The Charlottesville School Board is working on bad weather make-up days for the next academic year. Most of the board favors a plan that covers five days where there might be no school because of snow, ice or hurricanes. The board favors including a warning to parents that Mother Nature can force changes in the calendar. The board will approve a list of make-up days next month.
Many of Charlottesville's past elected leaders have compared notes with the current City Council.
PVCC expects lower enrollment for the fall semester than it had a year ago.
A three-judge federal panel wants some help with congressional redistricting.