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 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.
Meet Tamica Jean-Charles, local journalist — and also a Charlottesville newcomer who is bringing local people together.
Five years after the “summer of hate,” we’re telling our community’s own stories.
Our newsroom has grown and changed in the last four years, and now we have a new website to reflect that work.
Charlottesville Tomorrow Editor-in-Chief Angilee Shah talked with Miami Herald Executive Editor Monica Richardson about leading in a pandemic, breaking news and how to build community with journalism.
For almost a decade, Charlottesville Tomorrow has been publishing voter guides. This year, we’re making one built on your questions for congressional candidates.
This year, Charlottesville Tomorrow took home nine awards, including Best in Show for its COVID-19 coverage
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.