Two Guatemalans hired by a Pakistani national to kill a well-known member of Richmond’s Muslim community were sentenced to serve 38 years in prison Wednesday in a murder-for-hire plot that netted them about $3,000 each.
In a move expected to boost revitalization in several areas of the county, the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday unanimously approved a policy that lowers a fee developers pay when building homes.
The State Water Control Board unanimously approved a complex and expansive permit Thursday that will allow Dominion Virginia Power to drain millions of gallons of wastewater from the coal ash ponds at its Chesterfield Power Station, the largest fo...
A Chesterfield County man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase that began in Albemarle County and ended in a crash near the Chesterfield-Richmond border has a history of run-ins with police, including a prior eluding conviction and a pe...
A report expected to released today by an environmental research and advocacy group found concentrations of hexavalent chromium, a potential carcinogen, in the public drinking water systems of millions of Americans, including the utilities that serve Richmond, Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico.
Chesterfield County school officials say their decision to outsource custodial services for most of the county’s 62 schools has produced $7.1 million in savings that’s being sent toward classroom instruction.
A Marine stationed at Fort Lee pleaded no contest Thursday to assaulting an Uber driver who nearly passed out on Interstate 95 after the defendant put him in a choke hold while the car was traveling at 65 mph.
A Richmond man who filed a $95 million lawsuit after nearly burning to death in a police Taser shooting pleaded guilty Thursday to drunken driving and eluding police in a 100 mph pursuit that ended with him crashing and being shot with the electri...
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