A man who drove into a Chesterfield County home while suffering a seizure, killing a resident inside, will not be charged with a traffic or criminal offense in a freak accident that took the life of William “Bill” Hillsman, authorities said.
CHESTERFIELD — Chesterfield County Public Schools will hold its annual Fine Arts Festival on April 25 and 26. The event features examples of visual and performance arts by students in all of the division’s 63 schools.
Federal requirements to reduce pollution in the Chesapeake Bay appear likely to drain some of the money Chesterfield County leaders were considering spending to beef up public safety in the 2016 budget.
A 16-year-old Petersburg High School student was near his father’s Chesterfield County home looking for his younger brother when he was fatally struck Tuesday night by a hit-and-run driver, police said.
CHESTERFIELD — Cosby High School government teacher Renee Serrao won this year’s Virginia Education Association Award for Teaching Excellence, which goes to someone who recognizes, rewards and promotes excellence in teaching. In her classroom, Ser...
The group is one of three participating in Caravan 43, which is visiting more than 40 American cities. They will meet up in New York City on April 26 for a mass rally to call attention to the plight of the students.
Hailey Lane, a 19-year-old from Midlothian who has inspired a national #Haileystrong social-media campaign in which her family is asking for prayers, had a successful surgery on Tuesday and was taken off of a life-support machine, according to her...
Kedrick D. Moody turned himself in to police and was charged with one count of felony malicious wounding and one count of misdemeanor assault and battery and later released from jail in lieu of $75,000 bond.
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