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This Week: 3/13

A few years ago, Molly Conger was just your average Charlottesville resident who, to be honest, didn’t pay much...

Sharing activism with your...

In 36 years of moving up and down the mid-Atlantic, I’ve never lived in a city that didn’t carry the weight of a...

Little wonder

Jessica Maslaney remembers trying to navigate the complex maze of child care options before her first child was born....

For the love of the South

As he prepares to step down, the founder of the Southern Environmental Law Center looks back on three decades of...

Telling all the stories

In 2010, Charlene Green, now head of Charlottesville’s Office of Human Rights, was directing the city’s first...

Refresh

New Year’s resolutions losing steam? (Or maybe you didn’t make any to begin with?) As we come to the end of a long,...

Zoned out

In the early 1970s, City Council adopted a plan to turn Grady Avenue into a four-lane road running all the way from...

400 years

Nothing puts a spring in the step of legislators heading to Richmond to do the people’s business like the fact that...

Finding the helpers

Charlottesville resident Jordan McNeish knows the perils of opioid addiction first-hand. Three years ago, he was on...

Inside the opioid epidemic

When the opioid crisis began to unfold, Virginia journalist Beth Macy was at its epicenter. As a beat reporter for...