Moriah Davis, NBC29

Moriah Davis

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Charlottesville, VA, United States

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  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
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Recent articles by Moriah:

Cville Plans Together asks for community feedback for affordability and equity

Online survey aims to pinpoint trouble spots throughout the city of Charlottesville. → Read More

UVA releases update for Fall 2020, students and businesses react

The University of Virginia announces plans for students to return to grounds for the fall semester. It's welcome news to students and Charlottesville area businesses → Read More

Protesters in Richmond tear down another Confederate statue

Demonstrators in Richmond tore down another Confederate statue in the city Tuesday night, news outlets reported. → Read More

Albemarle County districts change voting locations due to COVID-19 concerns

Two voting districts in Albemarle County now have a new location where voters will cast their ballots. → Read More

Charlottesville Brooks Family YMCA offering in-person summer camp for kids

The Brook Family YMCA is offering an in-person summer camp to relive stress for parents and get kids out the house. → Read More

Charlottesville area clergy group founds Anti-Racist Organizing Fund

A Charlottesville clergy group has created a new resource to help support those who are fighting for racial justice. → Read More

Charlottesville black-owned businesses thrive in wake of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement

Black-owned businesses double and triple sales due to more community support. → Read More

Staunton-Augusta YMCA employee tests positive for COVID-19

The Staunton-Augusta YMCA is delaying Friday's reopening after a part-time employee tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Officer charged in Floyd’s death held on $1 million bond

A judge Monday set a $1 million bail for the Minneapolis police officer charged with second-degree murder in George Floyd’s death. → Read More

Live music returns to Whiskey Jar on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall

After months of silence, Whiskey Jar hosted Ragged Mountain String Band for a live performance Wednesday night. → Read More

Charlottesville finalizes members of police civilian review board

The group tasked with keeping Charlottesville’s police department accountable could soon be ready to meet. → Read More

Charlottesville businesses participate in Blackout Tuesday to support ‘Black Lives Matter’

Charlottesville area businesses show their support online by posting #BlackoutTuesday → Read More

VDH: 43,611 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 1,370 deaths

Check here for the latest Virginia Department of Health statistics on the status of COVID-19 in Virginia. → Read More

Dermatologist gives some tips on how to avoid skin irritation while wearing masks

Everyone in the state of Virginia is now mandated to wear a mask to help fight the spread of the coronavirus. However, wearing those masks can often cause irritation to the skin, especially wearing them long periods of time. → Read More

Madison County High School celebrates students with drive-thru graduation ceremony

Madison County High School hosted its graduation Friday evening from a packed school parking lot. → Read More

Fiery Atlanta rally among US protests of George Floyd death

There are developments across the United States in connection with the death of George Floyd. → Read More

UVA students react to classes potentially resuming on grounds in the fall

People are expressing mixed feelings about the future of classes at the University of Virginia. → Read More

Albemarle County buffet dishes out hot meals for frontline workers with new program

Wood Grill Buffet feeds workers helping fight the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Charlottesville special education teacher receives bachelor’s degree while overcoming tragic loss

Recent Mary Baldwin University graduate gets degree after going through hardships with losing her 8-year-old son → Read More

VDH: 35,749 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 1,159 deaths

Check here for the latest Virginia Department of Health statistics on the status of COVID-19 in Virginia. → Read More