C-Ville Weekly sued by plaintiff in the city Confederate monuments lawsuit

C-Ville Weekly sued by plaintiff in the city Confederate monuments lawsuit

C-Ville Weekly has been sued for defamation by one of the plaintiffs in a case trying to stop Charlottesville from moving two Confederate monuments.

June 18th Midday Weather Update

June 18th Midday Weather Update

City Council debates Sacajawea statue and future holidays

Charlottesville City Council discussed the removal of the Lewis, Clark and Sacajawea statue on Main Street, as well as possibly removing celebrating Thomas Jefferson as a city holiday at Monday's meeting.

Local reaction to SCOTUS decision on Virginia gerrymandering

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a new House of Delegates district map.

June 18th Morning Weather Update

June 18th Morning Weather Update

Jefferson School holds annual Juneteenth Celebration

People reflected on the end of slavery during the annual Juneteenth Celebration.

Toscano's service honored during retirement celebration

Delegate David Toscano was honored for his service to the Charlottesville community.

 

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