by Emily Hays | August 14, 2018
As the anniversary of the Aug. 12 white supremacist rally approached, anti-racist activists added a $50 million bond for affordable housing to their list of demands. The Charlottesville Low-Income Housing Coalition, which includes public housing ...
by Elliott Robinson | August 11, 2018
At 8:30 a.m. Saturday, one year after the torch-lit white nationalist rally at the University of Virginia, most of the vehicles traversing the core of downtown Charlottesville belonged to law enforcement. On the ...
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by Josh Mandell | August 08, 2018
A forecast for thunderstorms on July 23 forced Wildrock to move its weekly Nature Pop-Up Play Program at Greenstone On 5th indoors. Carolyn Schuyler, Wildrock’s executive director, said the local nonprofit is committed to ...
by Emily Hays | August 07, 2018
After several attempts to reach a diverse cross-section of Charlottesville’s population, the city plans to ask community organizations for input on the city’s vision. The Planning Commission will hold a public meeting on ...
by Brielle Entzminger | August 03, 2018
As the first anniversary of the Aug. 11 and 12 white supremacist rally approaches, several Charlottesville organizations are holding events to bring healing to the community. As part of the monthly art event First Fridays ...
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