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December 7, 2014 - 11:00am

VSU signs agreement with Minor League Baseball

Virginia State University (VSU) today entered into a landmark letter of cooperation with Minor League Baseball (MiLB) to benefit VSU’s students across various disciplines through the support of and/or participation in speaker’s series, presentations, projects, workshops, seminars and other events that will benefit the university’s students.

Police Blotter

MAIN ST 5/13  Entry gained by kicking in rear door.  The interior of the residence was ransacked, however nothing was taken.

VILLAS CT  5/13  The Villas at Rivers Bend.  Entry gained to the listed residence by breaking the glass on the rear door.  Items were taken from the bedrooms.

REYMET RD  9/1/10  Unknown suspect/s entered the vacant house through a kitchen door taking listed property from inside.

ORANGE HILL AVE  5/9  Ettrick.  Entry gained through a bedroom window and listed property stolen.

Teens charged in counterfeit money case

Chesterfield County Police have charged two teens at Thomas Dale High School in relation to a case involving the manufacture and use of counterfeit money.

Police seek armed robbers

The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to identify and find two men who robbed the Buffalo Wild Wings at 12056 Southshore Pointe Rd. on Monday, Oct. 18, 2010 at about 9:10 a.m.

Police seek attempted robbery suspect

Police are seeking a man who shot a store clerk while attempting to rob The Market Place in the 7300 block of Jefferson Davis Highway on Sunday, May 22.

Police arrest Lynn Dexter Bailey Jr.

Members of the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force have apprehended fugitive Lynn Dexter Bailey Jr., 26, who was wanted for abandoning his toddler after he fled from police and crashed his vehicle in March 2010.

Presquile Island enters a new phase of visitor friendly experience

There’s no musty mansion to tour, no painting of its patriarch that hangs over the plantation house mantle; its bequest is the wildlife that has taken refuge on this majestic example of our natural world.

Power in words

“It’s very important to me because it gives me a choice, where being younger a choice was robbed from me; the choice of having a childhood was robbed from me,” said the Chester resident, in a very distinct New York accent. “…So it’s a great honor for me, it’s very important because I didn’t really get the sense of family.”