Portions of downtown Charlottesville and the University of Virginia are locked down in preparations for anything that might happen Saturday, August 11.
People and businesses downtown are taking time to honor the victims of last year’s violence on August 12 and spread love about the Downtown Charlottesville area.
The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to the defense of civil liberties, feels taking such extreme measures is putting Charlottesville in a negative light.
While handling other cases and getting acquainted to Charlottesville, Brackney has also been trying to stay one step ahead of the biggest challenge of her career.
The National Park Service has granted Jason Kessler a permit for use of Lafayette Park on August 12 in Washington, D.C.
A permit has been issued in Washington, D.C., for one of three counterdemonstrations scheduled for Sunday, August 12, according to the National Park Service.
With plans to screen and limit people coming to downtown Charlottesville over the weekend of August 11 and 12, several businesses are still deciding whether to stay open or close.
Gov. Northam and Charlottesville have declared states of emergency to address the potential impacts of events in and around Charlottesville and outside of Washington, D.C., on Aug. 10-12.
Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau launched Joined in Strength, a solidarity campaign timed for the anniversary of the deadly white nationalists rally that disrupted the city.
The mother of a woman killed following last year's Unite the Right rally says she does not see many changes in attitude when it comes to Charlottesville’s marginalized communities.
The first signs of defense against the chance of destructive protests are up at UVA, ahead of the upcoming anniversary of the Unite the Right rally.
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler has dropped his lawsuit against the City of Charlottesville.
It is anticipated that people will be participating in demonstration-related activities in the Charlottesville area throughout the weekend of August 10 - 12.
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Eric Kessler will not be holding the August event he had originally planned for downtown Charlottesville.
Legal documents are offering new details on what exactly Jason Eric Kessler plans to do for the upcoming anniversary weekend of his Unite the Right rally.
The city of Charlottesville is informing the community on how it’s preparing for the anniversary of the Unite the Right rally.
Charlottesville City Council prepares to receive a detailed briefing, at the upcoming Council meeting Monday, regarding the city's preparations for the Unite the Right rally one year anniversary.
The clock is ticking as we close in on the one-year anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
New details are emerging about Charlottesville City Hall's plan to deal with whatever may unfold around Emancipation Park on the anniversary of Jason Kessler’s Unite the Right rally.
A federal judge has set a date to hear Jason Kessler's lawsuit against Charlottesville over the denial of a permit to hold a Unite the Right anniversary rally in Emancipation Park on August 11 and 12.
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Eric Kessler has received an initial approval from the National Park Service to host a two-day event in the nation's capital.
Attorneys in an ongoing lawsuit against Jason Kessler and a slew of militia groups are taking some new preemptive measures.
Charlottesville City Hall is denying a permit request from Jason Kessler, the organizer of August's Unite the Right rally, to hold another event.
Jason Kessler, the organizer of the Unite the Right rally, has applied for a permit to hold a 2-day anniversary rally in Charlottesville next August.
The clock is ticking on a pending permit requests from Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler, and Brian Lambert. Both want to hold events at Charlottesville parks on August 12, 2018