On Thursday, we’ll be at the annual meetings of the Association of College & Research Libraries and the Virginia Coalition for Open Government.
Category: From the newsroom
How does local news happen? Here are essays and pieces from the team about how we produce news — and why we need a community to do it.
We’re seeking an hourly administrative assistant to help move our organization forward
You’re organized, detail-oriented and you like working with teams. Apply!
Angilee Shah will be the next CEO of Charlottesville Tomorrow
“Charlottesville Tomorrow has never been in a stronger position than it’s in today,” said outgoing Executive Director Giles Morris.
What does a neighborhoods reporter do, anyway?
Charlottesville Tomorrow reporter Erin O’Hare joined The Journalism Salute podcast to talk about reporting for and being part of a community — and why a public bathroom isn’t always just a bathroom.
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Here’s why we need your help to build local news in 2023.
Video: Charlottesville Tomorrow’s editor-in-chief gives a keynote address at a national news conference
Angilee Shah and Sisi Wei, editor-in-chief of The Markup, spoke to about 500 news leaders at the Independent News Sustainability Summit about how to make a healthy newsroom culture.
Charlottesville Tomorrow’s editor-in-chief will headline summit of national news leaders
Angilee Shah will deliver a keynote address about reimagining newsrooms — and remaking the news. Executive director Giles Morris will also lead a session on building trust and sustainability.
We’re hiring: Cover big stories in local news as a reporter with Charlottesville Tomorrow
We are seeking a reporter who prioritizes what matters to diverse communities and can effectively cover politicians, government officials and others in positions of power.
Charlottesville Tomorrow awarded two-year, $200,000 grant from the Ford Foundation in support of expanding capacity for local news
Charlottesville Tomorrow is joining the individuals and organizations that receive support from the Ford Foundation with the receipt of a two-year, $200,000 grant under the Foundation’s Creativity and Free Expression program.
Our reporters are building community, in and out of the newsroom
Meet Tamica Jean-Charles, local journalist — and also a Charlottesville newcomer who is bringing local people together.