The Tribune is a newspaper serving the area's African-American community. The paper was established in 1954 as the Charlottesville-Albemarle Tribune and changed names in 1992.
- Randolph Louis White founded the paper in 1954.
- The Charlottesville-Albemarle Tribune was renamed The Tribune in 1954.<name=locoldtrib/>
- The Tribune ceased publication in 2011.
Former Democratic City Councilor Meredith Richards contributed monthly columns to the paper in 2004 and 2005 to balance the "very conservative Republican views" of Cross-White, who she has known for a long time and who invited her to contribute.
In 2003 Cross-White was sued for $1 million by former advertising representative Rosanna Harris, who alleged Cross-White lied about circulation numbers for the paper. Cross-White called the suit "frivolous" and alleged that Harris stole her car.
- Web. About Charlottesville-Albemarle tribune. (Charlottesville, Va.) 1954-1992, Chronicling America, U.S. Library of Congress, retrieved 5 Dec 2011.
- Web. Yesteryears: Randolph White, Davis Maurer, The Daily Progress, 29 July 2012, retrieved 30 July 2012.
- Web. About The Tribune. (Charlottesville, Va.) 1992-current, Chronicling America, U.S. Library of Congress, retrieved 5 Dec 2011.
- Web. Charlottesville Tribune Articles, Meredith Richards, personal website
- Web. Reflecting the Past: New African-American newspaper dusts off a 70-year mission, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, September 16, 2003, retrieved December 2, 2011. Print. September 16, 2003 , 15.37, .
- Web. Tribune travails: Publisher sued for $1 million, Lisa Provence, The Hook, Better Publications LLC, August 14, 2003