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Charlottesville Nonprofit Hosts 'Racism and Sexism for White Men' Workshop
The Sum hosted a community workshop Sunday to help people develop increased effectiveness when it comes to handling differences in race, sexual orientation and other scenarios.
Man Wants Confederate Portraits Removed From Louisa County Courtroom for Trial
A man facing a capital murder charge has asked that a portrait of General Robert E. Lee and other Confederate memorabilia be removed from the Louisa County courtroom where his trial will be held.
VSP: Pedestrian Struck, Killed in Crash on Route 29
At 8:36 p.m. Friday, Virginia State Police responded to a crash on Route 29 near Matthew Mill Road.
Woman left after dropping boy off on doorstep of wrong house
Texas investigators say they've identified a 2-year-old boy left on a stranger's doorstep...and the woman who left him there could face charges.
Water Main Replacement Project on Emmet St., Ivy Rd., & Sprigg Ln. starts Monday
Another phase of waterline replacement in Charlottesville's continued effort to modernize the city's water system is scheduled to begin Monday October 22, along Emmet Street, Ivy Road, and Sprigg Lane.
Albemarle County School Board Considers Changing Name of Cale Elementary
The Albemarle County School Board is considering changing the name of Cale Elementary School after racist comments made decades ago by the former Albemarle County superintendent the school is named after came to light.
Westminster Presbyterian Church Hosts Conference for Transgender People
The Center for Innovation in Ministry is holding a conference at Westminster Presbyterian Church to promote safe and caring spaces in church for transgender people.
Anti-Pipeline Advocates Join Forces at Construction Site to Show Disapproval
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is one step closer to becoming a reality after the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality announced a key approval of the pipeline's erosion and sediment control plans.
Charlottesville Ballet Provides Beer Drinkers with Unconventional Entertainment
A Charlottesville brewery added some leaps and twirls to its hops on Saturday evening.