Meet Tamica Jean-Charles, local journalist — and also a Charlottesville newcomer who is bringing local people together.
If someone forwarded you this email, get the next one in your inbox with a free subscription! Friday, Aug. 26, 2022 It was the first day of school this week, and across Charlottesville thousands of students made their way on foot and in cars. There were no more than six buses on the roads at […]
“It’s the birthplace of our democracy,” said Emily Gorcenski. “And if you want to assault the ideals of democracy, you go to where it started. It’s as simple as that.”
A privately-run immigration detention center in Farmville and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has settled a lawsuit that alleges they failed to provide safety and medical care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charlottesville Tomorrow Editor-in-Chief Angilee Shah talked with Miami Herald Executive Editor Monica Richardson about leading in a pandemic, breaking news and how to build community with journalism.
Farmville earns $15,000 and the private company that operates the center earns $2 million per month from the federal government, even though they had a huge COVID-19 outbreak and detainees say that conditions there have been unbearable.
This year, Charlottesville Tomorrow took home nine awards, including Best in Show for its COVID-19 coverage
We’ve got some new beats and familiar beats — and we have plans to grow.
The district’s Thursday clinic at Fashion Square Mall began at 2 p.m. Hundreds of cars circled the parking lot by 2:30 p.m. Those managing traffic and signalling people in couldn’t say how long the lines might get.