The Petersburg school system is learning they’ll be $1.9 million dollars short this year, money that was promised to them in the last city b…
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Petersburg’s last city cashier blew the whistle Thursday to 8News about the lack of manpower in the city’s treasurer’s office.
“Normally we have three cashiers, now we’re down to one. The money that walks in the door, I take.”
Two dozen people could lose their jobs in the City of Petersburg if city council approves the interim city manager’s budget proposal.
These units are vital pieces of safety equipment needed to help firefighters breathe inside of a burning building.
An Army veteran who brought a medical malpractice lawsuit against the McGuire VA Medical Center has settled for nearly $1 million.
Republican Virginia congressman Dave Brat heard from angry constituents at a raucous town hall meeting less than a week after the health car…
The sounds of Peacocks are being heard all over Colonial Heights, with sightings reported from White Bank Landing to the Boulevard.
Petersburg residents are wondering why it took so long for the city to notify them that some of their water went untested for five years.
Some of them have been known to be faulty for months and are still out of service.
The man has been employed at Hanover High School as a special educations teacher since 2016 and also served as the JV girls volleyball coach…
A talented Richmond couple is in America’s spotlight with a chance to snag a full-time home improvement TV series.
Terry McAuliffe is cracking down cigarette trafficking in Virginia.
While there isn’t much that everyone agrees on right now in the cash-strapped city, it seems everyone is praising the hiring of new Chief De…
The city’s bond rating is ‘BB,’ the lowest that it can go.
“We told him he’s going to dance with the big kids today,” said Kelly Blumenthal, Finn’s mother.