Attorneys for the Chesterfield County man charged with killing Virginia State Police trooper Junius A. Walker believe the defendant’s sanity “will be a significant factor in his defense” and want a clinical psychologist to determine whether h…
Chesterfield County’s budget office is reviewing cost estimates for a bevy of school construction projects after it came to light last month that the first of 10 planned school renovations will cost $3.3 million more than expected.
Attorneys for the Chesterfield County man charged with killing Virginia State Police trooper Junius A. Walker believe the defendant’s sanity “will be a significant factor in his defense” and want a clinical psychologist to determine whether he was...
Over the past three years, Chesterfield has seen teacher turnover increase from 7.3 % to 9.8 %, according to data provided by the school district. In Henrico and Hanover counties, school districts report year-over-year decreases.
Police have arrested a resident of an extended-stay hotel in Midlothian who they said intentionally ignited an accelerant to start a fire inside his room, triggering an explosion that blew out a window and its frame.
Former Midlothian day care operator Laurie Underwood physically neglected and inadequately supervised a 1-year-old child who died in her care during an Oct. 21 accidental fire at her home, state authorities have concluded.
Three teenagers are being held at the Chesterfield County Juvenile Detention Home after they broke into a county school over the weekend, causing between $20,000 and $50,000 worth of damage, according to police.
A Hopewell woman was sentenced to serve eight months in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to conspiring to distribute oxycodone in a drug ring operation that obtained 25,000 pills through forged prescriptions.
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