Crews worked through the day Saturday to remove the “Johnny Reb” Confederate monument from the lawn of the Albemarle County Circuit Courthouse. 3G5A3291 3G5A3092 3G5A3245 3G5A3268 3G5A3055 3G5A3034 3G5A3174 3G5A3299 Credit: Zach Wajsgras/Charlottesville Tomorrow 3G5A3114 Related Articles: Albemarle County votes to remove its Confederate monuments from Court Square County chooses Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation to […]
For Jim Bourn, a man from Brighton, Michigan, experiencing homelessness, Charlottesville is something of a mystery.“I’m lost here,” he said.Every night from March 23 to June 3, though, Bourn had a familiar place to rest his head. He and about 20 others slept in Key Recreation Center, which served as People And Congregations Engaged in […]
Social activities and restaurants were sparsely attended throughout Charlottesville and Albemarle County as the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus loomed. 3G5A9313 Credit: Zack Wajsgras for Charlottesville Tomorrow 3G5A9323 Credit: Zack Wajsgras for Charlottesville Tomorrow 3G5A9307 Credit: Zack Wajsgras for Charlottesville Tomorrow 3G5A9305 Credit: Zack Wajsgras for Charlottesville Tomorrow 3G5A9292 Credit: Zack Wajsgras for Charlottesville Tomorrow […]
Chris Clements, manager, Reid’s Super Save Market “It’s been outrageously crazy. Toilet paper’s flying off the shelf, bleach, hand wipes, hand sanitizer. … Even our suppliers have been having a difficult time as far as some items. We can’t get hand sanitizer in, paper products — they’re being limited as to what comes in. “We’re […]
The Friendship Court Garden was the Urban Agriculture Collective of Charlottesville’s first and largest garden, followed by the one it runs in the South First Street public housing neighborhood. Construction is expected to start in both locations by this summer.