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Group Calls for City to Pay Fine for Tarps Covering Statues
The legal battle continues over two Confederate statues in a pair of Charlottesville downtown parks. The same group that’s fighting to keep those statues downtown is calling on a judge to force the city to remove the tarps covering them.
Task Force Says Some Officers on Aug. 12. Did Not Know How to Handle Situation
New information is coming out of the task force looking into how Charlottesville prepared for the infamous Unite the Right rally events on August 12.
Charlottesville Filmmakers Provide Local Outlook in Documentary on Unite the Right Rally
Three months to the day after the Unite the Right rally rocked the city of Charlottesville, two local filmmakers are screening a documentary they made about that deadly weekend.
Police Charge Man in Connection to Vandalism in Emancipation Park
Brian Roland Lambert is facing several charges after police say he vandalized fencing in Charlottesville's Emancipation Park.
Group Uses Election Day to Collect Signatures to Recall Charlottesville Councilors
RISE Charlottesville is using Election Day to raise awareness and collected signatures for its campaign to recall all the current members of City Council.
Charlottesville KKK Rally Counterprotesters Due Back in Court in December
Three counterprotesters from the KKK rally that took place in Charlottesville on July 8 will have to wait until December to have their court cases heard.
Update: Charlottesville Judge Extends Injunction on Confederate Statues
Opposing sides in a lawsuit over Charlottesville's statues to two Confederate Army generals will have to wait to see what happens next.
Congressman Garrett Shares Thoughts on What Constitutes Free Speech
Virginia Congressman Tom Garrett is making the rounds throughout the fifth district meeting with constituents. On Tuesday, October 17, he shared his thoughts on what happened in Charlottesville on August 12 from his office in Albemarle County.