September 2022 Crozet Gazette

Crozet Gazette September 2022

I noted last month that I finally paid for a Crozet Gazette subscription; with the decimation of local news, we’re lucky to have the Gazette.

A few stories that jumped out at me

If you can, support the Crozet Gazette.

As I wrote in August:

We need journalists. To watch, to be present, to digest, to piece together threads and stories to that we the people can understand what is happening in our community.

Crozet Gazette – August 2022

Crozet Gazette front page - August 2022

Did you know the Daily Progress has only one reporter right now? Sean Tubbs at Charlottesville Community Engagement is providing extraordinary work for the community (please pay to subscribe; if you’re interested, I’ll gift you a subscription – ask me.)

Sean reminded us this week

There’s an entire newspaper devoted to Crozet, and the Crozet Gazette is the best source for information coming out of western Albemarle County. 

For the first time, I just paid for a subscription to the Crozet Gazette. It’s easy, and inexpensive. Now … if they’d go to Planning Commission and Board of Supervisor meetings. 🙂

Don't miss any of the hometown news everybody else is
up on. Pick up a free copy of the Gazette at one of many
area locations or have it delivered to your home. Mail
subscriptions are available for $36 for 12 issues. Send a
check to Crozet Gazette, P.O. Box 863, Crozet, VA 22932.

This August’s issue has, per usual, a ton of good local information.

A few selections (read the whole paper if you can; there’s something rewarding and serendipitous about browsing a newspaper — this looks to be a link to the current version of the paper, so the link will point to whatever is the current version).

We need journalists. To watch, to be present, to digest, to piece together threads and stories to that we the people can understand what is happening in our community.

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