or Crash Awareness Reduction Effort on major travel weekends. → Read More

Together We Rise campaign raises thousands for Charlottesville organizations

A new campaign called Together We Rise has raised thousands of dollars to put toward the fight for equality. → Read More

Planners, neighbors discuss future improvements to Charlottesville’s Preston & Grady intersection

Dozens took part in a virtual meeting Tuesday night focusing on future improvements to the Preston Avenue and Grady Avenue intersection in Charlottesville. → Read More

Skipping Rock Beer Company opens Charlottesville location

Skipping Rock Beer Company held the grand opening of its Charlottesville location Friday. → Read More

HCA Virginia offers free health insurance advising for recently unemployed

There is a new resource available for anyone recently unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Albemarle Co. Public Schools shares tentative plans for fall

Albemarle County Public Schools may get off to a later-than-expected start for the fall semester. → Read More

Sen. Tim Kaine vows to fight use of military against peaceful protesters

Tuesday, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine discussed his push for reforms to address systemic racial inequality and justice. → Read More

Cville 360 show shares tax payment updates

As Virginia moves forward with reopening, Charlottesville’s Cville 360 talk show is making some changes, too. → Read More

Albemarle County Service Authority releases water quality reports

The Albemarle County Service Authority (ACSA) just released its water quality reports for 2019, and the news is good. → Read More

COVID-19 student loan relief available for Virginians

Some help is available for student loan borrowers who are not eligible for relief under the federal CARES Act. → Read More

Jefferson Madison Regional Library moves to curbside pick-up

Starting Tuesday, branches of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library will reopen for curbside pick-up. → Read More

Select DMV offices reopen throughout commonwealth

On Monday, select DMV locations opened their doors for the first time in two months. → Read More

Albemarle County apartment complex organizes parade for residents

Staff at The Reserve at Belvedere apartments in Albemarle County spent Thursday evening working to raise residents’ spirits. → Read More

Charlottesville nonprofit seeking donations for seniors

Charlottesville nonprofit Alliance for Interfaith Ministries is in critical need of donations for area seniors. → Read More