bill emory

Prohibited signs
Published on Aug 22nd, 2013
0 comments One of my early jobs was stapling placards for “International Productions” in Richmond. There is wisdom in hiring juveniles to do the illegal work. ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo...
Route 29
Published on Jul 25th, 2013
2 comments Somewhere in southwest Virginia ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Published on Jul 11th, 2013
1 comments The true frogs have moist, smooth skin with or without a ridge (dorsolateral fold) extending from the ear drum (tympanum) along the side of the back to the hip or groin area.–Frog and Toad I.D....
Franklin Street
Published on Jul 4th, 2013
0 comments June 22, 2010 the Charlottesville Planning Commission added Franklin Street to the City’s sidewalk priority list. Franklin is one of 12 north/south pedestrian paths across the railroad. These...
Hot doggin' it
Published on Jun 27th, 2013
1 comments Have hot dog suit, will travel. Katelyn Hicks stands by as a 1970 Nova gets a tune-up. ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
After the count
Published on Jun 20th, 2013
0 comments Three days after the election, city council candidate Wes Bellamy— who tied with Bob Fenwick and eventually lost by a handful of votes— converses with media following the count. ~Commentator Bill...
Broken bridge
Published on Jun 13th, 2013
3 comments The eastern sidewalk of the Belmont Bridge may be closed, but crowds still stream across the western side. ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Concrete plans
Published on May 30th, 2013
1 comments A developer from Richmond has applied for a special use permit to locate 102 apartments on the eastern and western edges of the former H.T. Ferron ready mix plant on Carlton Avenue. ~Commentator...
Cardiac t-shirt
Published on May 23rd, 2013
0 comments T-shirt worn on the Downtown Mall, made in Asheville, NC ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Big crane
Published on May 16th, 2013
0 comments Pre-cast stair/elevator shaft on the left is lifted by crane on May 6 at the City Walk site.~~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Spring formal
Published on Apr 25th, 2013
0 comments Whatever that is... ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Stone by Stone
Published on Apr 18th, 2013
0 comments Rashard and Myrle of Masonry Structures repair a 90-year-old wall on the west side of Franklin Street in Woolen Mills. Over the years, the wall has sustained damage from motorized vehicles. ~...
Special election
Published on Apr 11th, 2013
0 comments Democrat Jason Vandever won a special election for Charlottesville treasurer in a landslide Tuesday, defeating independent John Pfaltz 1,280 votes to 397. A total of 1,683 voters hit the polls,...
All eyes
Published on Apr 4th, 2013
4 comments Former neighbor Paul Whitehead, often up to something creative. Moved to San Francisco. ~Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Published on Mar 21st, 2013
0 comments Neighborhood dog by the name of Luce. Commentator Bill Emory puts up a new photo nearly every day at
Snow patrol
Published on Mar 14th, 2013
1 comments Charlottesville Bicycle Pedestrian Coordinator Amanda Poncy out for a morning walk with Buddy, five-year-old tricolor hound on Wednesday, March 6. Coincidentally, Poncy is walking on the 1976...
Cut through
Published on Mar 7th, 2013
4 comments City neighborhood streets are used as an interchange by regional motorists. Getting from point A to point B in the County? Drive local streets through the neighborhoods (in this case Woolen Mills...
C.A.T. Nap
Published on Feb 28th, 2013
1 comments Bus-stop-bench-turned-bed on Saturday, February 23.
Valentine's Day
Published on Feb 21st, 2013
Letter-Photo brought back memories
Published on Feb 21st, 2013
0 comments I was surprised and delighted to see the Black and White photograph by Bill Emory you featured in the February 7 issue of the Hook. It is a picture of my old home place, where I spent the first seven...