Former Charlottesville City Manager Tarron Richardson has filed a federal lawsuit against City Council as well as Mayor Nikuyah Walker, counci…
In a historic move, the Charlottesville City Council on Monday night voted unanimously to approve the revised Comprehensive Plan and Future La…
Former Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney has filed a discrimination complaint against the city with the U.S. Equal Employment Oppo…
Marc Woolley, who will be Charlottesville’s interim city manager for a $205,000 yearly salary, spent part of a special meeting of City Council…
“It really feels good that what we've been saying and sharing with the residents of Charlottesville for the last 18 months have been kind of validated thus far,” Wade said as he was leading the voting for City Council.
Charlottesville is less than a week away from meeting its new City Council. Two Democrats and an independent are vying for a seat in City Hall.
A proposed residential development on Stribling Avenue is on hold because the city would have to pony up $850,000 to build sidewalks.
City Council will interview candidates for Interim City Manager and Deputy City Manager during a special closed session at 9 a.m. Friday morning.
Bellamy Brown, chairman of the CRB, has been the subject of internal and external criticism since the surprise announcement last month that Chief of Police RaShall Brackney’s employment contract had been terminated.
With its reputation for how it treats its leadership staff, what kind of applicant would want to work in Charlottesville?
City manager Chip Boyles’ resignation brings to four the number of high-level personnel changes in the city in six weeks.
After discussing the idea for more than decade, Charlottesville is another step closer to changing how grades are set up in the schools, a cha…
In a tense meeting Monday, City Council members and City Manager Chip Boyles finally discussed the termination of Police Chief RaShall Brackne…
City Manager Chip Boyles admits he should have talked to City Councilors more about his decision but still refuses to go into detail over his firing of Police Chief RaShall Brackney three weeks ago.
“In hindsight, I would have engaged the City Council more directly in my deliberations and worked in partnership with Chief Brackney to develop an improvement plan. Fact is, I just did not have the luxury of time."
City staff said a 15-cent real estate tax rate increase would be needed to pay for reconfiguration, other capital projects and a $4.5 million increase for the city school division’s operating budget.
A fresh look at “The Problem Woman of Color” graphic is warranted.
In my entire career, I never witnessed a single incident of racism by a Charlottesville police officer. Much to the contrary, I witnessed countless acts of courage, compassion, and selflessness in service without consideration of race.
“Michael [Payne] couldn't bring himself to defend a Black [woman]. Sena [Magill], blindly following whiteness as she has done since January 1, 2020. Heather [Hill] and Lloyd [Snook] have been consistent advocates of white is right, white power and the power of whiteness,” Walker wrote.
Mayor Nikuyah Walker says she is tired of battling racism in Charlottesville. Her decision comes on the heels of the firing of Police Chief RaShall Brackney.
While Mayor Nikuyah Walker apologized for the firing of Police Chief RaShall Brackney, no one else on Council was willing to discuss the termination, even as frustrated citizens demanded answers.
Among those expressing shock and frustration with Brackney’s termination was Mayor Nikuyah Walker, who took to Facebook on Wednesday evening to share her thoughts.