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Chesterfield County News

Chesterfield School Board undecided on 3% raises for all employees

The Chesterfield County School Board grappled Tuesday with Superintendent Marcus J. Newsome’s proposed $600 million budget for the 2016-17 school year.

Tuesday 02/09/2016
Chesterfield School Board undecided on 3% raises for all employees

The Chesterfield County School Board grappled Tuesday with Superintendent Marcus J. Newsome’s proposed $600 million budget for the 2016-17 school year.

Chesterfield Parks and Recreation director retires

Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Director Michael S. Golden announced Tuesday that he will retire effective April 1.

Monday 02/08/2016
Police: Man caught on camera robbing Chesterfield cigarette shop

Chesterfield County police are searching for a man accused of robbing a cigarette shop on Robious Road.

Chesterfield teacher's aide accused of assaulting student

A Chesterfield County teacher's aide has been arrested in connection with an assault on an exceptional education student at Robious Middle School on Feb. 2.

House fire displaces 6 in Chesterfield

Six people were forced from a home in Chesterfield Country early Monday because of a fire caused by unattended cooking.

Saturday 02/06/2016
Christmas Mother programs helped thousands in region

The widely known Richmond Christmas Mother Fund is just one of several Christmas Mother programs across the region assisting those in need over the holidays.

Friday 02/05/2016
Holmberg: Don't blame the judge who let rapist walk free

It’s pretty easy to judge now. Dana William was a sick, nasty, violent piece of human wreckage who had no business walking among us.

Richmond police officer charged in 18-year-old's fatal shooting is released on bond

A judge set bond at $25,000 for a Richmond police officer charged with second-degree murder in the October shooting death of a teen during a off-duty encounter at a Chesterfield County car wash.

Police say threat regarding Manchester HS not credible

Chesterfield County Police said they received the report of a threat regarding Manchester High School on Thursday evening. 

Thursday 02/04/2016
Storm breaks the bank for city's snow removal budget

Officials are still tabulating the cost of the blizzard that dumped snow across the region last month.

Police officer charged with murder in off-duty shooting of 18-year-old at Chesterfield car wash

A Richmond police officer has been indicted on charges of second-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony after shooting an 18-year-old man while off duty in October, according to Chesterfield County police.

Six students involved in fight at Chesterfield's L.C. Bird High School

Six students were involved in a fight at L.C. Bird High School last month, Chesterfield police said Thursday.

Driver charged after semi slams into crashed SUV, overturns on I-95

A driver was charged with driving under the influence of drugs after a crash that caused a tractor-trailer to overturn early Thursday on Interstate 95 in Chesterfield.

Wednesday 02/03/2016
Father's shooting death in car ruled accidental but questions remain

Did the bullet that fatally wounded Nicholas Clavier come from his semiautomatic pistol, which was found on the floor of the family’s SUV after he crashed with the four children on board?

Missing man with dementia found in Chesterfield

Chesterfield police have found a man with dementia who had been missing since Tuesday evening.

Monday 02/01/2016
Driver identified in fatal Chesterfield crash

Kenneth L. Seymour, 45, died early Sunday when his vehicle went off the roadway in the 3900 block of Beulah Road and hit a tree.

Sunday 01/31/2016
Driver killed in single-car accident in Chesterfield

A driver was killed early Sunday after running off the road and hitting a tree, Chesterfield County police said.

Saturday 01/30/2016
Benefit rallies community on behalf of Chesterfield fire survivors

Friends, strangers, colleagues and customers poured into Uptown Alley on Saturday to help server Kaitlin Hunt and other survivors of a devastating house fire that took five lives in Chesterfield County this month.

Friday 01/29/2016
Why, Richmond, Why?!? Who loves the snow and hates it, too?

This week, we’re going to complain about people complaining about snow.

Colonial Heights woman charged with bringing heroin into Chesterfield jail

A Colonial Heights woman has been charged with bringing heroin and drug scales into the Chesterfield County Jail.

Chesterfield changes Feb. holiday to school day to make up for snow days

Monday, Feb. 15 will be a regular school day for Chesterfield County public schools to make up for lost instructional time due to the snow. The day was originally scheduled to be a staff and student holiday.

Thursday 01/28/2016
Chesterfield schools chief's $600M budget proposal gives 3% raises

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After 37 years in Chesterfield County, Administrator Jay Stegmaier is retiring

James J.L. "Jay" Stegmaier told members of the Board of Supervisors Wednesday night and informed department heads this morning.

Chesterfield names new director of Social Services

For most of her teenage years, Kiva Rogers wanted to be a teacher. But when she stumbled over a brochure about social work while in college, her life took a different turn.

Wednesday 01/27/2016
Stormwater program could mean higher fees for Chesterfield residents, businesses

Chesterfield County residents and businesses could soon be asked to help fund the county’s $35 million stormwater utility program that is designed to meet requirements of the federally mandated Chesapeake Bay cleanup plan.

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