The White Supremacist who plowed into a group of counter-protesters, killing Heather Heyer, during the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville two years ago was sentenced today.

He hails from Ohio and he will be sentenced in Federal court this Friday for the murder of one person and injuring others. James Alex Fields, Junior drove his car into a crowd at the United Right Rally in Charlottesville in 2017. He is scheduled to be sentenced this Friday for nearly 30 federal hate […]


The legacy of violent racism continues as the public school system feared for the safety of students and staff just this week.

  Jury selection is underway for the man accused of killing one person and injuring others at a counter-protest rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. James Fields Jr of Ohio is accused of driving his car into a crowd at the Unite the Right Rally. Heather Heyer was killed during the vehicular incident. Fields is charged with […]


The Department of Veterans Affairs details that the federal government employed private security guards to surveil at least eight Confederate cemeteries.

Charlottesville, VA -An Ohio native accused of driving into a Charlottesville crowd during a rally last year is pleading not guilty to new hate crime charges. Last week James Alex Fields Junior of Ohio was indicted on about 30 hate crimes including one that could land him the death penalty. Prosecutors say he was a […]

Should the monuments be removed or do they have a place in history in our parks and public spaces?

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Several people were injured after fights broke out on the streets during the rally organized by White Nationalists and Neo-Confederates. has released its  “Top Best 100 Places to Live 2014” list. The website ranks quality of life and travel amenities of the country’s small and mid-sized cities.  Richmond ranked 57th, Charlottesville 26th and Newport News 77th. Richmond scored high in healthcare, amenities and education. Palo Alto, California ranked number 1 on the national listing.  Durham, North […]

One of Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell’s twin sons was arrested and charged with public intoxication. His son 21 year old Sean McDonnell was arrested Saturday at 1:19 a.m. according to Charlottesville Police. Sean McDonnell was arrested on foot while walking on Wertland Street near University Corner, which is located across the street from the University of Virginia campus. […]

Today, President Obama will make a stop in Charlottesville, Virginia speaking at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion on his college tour. Virginia is the home of the University of Virginia (UVA). President Obama will discuss the choice for young voters in this election between two fundamentally different visions of how to grow the economy, in part by ensuring that our […]

Conspiracy, Manufacturing or Simple possession of marijuana that is the question: The Charlottesville City Council is supporting a resolution calling on the state to take another look at its policies concerning marijuana. Some members on council are concerned if a broader resolution which defined marijuana possession as a low priority for police would give the wrong […]