Mary Chapin Carpenter lives on a Virginia farm just outside of CharlottesvilleCheryl E PrestonNewsBreak Contributor
Men’s Lacrosse: No. 20 Buckeyes drop first game of season against CavaliersThe LanternNewsBreak Contributor
Truck driver found & charged for school bus hit-and-run case in CarolineWatchful EyeNewsBreak Contributor
Virginia-based companies made Forbes' annual list of America’s Best Large EmployersMargaret MinnicksNewsBreak Contributor
Men’s Lacrosse: Ohio State faces biggest test of the season Sunday against No. 3 VirginiaThe LanternNewsBreak Contributor
State police and Charlottesville police presence on Charlton Avenue
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Charlottesville Police Department posted to social media shortly after 9 a.m. Tuesday, February 27, to alert the public of heavy police presence in the 900 block of Charlton Avenue. Virginia State Police and Charlottesville Police Department are executing a search warrant at this time to a...
Task force arrests one in Charlottesville in drug investigation, search of home
The 3A Regional Drug and Gang Task Force searched a Charlottesville home this morning related to a drug investigation and took one person into custody. The search warrant was served at a residence in the 900 block of Charlton Avenue. Shena Bowers, 55, of Charlottesville, was taken into custody without...
Albemarle County Police Department Announces Promotions and Honors Lifesaving Officers
Colonel Sean Reeves, head of the Albemarle County Police Department, announced promotions and awards within the department on Monday, February 26, 2024. Reeves commended the officers for their service and dedication, acknowledging their earned respect from peers, supervisors, and the public.
29Investigates: Albemarle and Charlottesville pedestrian safety
11 pedestrians in Virginia have been killed within the past two weeks, including one man in Albemarle County.
Virginia Festival of the Book Announces Full Schedule
The Virginia Festival of the Book, a program of Virginia Humanities, has been bringing together writers and readers to promote and celebrate books, reading, literacy, and literary culture every March since 1995, making 2024 the 30th annual festival. The festival—which will take place from March 20 to 24 in Charlottesville—has announced the full program for […]
Savor the Flavor: Four Must-Try Pizzas in Charlottesville
This article presents a guide to four must-try pizzas in Charlottesville. Have you had a chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Teens headed to hospital for 'magic mushroom' use
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Calls to poison centers about psilocybin or "magic mushrooms" use among teens and young adults are skyrocketing. Calls for teens have tripled since 2018. There were 152 calls in 2018 and 464 in 2022. UVA researchers say it's because of efforts to decriminalize the drug...
Three Gunfire Incidents in One Week Spark Concern Among Charlottesville Residents
The Charlottesville Police Department (CPD) received three reports of gunfire last week, which raised concerns in the community. One incident resulted in a man being shot in the ankle on the Downtown Mall. He was treated at the UVA Medical Center. The other two incidents did not cause any injuries or damage.
Seeking citizens to fill seats on boards and commissions
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Multiple localities are looking for people to fill seats on area commissions and boards. These include Charlottesville, Nelson County and Fluvanna County. Such boards and commissions can help shape the future of their locality by making recommendations to area leaders, such as the Charlottesville...
CPD investigating multiple shots fired incidents, has seized several firearms
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Charlottesville Police Department has responded to multiple shots fired incidents in the last week. There have been three incidents on South First Street, West Main Street and Stewart Circle since Feb. 22. The police department is investigating each of these incidents, one of which...
Patriot Front Leader Booked on Intimidation Charges Linked to Charlottesville
Thomas Rousseau, founder of the fascist group Patriot Front, has been arrested in Texas on a Virginia warrant for a charge of burning an object with the intent to intimidate.He Infiltrated a Notorious White Nationalist Group. Now, He's Being Sued for Exposing Them The burning object in question is apparently a tiki torch. The case is connected to the 2017 Charlottesville hate rallies, known as Unite the Right, in which white nationalist demonstrators swarmed the University of Virginia campus carrying the torches and shouting Nazi slogans like “blood and soil,” as well as antisemitic chants like “Jews will not replace...
Youngkin has ‘serious concerns’ about both skill game bills; more …
From elsewhere: Blacksburg eyes new plans for affordable housing. UVa announces new Northern Virginia campus. 150-plus Liberty University students remain ill from gastrointestinal sickness outbreak. The post Youngkin has ‘serious concerns’ about both skill game bills; more … appeared first on Cardinal News.
Top-10 In-State Cornerback Chris Spence Commits to Virginia Football
UVA won a key recruiting battle against Florida State, Michigan, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Ole Miss and others for one of the top recruits in Virginia
Clemson Falls to No. 11 in USA TODAY Sports Baseball Coaches Poll; ACC Rivals Virginia and Duke Soar into Top 10
Clemson fell two spots to No. 11 in the new USA TODAY Sports Baseball Coaches Poll released Monday. The Tigers (6-1 overall) dropped two spots from No. 9 in last week’s poll. ACC rivals Virginia and Duke (both 7-0) climbed into the top 10 to jump past Clemson. Virginia moved up two spots to No. 9, while Duke jumped four spots to No. 10 in the poll. The top five remained the same with Wake Forest (6-1) at No. 1 and LSU at No. 2. TCU (7-0), Florida (5-1), and Arkansas rounded out the top five. Oregon State (No. 6),...
Over half of Virginia's 2024 pedestrian crash deaths have happened in the last two weeks
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- In the last 15 days 11 people have been killed in Virginia by being hit by a car. And the experts are saying the best way to stay safe in the road is staying alert and using crosswalks. “If you can cross at a crosswalk,...
One man shot in early Saturday morning Downtown Mall fight
CHARLOTTESVILLE (WINA) – Charlottesville Police are reporting a man shot during a fight early Saturday morning at the Downtown Mall.. and NBC29 says the BUCK Squad was there trying to temper the fight. BUCK Squad’s Bryan Page says they were trying to calm things in the 200 block of West Main when someone walked up and punched someone in the face who had a gun in his hand, and that’s when shots were fired.
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Bitten By the Theater Bug
Theater is in 9th grader Melina Zimet’s blood. “My mom has always loved theater. So when I was really little, she would play recordings of Broadway shows,” she said. “And then we discovered this little group called Black Box Players ….It was an amazing first start and it was super fun.”
Virginia vs. Boston College Game Preview, Score Prediction
Looking to shake off their recent struggles and stabilize their NCAA Tournament hopes, the Cavaliers face a tough challenge on Wednesday night in Chestnut Hill
At $1,500 per year per household, Charlottesville’s rental assistance for seniors and people with disabilities isn’t enough, say city officials
The City of Charlottesville is looking to expand its rental assistance program for seniors and people with disabilities, a program that has been shrinking as the city’s population has become younger and wealthier. During last week’s Tuesday City Council meeting, Commissioner of the Revenue Todd Divers asked Council to...