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Local voter guide, plus Virginia Beach gun safety legislation response

Related Articles: 2019 Voter Guide launches with primary races A conversation with millennial City Council and Board of Supervisors candidates Local philanthropist proposes raising a “Bandera Monumental” on edge of Trump Winery This week on WTJU’s Soundboard, Charlotte discusses the June 11 primaries in Charlottesville and Albemarle and what the youngest candidates think they bring […]

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A conversation with millennial City Council and Board of Supervisors candidates

Charlottesville Tomorrow sat down with a Charlottesville City Council candidate and an Albemarle County Board of Supervisors candidate to discuss how the two governments could enhance collaboration and share insights as the youngest candidates in local races. Responses have been edited for clarity Charlotte Rene Woods: Run For Something is an organization that supports new […]

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Charlottesville, Albemarle students strike again for climate change action

Related Article: Charlottesville, Albemarle students rally in support of sustainable climate policy Midday Friday, about 100 students from various Charlottesville and Albemarle County schools marched on the Downtown Mall, ending and beginning at the Freedom of Speech Wall. The march, which was for stating that governments have failed future generations by not cutting emissions and […]

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CBIC honors entrepreneurs, innovators, educators

Aside from recognizing area businesses and educators, the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council on Thursday awarded scholarships and grants to support science, technology education and student entrepreneurship at its 21st annual awards gala. “We want to make sure that everyone knows about the best of the best of what’s happening and encourage more companies to aspire […]