A national network of news organizations highlight Charlottesville Tomorrow’s work connecting with diverse communities
We’ve got some new beats and familiar beats — and we have plans to grow.
In a Q&A with the Institute for Nonprofit News, Giles Morris and Sarad Davenport talk about what’s next for the partnership.
We reached out to some of our former Charlottesville Tomorrow reporters to find out where life has taken them since leaving Charlottesville. This week we hear from Emily Hays.
We reached out to some of our former news team to find out where life has taken them since leaving Charlottesville Tomorrow. This week we hear from Ali Sullivan.
We reached out to some of our former Charlottesville Tomorrow editorial team to find out where life has taken them since leaving Charlottesville. The second update in the series is with our former News Editor Elliott Robinson.
We reached out to a few of our former Charlottesville Tomorrow editorial team to find out what they’re up to now. First up, former Education and Business Reporter Josh Mandell.
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce its Fall 2021 Enriching Communities grant funding decisions, totaling more than $800,000 and supporting 116 nonprofits and community-based initiatives throughout the region. This round of grants is part of the Community Foundation’s discretionary grantmaking program and supports a wide range of activities that keep our communities vibrant and […]
Meta announced this week that 30 newsrooms across the country, including Charlottesville Tomorrow, will participate in the Meta Journalism Project’s US Reader Revenue Accelerators, a global training program aimed at equipping local news publishers with the skills, tools and resources they need to build viable and adaptable businesses. This diverse group of participants vary from […]
Lead Reporter Jessie Higgins has been promoted to the position of Managing Editor, effective immediately.