A Chesterfield County property owner charged with allowing permanent residents to live in a temporary campground without a health permit agreed to four month of random inspections to confirm that all the residents have moved out and not returned.
The owner of a Midlothian home day care where a child died in a fire is appealing her conviction of illegally operating the facility without a state license after pleading guilty to the offense and being sentenced to serve 8 months in jail
A young Chesterfield County man who authorities say wasted an opportunity for redemption after breaking into cars in his neighborhood was given his comeuppance this week when a judge sentenced him to 20 months in state prison for burglary and gran...
The owner of a Midlothian home day care facility where a 1-year-old boy was fatally injured in an accidental fire last fall pleaded guilty Tuesday to illegally operating the business without a required state license.
With most public school students missing their seventh and eighth days since returning from the holiday break, school officials are starting to think about how they’ll make up lost time in the classroom.
Chesterfield’s dream for remaking Ettrick is one step closer to becoming reality now that the county’s Planning Commission has forwarded a Special Area Plan for the village to the Board of Supervisors for final approval.
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