Chesterfield County swung in President-elect Donald Trump’s favor on Election Day, but his historically slim winning margin laid bare the fact that the longtime Republican stronghold is increasingly becoming a battleground in swing state Virginia.
Chesterfield County leaders are backing off many of the proposed revisions to the county’s founding document after facing backlash from some residents who felt the changes handed too much power to the county’s top administrator.
A New Jersey woman was sentenced to 16 months in prison Thursday for her role in a conspiracy to use shell businesses to buy at least $9.5 million worth of Virginia cigarettes and take them to other states for illegal resale.
A former Chowan University football player wanted in the Nov. 11 stabbing death of his estranged girlfriend in Chesterfield County was charged less than two months ago with strangling and battering the woman in a home they shared in Richmond with ...
Pamela Minor-Chiles, 47, of Chesterfield County was sentenced Tuesday to one year and one day in prison for bank fraud stemming from her misappropriation of approximately $200,000 from a medical practice.
Four gang members from North Carolina drove to Virginia to buy marijuana and possibly rob a Chesterfield County man they are accused of killing after drawing the victim out of a storage shed where he was living, according to court papers filed in ...
Former Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney Aubrey M. “Jerry” Davis Jr., whose office prosecuted some of the city’s most shocking crimes in the 1970s and 1980s, died Monday at his Chesterfield County home after a brief battle with cancer. He was 79.
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