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'Hidden gem': Could Scottsville be county's new hotspot?
Published on Sep 19th, 2013
26 comments About a year ago, Scottsville Council member Dan Gritsko went for a walk through the woods just outside of town, part of the 63 acres of land that make up the Van Clief Nature Area. Eventually, he...
Something's brewing: Scottsville gets java and books
Published on Jun 26th, 2013
0 comments There are plenty of reasons to love Scottsville, not least of which is its proximity to the James River and its quaint downtown that harks back to a simpler time. But the sleepy riverside town is...
Spotlight on Scottsville
Published on Apr 11th, 2013
0 comments Area: ScottsvillePrice Range:  $32,225-$4,250,000Schools:  Scottsville, Walton, MonticelloPros:  relaxed atmosphere, outdoor recreation, proximity to James RiverCons:  commute to...
Two new eateries in Scottsville
Published on Jan 18th, 2011
12 comments Amici's will join A Slice of Heaven as Scottsville's newest restaurants. PHOTO FROM AMICI FACEBOOK PAGE Out Scottsville way there's been a changing of the guard on Valley Street, as A Slice of...
Hatton farewell? End looms for America's last poled ferry
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
16 comments "It's a serene, beautiful place," says Hatton Ferry pole man Ashley Pillar. FILE PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER For nearly 140 years the Hatton Ferry has been taking passengers across the James River near...
Historical Society hit with Hatton tab
Published on Jul 12th, 2009
5 comments The Albemarle Supervisors agreed to fund up to $9,300 to keep the VDOT-chopped Hatton Ferry running for the rest of this season, but apparently the the burden will really land on the Albemarle...
Pig mascot missing in Scottsville
Published on Jun 30th, 2009
6 comments Scottsville has a case of porcine pilfering on its hands. According to the Newsplex, Wilber, the 18" pig mascot outside Pee Wee's Pit Barbecue has gone missing. He was last seen on Sunday, June 28....
Bye, Bye Bocce: New Scottsville spots evoke Ms and mmms
Published on Feb 17th, 2005
0 comments Winter is generally a quiet time for restaurants. But big spring-like changes are already well under way in Scottsville, as not one but two new eateries prepare to open on Valley Street. Fans of...
River city: Scottsville's awash... in cash
Published on Jan 9th, 2003
0 comments It's Friday night in Scottsville. As a small crowd gathers at the Dew Drop Inn to cheer on a local band, one bar patron proudly announces her connection to the musicians. "They rehearse in my...
Detoured: Bikers to skip Scottsville after narrow vote
Published on Aug 22nd, 2002
0 comments Three hundred bikers poised to descend upon Scottsville next June may be peeling off in a different direction. The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation ignited a furor in Scottsville last month when it...
"We aren't a biker town": Charitable event divides Scottsville
Published on Aug 8th, 2002
0 comments The Hell's Angels want to remake The Wild One in Scottsville. At least that's how it seems to some of the town's residents. Bikers have big plans to converge on the small southern Albemarle river...
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