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Zion Baptist Church in Petersburg recently held an essay contest for local students, where they got to directly address the main topic in their lives,... [Read More]
Dinwiddie Animal Swap and Farmers Market kicks off the season... [Read More]
In the fall of 1919, as The Great War was approaching a year since the signing of the armistice, in Richmond Virginia, a statue of... [Read More]
For the past several months, we have heard stories after stories of many caring people in the healthcare profession who performed miracles throughout the pandemic.... [Read More]
Petersburg's Zion Baptist Church called the contest 'Dear Coronavirus' and encouraged the writers to share their true feelings about how the virus affected them, their... [Read More]
Owner says customers sought out comfort during COVID-19, so that is wh the bakery did not shut down... [Read More]
Athletes will see their scholarships honored, no programs will be canceled, not much else is certain... [Read More]
Patience is a delicious virtue... [Read More]
The university claims the proposal to force foreign students taking only virtual classes to go back and bar re-entry is punishing them for doing exactly... [Read More]
Dr. Oliver W. Hill Jr. was considered a leading researcher nationwide on psychological issues among people of color... [Read More]
After its shutdown in April, Fire Station 4 in Walnut Hill is undergoing renovations and repairs that are scheduled to be completed by the end... [Read More]
Tri-City area's congressman says it would be 'most appropriate' to call the post after former Army deputy chief of staff who launched his military career... [Read More]
Full moon or not, it's happening! [Read More]
Matoaca-alum Byron Thweatt is part of the Pirates' recruiting effort that has drawn six commitments from local players in recent years... [Read More]
Since Virginia moved into Phase 3 of reopening on July 1, Petersburg has seen its highest increase in COVID-19 cases during the pandemic.Over the past... [Read More]
The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV) in partnership with the Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation will offer Merit Badge Workshops for scouts... [Read More]
City estimates it will take several weeks to complete the necessary work; rec director says he suspects tagging is being done as a prank and... [Read More]
VDH data shows citizens are not sparing any gathering sites in claiming violations of the state order on face coverings... [Read More]
Appropriations subcommittee calls for no military posts named after Confederate leaders to receive federal dollars unless renaming process is in effect... [Read More]
Many public transportation riders in the city are about to get a much needed improvement to their daily commute.Petersburg Area Transit unveiled seven brand new... [Read More]
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