Eliza O'Connell

It’s been 150 years since Little Women went on sale, and while the publisher of Louisa May Alcott’s classic didn’t think it would sell well, the novel has been in print ever since.  It’s been translated into dozens of languages, turned into wven films, a musical, an opera and several plays.  This year one Virginia school celebrated the story – finding themes still resonate in the 21st century.

AP Photo / Steve Helber

Four members of a militant white supremacist group from California have been arrested on charges they traveled to Virginia last year to incite a riot and attack counterprotesters at a white supremacist rally that turned deadly, court documents unsealed Tuesday say.

Ashton Erler

The bills are in, and the tally is substantial.  Charlottesville, Albemarle County, the University of Virginia and the state spent more than $4.5 million to provide security for the anniversary of violent summer protests.

FLOW Festival Features Riverside Art

Sep 27, 2018

With all the rain we’ve had in central Virginia, rivers are in their glory, and Charlottesville intends to celebrate with a special art show called Flow. 

Two years ago the United States agreed to resettle 110,000 refugees from parts of the world in crisis.  Now, the Trump Administration wants to cut that number to 30,000 prompting protests from agencies around the country.