CHESTERFIELD — The Chesterfield Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Driver’s License presentation ceremony scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday has been moved to Thomas Dale High School. It was originally scheduled to be held at L.C. Bird ...
A stolen van was apparently deliberately crashed into the main entrance of Chesterfield County's L.C. Bird High School early Thursday morning, catching fire and sending smoke through the school, forcing officials to cancel classes.
A proposed medical waste facility on Old Stage Road in Chesterfield County cleared its first bureaucratic hurdle when the county’s Planning Commission recommend approval despite concerns from neighbors.
Chesterfield County School Board Chairwoman Carrie E. Coyner is hosting a symposium on poverty tonight that’ll look at ways of improving education for all children and creating economically integrated neighborhoods.
The Chromebook computers used by every middle schooler in Chesterfield County this school year will remain in their backpacks for the state's Standards of Learning evaluations this spring, replaced by older Windows laptops that can handle the state's testing software.
Tucker the pig counts more as a pet than a farm animal and will be allowed to keep living at his owners' home in Brandermill for at least a year, the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors decided in a unanimous vote Wednesday.
A Chesterfield County judge on Tuesday postponed until March 5 the trial of Carl Adenauer, whose company owns the Roadrunner Campground, but said residents there will have to move out as a condition of the deferral.
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