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Published: 2012-06-21T13:10:21-04:00

 



The Dewberry: Landmark hotel sold for $6.25M at auction

2012-06-21T13:10:21-04:00

6/21/12 * The Hook [full story] Waynesboro-born John Dewberry, a starting quarterback for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the mid-1980s, and now a well-known Atlanta-based real estate developer, submitted the winning bid of $6.25 million for the shell of...



Landmark sold at auction; new owner hints at 'European subtlety' in its future design

2012-06-19T08:57:54-04:00

6/19/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] It could be considered a Hail Mary play, but successful Atlanta developer John Dewberry believes his company can make big gains in the Charlottesville hotel industry with Monday’s purchase of the skeletal Landmark...



After delays, Scottsville streetscape project set for second phase

2012-06-18T09:25:06-04:00

6/17/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] A long-running project to beautify downtown Scottsville is entering its second and last stage, town officials said last week. The second phase is expected to cost about $700,000, after it came in about...



Three bidders for Landmark Hotel emerge

2012-06-15T09:22:09-04:00

8/15/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] Three bidders have qualified for the Landmark Hotel property’s auction, which is scheduled to be held Monday morning in U.S. District Court. Richard Maxwell, the attorney for current property owner and CNET co-founder...



Claudius Place: Crozet skybar nears ground breaking

2012-06-14T10:07:07-04:00

6/14/12 * The Hook [full story] While plans for a downtown mall in Crozet may have stalled due to the foreclosure on the J. Bruce Barnes Lumber site, another urban infill project moves closer to construction: Claudius Place, which features...



Paydirt indeed: Panorama wins permission for bigger weddings

2012-06-14T09:59:03-04:00

6/14/12 * The Hook [full story] Couples searching for that perfect wedding spot can add one more full-size contender to their short lists, as Panorama Farms in Earlysville recently won approval for a permit to hold special events for up...



Questioning authority: RWSA chloramine plan stirs water fears

2012-06-14T09:55:22-04:00

6/14/12 * The Hook [full story] Perhaps if the agenda had said, "Addition of strychnine to water supply," the matter might have gotten a lot more attention than it did a year ago when the water authority okayed the addition...



City Human Rights Task Force hears complaints

2012-06-14T09:44:04-04:00

6/14/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] The city of Charlottesville’s Human Rights Task Force has gotten more than 50 discrimination allegations since early March, and it got a few more Wednesday night at its first public forum. William Woodson,...



Shadwell bridge set to reopen Friday

2012-06-14T09:38:21-04:00

6/14/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] The Virginia Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that the Route 250 bridge over the Buckingham Branch Railroad in Shadwell will reopen Friday, three weeks ahead of schedule. The road has been blocked since...



Looking at council's use of time

2012-06-13T09:49:49-04:00

6/13/12 * The Daily Progress Editorial [full story] The topic of Charlottesville City Council’s resolutions continues to resonate. The issue has been a handful of recent resolutions that have nothing to do with city law or policy. They are: »...



Report: Kroger area's top grocer, but local market set for major changes

2012-06-13T09:43:22-04:00

6/13/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] For the second consecutive year, Kroger has maintained a commanding lead as the Charlottesville region’s top grocery retailer by sales, according to an industry trade publication. Ohio-based Kroger, which has three stores in...



Safety improvements to I-64 west topic of forum

2012-06-13T09:33:28-04:00

6/13/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] WAYNESBORO — A mockup video showing a trip down Interstate 64 east from Afton Mountain toward Crozet displayed enhancements that could make the tricky stretch of road safer. The video was one exhibit...



As local land holdings grow, Jim Justice shares plan for string of retreats

2012-06-12T11:47:40-04:00

6/12/12 * Cville Weekly [full story] Jim Justice II doesn’t call central Virginia home, but his footprint in the region is big—and growing. Justice, the CEO of coal outfit James C. Justice Companies who added Wintergreen Resort to his holdings...



HUD funding holdup continues to keep nine out of Crossings

2012-06-12T11:38:11-04:00

6/12/12 * Cville Weekly [full story] On April 10, a dedication ceremony was held for The Crossings, a single-room occupancy, permanent housing facility located at the corner of Fourth Street and Preston Avenue. It was a joyous celebration of the...



In change, councilors could get same benefits as city workers

2012-06-12T11:19:01-04:00

6/12/12 * The Daily Progress [full story] Charlottesville city councilors could soon get the same health benefits offered to city employees who work 40 hours per week. Last week, councilors gave initial approval to an ordinance that would give them...