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Video: Charlottesville Tomorrow’s editor-in-chief gives a keynote address at a national news conference
Angilee Shah and Sisi Wei, editor-in-chief of The Markup, spoke to about 500 news leaders at the Independent News Sustainability Summit about how to make a healthy newsroom culture.
“What we’re doing is not sustainable,” said Albemarle routing and planning manager Renee DeVall. “If we were fully staffed, we wouldn’t be doing routes like this.”
Why? Politicians and political scientists say it’s about local party politics and money.
UVA Police locked down campus during Sunday night’s manhunt, but did not alert community members living blocks away
“It’s scary to think that a shooter was loose in my city for so long and I had no idea,” Paige Robinson said. “We’re the same community.”
He used to sneak to the back of the library to learn about who he was — now this trans advocate has his own book
Charley Burton didn’t know what “trans” meant until his 50s, and he wants young people to find their voices sooner than he did.
A beauty specialist and advocate says it’s time for Charlottesville to add ‘accessible’ to its historic character.
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When this Charlottesville shelter closes next year, its 100 elderly and seriously ill guests might have nowhere to go
“If it weren’t for Premier Circle, I’d be homeless,” said Sunshades, a shelter guest.
Here’s what you need to know to make informed choices about who represents you.
Plus, more headlines from this week from news organizations locally and around the country.
After the Sunday night shootings at UVA, educational leaders stress resources for mental health.
Three people were killed and two were injured in a shooting on Culbreth Road on Sunday night.
Belmont was also the first neighborhood to see houses flipped and resold at much higher prices, in the early 2000s.
Statement from Dan Gristko, who is running for town council in Scottsville, in Albemarle and Fluvanna counties.
Bill Hyson, who is running for town council in Scottsville, in Albemarle and Fluvanna counties, says an apartment development, maintenance and the budget are the most pressing issues.
Elliott Fox, who is running for town council in the Town of Orange, Orange County, says the water tower and the workforce are key issues.
The 5th District’s up for grabs in Tuesday’s election, but so are mayors and school boards across Central Virginia
Charlottesville Tomorrow visited In My Humble Opinion to talk about the 2022 Voter Guide.
Kids aren’t masking in schools anymore and respiratory diseases are spreading like never before.
“Oh honey! We need them desperately!” said John, who has a medical condition that requires him to be near a bathroom.
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