After hearing from nearly 100 people on Charlottesville’s proposed zoning ordinance Tuesday, Council decides to continue deliberating
Council will host a work session Wednesday to discuss the ordinance — and might vote at the end of it.
City Schools considers the return of sworn police to schools as community members call for greater transparency at meeting on school violence
Charlottesville City Schools presented “immediate and pending” changes coming to Charlottesville High School, such as more private, gender neutral bathrooms and metal detectors.
Heading to Tuesday night’s public hearing on the proposed new zoning code? Watch out for these two last-minute additions
Among them are two zoning districts intended to ease displacement of low-income and longtime residents in certain areas of the city.
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The resulting project is designed to give low income residents jobs, services and affordable housing. And the developer will earn “much less” profit because of it.
Voters didn’t have a say in nearly 75% of local Central Virginia races this year — because there weren’t enough candidates
Folks on the ground say it’s hard to get people to volunteer for unpaid positions subject to long hours, political polarization, and public vitriol.
Charlottesville High students and teachers at their breaking point with fights, lockdowns and adults trespassing on campus
27 of 96 teachers called out because of fights, forcing the high school to close for three days.
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Charlottesville had — and lost — a shelter that social workers say could have helped hundreds of unhoused people off the streets
Had the shelter continued, its homeless service workers are convinced they could move hundreds more people off the streets, including many of those now camped downtown.
Judge called posthumous rape indictment a “mockery of the judicial system. Not as an instrument of justice, but as cause to lynch a man simply because he was Black.”
This year, Charlottesville Tomorrow is expanding its voter guide to more of the counties in the region.
Sarepta Moran was a white elementary school principal during segregation and a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, but her nephew says that doesn’t mean she was racist.
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Listen: Why this photographer wants communities in Charlottesville to say, ‘No, we are not oppressed’
On the In My Humble Opinion podcast, Marley Nichelle says they want Black communities in Charlottesville to feel like they can thrive.
Next on the In My Humble Opinion podcast, India Sims talks about the challenges of doing simple things in a city that won’t change.
Three months into the school year, Albemarle County will have enough school bus drivers to meet students’ needs
In August, the district told families that almost 1,000 students would be left without rides.
The official results might take a while to determine.
Nonprofit, government and real estate experts will sit on a panel hosted by In My Humble Opinion and Vinegar Hill Magazine.
All polling locations remain open, though parts of the county have been evacuated.
Voter Guide: 2 candidates are vying to represent the 59th District in the Virginia House of Delegates
Rachel A. Levy is challenging incumbent candidate Buddy Fowler for the seat.
Voter Guide: There’s one certified candidate seeking to represent the 54th District in the Virginia House of Delegates
Katrina E. Callsen resigned from her position on the Albemarle County School Board to campaign for the House seat.
Pfeiffer did not respond to Charlottesville Tomorrow’s questions about his candidacy.
Voter Guide: There is one certified candidate on the ballot to represent the 10th District in the Virginia Senate
Republican Del. John J. McGuire III did not respond to Charlottesville Tomorrow’s questions.
Neither Republican Del. Nick Freitas nor Democrat Sara Ratcliffe responded to Charlottesville Tomorrow’s questions.
Voter Guide: There is one certified candidate on the ballot to represent the 56th District in the Virginia House of Delegates
Republican Tom Garrett did not respond to Charlottesville Tomorrow’s questions.
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