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From the newsroom: Charlottesville Tomorrow wins Facebook grant

A partnership between Charlottesville Tomorrow, journalist Jordy Yager, and Vinegar Hill Magazine has received $35,000 from the Facebook Journalism Project’s COVID-19 Local News Relief Fund Grant for a new series, “Determined: Stories of Resilience in a Broken Ecosystem,” that examines the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 on African American communities through the lens of the Social […]

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Charlottesville Tomorrow wins 11 first-place Virginia Press Association awards

The Virginia Press Association on April 30 announced the winners of its 2019 News & Advertising Contest. Charlottesville Tomorrow’s staff won 11 first-place awards. Charlotte Rene Woods, MHJ Media and former staff writer Emily Hays shared a first-place award for their video interview of writer and historian Ibram X. Kendi and Jefferson School African American […]

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From the newsroom: Charlottesville Tomorrow says goodbye to Kate Hidalgo Bellows

With the end of the semester at University of Virginia, Charlottesville Tomorrow once again says goodbye to a talented and hard-working reporter. Kate Hidalgo Bellows, a soon-to-be 2020 UVa graduate, has reported locally for four years as an enterprise reporter for The Cavalier Daily and has worked with Charlottesville Tomorrow as a freelancer this spring […]

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From the Newsroom: A goodbye

Hi! It’s Emily, your faithful real estate and urban planning reporter. I have some personal news to announce: I’m moving to Connecticut to join the staff at another online news nonprofit, the New Haven Independent. The move is good for me professionally, as it’s a chance to learn new skills as a community reporter in a very […]

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From the newsroom: Ukrainian journalists visit Charlottesville Tomorrow

Three journalists from 0629.com.ua, an online news outlet in Mariupol, Ukraine, visited Charlottesville Tomorrow last week. The three-day visit was part of an exchange program organized by non-governmental organization International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) that could result in members of our newsroom visiting Eastern Europe within the next year. Editor Yuliia Sviashchenko and reporters Hanna […]