Annual Manual

Get Involved
Published on Jul 9th, 2014
0 comments Service organizations Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle- Provides free confidential tutoring sessions for adults in literacy and English as a Second Language and is always in need...
Sports/recreation/parks
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments CHARLOTTESVILLE AND ALBEMARLE PARKS CITY PARKS Azalea Park: Azalea Park offers a softball field, two basketball courts, an off-leash dog area, a playground and access to the Rivanna Trails...
Schools and Kids
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments Schools  Albemarle County Schools Charlottesville City Schools Private Schools Regional Schools Adult and Community Enrichment Nearby School Systems Colleges and Universities Public v....
Government/Economy
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments On this page Courts Taxes Jail Voting Charlottesville City Council Albemarle County Supervisors General Assembly State Legislators Congressional Delegation Governor   Charlbemarle city/county...
Culture
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments Artistic touch: no shortage of galleries in Charlottesville Fralin Museum of Art, 155 Rugby Road- Formerly the UVA Art Museum and before that, the Bayly. Fralin is giving his Ashcan School collection...
People to watch
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
21 comments City Kristin Szakos: While professionally she's been a reporter/writer/translator, community organizing has always been close to the vice mayor's heart— she's written two books about it and her...
Real Estate
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments So you’re considering relocating to the Charlottesville area, but just how do you go about figuring out where to settle? North, south, east or west — which one suits you and your family best?...
Tourism and Events
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments Outings From presidential homes to shopping districts, lectures, and historic sites, there's no shortage of things to do in Charlottesville.     Monticello- Charlottesville's top history...
Our Town
Published on Aug 1st, 2013
0 comments The JPA Bridge: After nearly 18 traffic-blocking months of construction, the new bridge opened in September 2012 to cheers from Jefferson Park Avenue residents and businesses that had suffered during...
Friendliest and beefiest local guide arrives
Published on Aug 4th, 2011
14 comments This week's issue of the Hook is the Annual Manual, the most comprehensive and reader-friendly guide to Charlottesville and Central Virginia. By supplanting our regular weekly issue, the publication...