COVID-19 & Gas Supply Disruption Updates

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Fall Foliage Update October 30, 2020

October is coming to an end and November begins over the weekend, but that does NOT mean fall is over in Charlottesville & Albemarle County! There’s still plenty of color to be found and this week’s fall foliage update will let you know exactly where to find it. In the city of Charlottesville &…

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Fall Foliage Update – October 22, 2020

October continues to roll along and even though our recent temperatures might not make you think of fall, the leaves certainly will. Color has been coming along nicely over the last week and some areas are nearing or approaching their peak color. Fall foliage is exploding around Charlottesville &…

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Fall Foliage Update: October 15, 2020

It’s hard to believe, but we are already halfway into the month of October – and the foliage in Charlottesville & Albemarle County is really beginning to reflect that! While we have been enjoying delightfully mild afternoons, there’s no denying that fall is in the air once the sun goes down. The…

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Fall Foliage Update: September 30, 2020

Fall is in the air and there’s no better place to enjoy it than in Charlottesville & Albemarle County! This blog post begins our weekly fall foliage update, which will continue until all the leaves have fallen and we begin our transition into winter. Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons in the…

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Fall Preview (2020)

The first day of fall—Tuesday, September 22 nd —is right around the corner. Though peak fall color won’t arrive till mid to late October, the boldest leaves have already begun to change from green to yellow. From the heights of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the banks of the Rivanna River, fall is…

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