Farmers in the Park changing location for this season
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A project to restore turf means a farmers’ market in Charlottesville will be moving for this season. Farmers in the Park usually operates in Meade Park, but there is going to be a turf restoration project to repair and revitalize grass around the perimeter of the park where the market is normally located this year.
UVA Fraternities Suspend Recruitment Activities After Alleged Hazing Leaves Student Injured
University police are investigating "allegations that hazing led to the injury of one student," a spokesperson said
New charges in major federal drug bust
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA -WINA– United States Attorney Christopher R. Kavanaugh announced on February 29, 2024, a second superseding indictment that adds nine charges, including firearms offenses, to the ongoing federal drug trafficking case involving 19 defendants, marking the largest-ever prosecution of its kind in the region. The original indictment, returned...
Charlottesville served with lawsuit seeking voidance of the new zoning code
The City of Charlottesville has been served with a lawsuit seeking the overturning of the city’s new Development Code, which includes the creation of more development rights on almost every single parcel of land. A group of property owners filed a motion in Charlottesville Circuit Court claiming that the...
Albemarle County Police issue 119 tickets Thursday during speed enforcement effort
On Thursday, the Albemarle County Police Department held two speed enforcement initiatives on the U.S. 250 bypass in the area of Fontaine Avenue and in the 2500 block of U.S. 29. These areas of Albemarle County have been identified as high traffic and high crash zones, respectively. Using lidar speed...
VSP renews calls for information into 1996 homicide case
CULPEPER, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- It has now been 28 years since a woman disappeared when traveling between Baltimore, Maryland and Charlottesville, Virginia. The Virginia State Police says investigators are still trying to solve the disappearance and homicide of 25-year-old Alicia Showalter Reynolds. Police say Reynolds was traveling on Route...
Albemarle County grand jury to hear case against Augusta County deputy
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - A judge is denying a motion to dismiss the case against the Waynesboro man charged in connection with a police pursuit in Albemarle County. William Anthony Mikolay appeared in Albemarle General District Court Thursday, February 29. He is charged with assault & battery and malicious wounding.
Early voting still slow in Charlottesville area
Early voting for the Primary Election has been very slow this year, according to the directors of elections for Albemarle and Charlottesville.
Premature Babies at UVA Health Prince William Medical Center Now Have Access to World-Class Neonatal Care
A new telehealth connection between the experts in UVA Health Prince William Medical Center’s 12-bed, Level III neonatal intensive care unit – the county’s only NICU – and UVA Health Children’s experts in Charlottesville will ensure seamless, world-class care for premature babies. “This new connection...
Recognizing the influential women behind Monticello
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- In March of 1801, newly elected president Thomas Jefferson said, “We can no longer say there is nothing new under the sun for this whole chapter of the history of man is new." But what about the women? Well, starting March 1st, Monticello is...
No. 10 Duke Hosts Virginia on Saturday
No. 10 Duke (22-6, 13-4 ACC) remains at home for a weekend clash with Virginia (21-8, 12-6 ACC) on Saturday, March 2. Tipoff is scheduled for 6 p.m., broadcast on ESPN. Kevin Brown and Jon Crispin will call the action on ESPN. David Shumate and John Roth team up for the broadcast on the Blue Devil Sports Network.
Seasonal today, showers tonight
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Early sunshine will give way to increasing cloudiness today. A developing storm to our south will bring showers to the region this evening, with steadier rain tonight. Showers are expected to continue into Saturday morning. By afternoon, breaks in the cloud cover will be possible. Sunday,...
The ACC media is going to complain about Virginia’s 2024-2025 hoops schedule
Cue the complaints from Duke Basketball Report about Virginia’s weak 2024-2025 conference strength of schedule. The ACC announced the 2024-2025 men’s basketball schedule on Thursday, and Virginia is being partnered for home-and-homes with Virginia Tech, Louisville and SMU. The home games for the ‘Hoos next season: Boston College,...
X-factor: Roach's leadership, containing Beekman key for Duke men's basketball against Virginia
In its penultimate home game of the season, Duke men’s basketball will welcome Virginia to Cameron Indoor. The Blue Zone brings you a player from each squad to keep an eye on:. Duke: Jeremy Roach. After a brutal loss against Wake Forest, the Blue Devils came back to Durham...
The coldest February in Albemarle County history—and the warmest
Stacker compiled a list of the warmest and coldest Februaries in each county's history using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.
Albemarle-based company gets patent for potential pharmaceutical drug
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - An Albemarle county-based pharmaceuticals company was awarded a new patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Adial Pharmaceuticals is working on AD04. CEO Cary Claiborne claims the new drug has the potential to treat addictive disorders such as alcohol addiction, opioid-use disorder, gambling, obesity, and other drug dependencies.
Previewing UVA basketball’s matchup with Duke
Coming off a huge road win over BC on Wednesday, Virginia Basketball now travels to Cameroon Indoor to face off against 10th ranked Duke. The Blue Devils are 22-6 (13-4) and one spot ahead of Virginia in the ACC standings. They are coming off an easy win over Louisville. Game...
Gordonsville brewery again raising funds for firefighters
GORDONSVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - A Gordonsville brewery is once again brewing up something special to help give back to local heroes. “It’s going on year two there. They’ve created a beer that they sell for proceeds and they donate $1 per pint to the Gordonsville Volunteer Fire Company,” GVFC President John Chiles said Friday, March 1.
Leap Years are special to these Charlottesville residents
Did someone forward you this email? Maybe you’ve found it on the web? Here’s where you can subscribe for free!. There were stories all over the internet yesterday about all the babies born into a rather exclusive club. Their birthdays are Feb. 29, Leap Day. So, unlike the rest of us, these little ones will have precious few actual birthdays.
3 Incredible Properties Sold This Week Around Charlottesville
In the charming vicinity of Charlottesville, Virginia, three remarkable real estate properties recently changed hands, each boasting unique features and commanding high price tags. Let's delve into the intriguing details of these luxurious properties.