Photographer Ézé Amos says its time for #charlottesville to be about the people who live here.
Five years after white supremacists rallied around Charlottesville’s Lee statue, Confederate legacy groups have sued the city in an effort to stop the Swords Into Plowshares project.
An increase in area median income will increase the number of people eligible for housing assistance — but not the amount of assistance available.
“There aren’t many projects of this size of this type that are able to move forward right now,” said Susan Kruse, executive director of Community Climate Collaborative.
“If it weren’t for Premier Circle, I’d be homeless,” said Sunshades, a shelter guest.
The bus service has no plans to move the stop or open a new terminal.
Here are the answers to five of the most common questions we got about our reporting on the city’s declining tree canopy.
But it’s not just about the bikes. They teach people to ride and help them map out safe biking routes. “There are times that we give bikes to people and we’re nervous that they’re not going to have a safe way to get to work,” said Lauren Riegl.
Filmmakers Lorenzo Dickerson and Jordy Yager say we need to understand the history of the destruction of the neighborhood better. “Raised/Razed” premieres Saturday at the Jefferson School and will air on public television in May.
Kyle Ervin at CAT sent this message by text: “All in all, we simply need MORE DRIVERS! We’ll take all the applicants we can get!”