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Sharon Jones’ childhood home no longer exists. It was in an area of Charlottesville called Gospel Hill, which also no...
Proposed court docket would offer treatment programs for...
Increasingly, jails have become asylums. City and county officials are hoping to change that with a new court docket...
Close to home
In the center of Charlottesville is a park. A park that, lately, has seen its fair share of blood and spit, pepper...
Neo-Nazis and affordable housing may not seem directly connected, but in the wake of the white supremacist rally on...
Police Chief Al Thomas is overhauling the department,...
The bass from the DJ speakers outside hadn’t quieted yet, but the second annual Memorial Day cookout in Tonsler Park...
Affordable housing remedies include land purchasing and...
City Council is forging ahead with a multi-pronged attempt to stymie the affordable housing crisis in Charlottesville...
A new type of zoning worries residents
A new form of proposed zoning has some in the city on edge, worried that it could be used to force out poorer...
Sharonda Poindexter-Rose is a 24-year-old single mother who works as a server at a local restaurant. She lives in a...
City receives grant to study race in our criminal justice...
Charlottesville City Council moved a step closer last week to launching the most comprehensive study ever undertaken...
Developing their future
A group of Friendship Court residents is pushing back against redevelopment plans, calling for more inclusion as...
Ten minutes with Sam Morril
Gimme some moe.
The Wild Caldonia Rodeo