ETTRICK — Next week marks the deadline for localities in the Tri-Cities area to determine if Petersburg, Colonial Heights or Chesterfield County should be the home of a new Amtrak station serving the area.
Two former Petco employees were fined $150 each Tuesday after a judge found them guilty of misdemeanor animal neglect in the death of a golden retriever who died of heatstroke at a store in Chesterfield County.
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday unanimously endorsed a special area plan for Bon Air, proposing that the county add pedestrian amenities such as sidewalks and bike lanes to the North Chesterfield neighborhood that was est...
A local man accused of conspiring to rob a jeweler to raise money to buy weapons and train for a race war waived his preliminary hearing in federal court Friday and was ordered held because of his prior criminal record and association with the Ary...
Being the Christmas Mother in Powhatan County is different from being the Christmas Mother in Richmond or the Christmas couple in Dinwiddie County, so when a group of the Christmas leaders got together Thursday for the first time in three years, t...
Two local men who authorities say plotted to shoot up or bomb synagogues and black churches waived their preliminary hearings in federal court Thursday, and a judge ordered they remain held because of their ties to a white supremacist group and po...
Henrico County authorities confirmed Tuesday that two more people had been arrested, including the father of a man suspected of engaging in an alleged white supremacist plot to attack churches and synagogues.
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