WMRA News

The WMRA December drive ended Saturday at 6pm, with over $60,000 raised.

Thank you very much to all who contributed to help us at the end of 2014.

Sefe Emokpae

Charlottesville is known for many things, but one of its most prominent characteristics is its artistic culture.

WMRA Holiday Specials for 2014

Courtesy of the Dominion Pipeline Monitoring Coalition

One group of opponents to the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are taking to the skies.

Kyle Lawrence, courtesy of Friends of Shenandoah Mountain

If you’ve ever been to the top of Reddish Knob, you’re already familiar with the stunning scenery on Shenandoah Mountain.

iPad Air 2

It's the final day of WMRA's December drive, and we discovered that we have one more iPad Air 2 to give to you! Everyone who contributes between 8am and 6pm this evening will be entered into the drawing.

Please give now!

You count on WMRA to help you stay connected to our community, our nation, and the world.

In turn, we count on you to provide the funding that makes it all possible.

Please consider giving monthly.  Your $10, $15 or $20 per month helps sustain this vital service to our community.

As you think back over the year, remember WMRA.

Make a tax-deductible contribution and support another year of stories, conversations and deep analysis.

Wednesday, November 26, power outages knocked our main signal off the air.

Longwood University is in the process of physically moving the WMLU studio to a new location, and as a result, we were off-the-air in Farmville (91.3fm) for most of the morning. At this point our signal has been restored.

Luanne Austin

In June, Dominion Power sent letters to landowners in Augusta County whose property would be in the path of a proposed natural gas pipeline.

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