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Charlottesville Tomorrow welcomes new Board Members

Charlottesville Tomorrow announced today the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors, Shantell Bingham and Dr. Christopher Ali. With these newest additions, along with Angilee Shah, William Lewis, and Troy Robinson, who joined the Board earlier this year, Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Leadership Team has added five new Board Members in 2020.  “We’re honored […]

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Georgian and American media outlets, including Charlottesville Tomorrow, work together during COVID-19

Although most international travel is on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgian and American media outlets have continued to work together by taking their partnerships online. Participants of the Georgian Media Partnership Program (GMPP) joined in a series of digital dialogues and virtual partnerships recently to help each other adapt during the crisis. TV stations […]

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From the newsroom: Charlottesville Tomorrow wins Google news grant

On Tuesday, the Google News Initiative announced first round recipients of its Journalism Emergency Relief Fund (JERF).  Charlottesville Tomorrow’s news team was awarded $5,000. In April, Google announced the initiative as a way to support small and medium-sized news organizations producing original journalism for local communities in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Over 12,000 […]

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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 […]