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January 14, 2018
Some say politeness insignificant compared with need for change Since the deadly Unite the Right rally Aug. 12, locals have come before Charlottesville’s City Council to demand answers about the summer, air their grievances and press for change from their government. Over the past six months, meetings have been ...
September 12, 2017
A nonprofit hired by the city of Charlottesville to rewrite the zoning code for an area south of the Downtown Mall sought to explain the purpose of their work Tuesday to an audience interested in preserving affordable housing in the area. The group told the audience it would work to ...
July 10, 2017
Two days after a rally by the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, more than 40 community members gathered Monday night to discuss how to overcome racism and hatred. The Albemarle-Charlottesville branch of the NAACP held the “Reaction To Hate And Displacement” panel prior to its meeting at ...
February 04, 2016
A shortage of housing options for well-off families in the city of Charlottesville has reduced the supply of homes for people with moderate incomes, according to a report from a national real estate firm. "There’s an undersupply for those people earning over 120 percent of the median income,” said ...
October 21, 2014
An attempt by Charlottesville officials to govern relations between the City Council and members of the public resulted in some angry comments from citizens Monday night. “I find it ludicrous and shocking that several items on this proposal fly in the face of free speech,” said city resident Rebecca Quinn ...