Across the board, Charlottesville leaders are condemning Saturday night's torchlight demonstration in Lee Park by a group opposed to the removal of Confederate statues.
The Charlottesville Clergy Collective drafted a statement in the wake of demonstrations at Lee Park over the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Monday night, Charlottesville City Council started off its meeting addressing the events of this weekend, including the rallies on Saturday and Sunday evenings, and took up suggestions from the Blue Ribbon Commission.
The Virginia division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans have taken to Facebook to condemn last weekend's torch lit protest against removing the Robert E. Lee statue from downtown Charlottesville.
Charlottesville Albemarle NAACP held a press conference Wednesday to speak out against last weekend’s protests in Lee Park.
A central Virginia farmer's post is going viral right now on social media. Chris Newman, owner of Sylvanaqua Farms in Albemarle County, posted a message about race relations.
Religious groups came together Wednesday to counter a possible Confederate heritage rally in downtown Charlottesville.
Ahead of a city council meeting, Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate Corey Stewart held a rally outside Charlottesville City Hall to denounce council for voting to remove Confederate statues.