“Developing this type of housing is never simple and straightforward,” said Julie Anderson, with Virginia Supportive Housing.
Category: Health and safety
These are stories about health care, environmental issues, policing, crime, the stresses of inequities — all the things that make us healthy or unhealthy in expected and unexpected ways.
Why a crossing guard will suggest Charlottesville’s City Council install speed cameras near schools
Substitute crossing guard Adrienne Dent writes that drivers too often go too fast and that it’s time the city takes further action to slow them down.
Judge dismisses former Charlottesville Police Chief Brackney’s racial discrimination suit
“Our advice to the defendants: Don’t go whistling Dixie yet, because we have only just begun to battle,” said Brackney’s attorney Charles Tucker.
City manager hopes to select new police chief by year’s end
Three candidates include the current acting chief and two officers from northern Virginia.
A new podcast series from In My Humble Opinion highlights perspectives from community members
The first episode is about what violence means in our lives, as told by Katrina Spencer.
There are three candidates for Charlottesville’s new police chief — ask them your questions Monday night
The Police Civilian Oversight Board is hosting a candidate forum and taking questions by email or voicemail.
UVA suspected shooter had guns, ammunition in his dorm room
Plus, more headlines from this week from news organizations locally and around the country.
UVA Police locked down campus during Sunday night’s manhunt, but did not alert community members living blocks away
“It’s scary to think that a shooter was loose in my city for so long and I had no idea,” Paige Robinson said. “We’re the same community.”
UVA was locked down for 12 hours before the suspect in a shooting on campus was caught
Three people were killed and two were injured in a shooting on Culbreth Road on Sunday night.
Parents struggle to reach medical providers as respiratory illnesses among area children soar
Kids aren’t masking in schools anymore and respiratory diseases are spreading like never before.