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Charlottesville Tomorrow has begun the search for its first Editor-In-Chief. After three years, News Editor Elliott Robinson is moving on to become VPM’s News Director, a big job that is a deserved reward for the work he put into our organization and our community.
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Charlottesville Tomorrow reflects on the physical, mental and policy reverberations of Aug. 12 with Soundboard host Mary Garner McGehee.
On this session of WTJU’s Soundboard, Charlotte and Elliott discuss the article they published about the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board, how it was both prompted by the white supremacist rallies in 2017 and longer tensions and what victory looks like during the board’s first anniversary.
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If Charlottesville Tomorrow intends to become a new kind of local newspaper, we need to stand on our own, question all of our assumptions, and engage our community in the pursuit to do better. We can serve our readers by providing a clear coverage alternative in our areas of focus. More significantl