Lead Reporter Jessie Higgins has been promoted to the position of Managing Editor, effective immediately.
Angilee Shah will become Charlottesville Tomorrow’s first Editor-in-Chief on December 1, 2021.
Charlottesville Tomorrow welcomes Courtney Elhart to our team as a 2021-2022 marketing and engagement intern. Courtney is a senior of Albemarle High School, a President of the Film Club, Secretary of National English Honor Society, and Captain of the girl’s varsity swim team. With a passion for storytelling she combines her knowledge of writing, with […]
Longtime Charlottesville Tomorrow Board Member Leigh B. Middleditch Jr. died peacefully at Hospice House Of The Piedmont on October 3, 2021. He was 92. Leigh served as a Charlottesville Tomorrow Board Member from 2008 through 2021.
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.
Aug. 12 is a volatile, traumatizing day in Charlottesville. This year, there were no official local-based commemorations for the life that was lost and the people who were injured on that day in 2017. But a demonstration was held that afternoon related to that Thursday’s Albemarle County School Board meeting. It was attended on the […]
Elliott Robinson, Charlottesville Tomorrow’s first news editor, has announced that he is departing the newsroom on Aug. 27 to become news director at VPM, which is headquartered in Richmond. In August 2018, he arrived at Charlottesville Tomorrow after six years with BH Media (now Lee Enterprises), mostly at The Daily Progress. In the video below, […]
This week, the Charlottesville Inclusive Media project debuted the first episode of its web show, “Black Truths/White Truths.” The show, hosted by Giles Morris, of Charlottesville Tomorrow, and Troy “Razor” Robinson, of In My Humble Opinion radio show, aims to highlight cultural conversations and equity-focused initiatives. The discussions will plainly illuminate how and why Black […]
Last week, The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced Charlottesville Tomorrow as one of 26 recipients who will be receiving funding for audience centered upgrades and improvements of our digital publishing systems. “In combination with the results from our recent audience survey on Charlottesville media, we’re excited to see how improvements to our […]
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