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Thousands Pack Scott Stadium for 'A Concert for Charlottesville'
On Sunday night, “A Concert for Charlottesville” brought groups of people to Scott Stadium for a night of musical and social harmony.
Charlottesville Activists Declare No Unity Without Justice
Charlottesville activists, University of Virginia students, and other community members rebuke the “Concert for Charlottesville” as a show of false unity.
Update: Victim Killed in Louisa Hit-and-Run Identified
Authorities identified the victim in a fatal hit-and-run as 40-year-old Dawn Marie Meade.
Filmmakers Tell Story of Orange County Public Schools' Integration
Virginia was home to many awful school integration stories, but two people in Orange County have found a different narrative to the integrations of public schools.
Authorities Arrest Man Wanted in Connection to Charlottesville Murder
Authorities in Fluvanna County have apprehended Huissuan Stinnie, the man wanted in connection to a fatal shooting in Charlottesville.
Charity Softball Tournament Held in Memory of Norah June
A charity and memorial softball tournament was held over the weekend of September 23-24 in memory of a girl who died of childhood brain cancer.
VSP Respond to a Fatal Crash in Orange County on Route 522
At 1:11 p.m. Saturday, Virginia State Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Route 522, near Route 611, in Orange County. There is one confirmed fatality.
Martha Jefferson House Celebrates 60th Anniversary
The Martha Jefferson House in Charlottesville is celebrating its 60th anniversary. The board of directors, residents, and staff celebrated the occasion with live music and a champagne toast.
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Charlottesville Residents Prepare for 'A Concert for Charlottesville'
Groups of people lined up early Saturday morning to claim the remaining 3,000 tickets for “A Concert for Charlottesville,” and some even stuck around throughout the day to get a glimpse of what the concert on Sunday will look like.