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Part of the Richmond metropolitan area Hopewell was established in 1613 by Sir Thomas Dale as its point overlooking the James and Appomattox rivers. City Point was also the headquarters of General Ulysses S. Grant during the Siege of Petersburg during the American Civil War. Today the city is home to a number of chemical plants of the Honeywell Corporation and a Smurfit- Stone paper mill. The historic district in downtown Hopewell was recently revitalized including a restoration of the Beacon Theater.

Population: 22354
Local Newspapers: The Hopewell News
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Zip Codes associated with hopewell, virginia: 23860
Towns/Cities near hopewell, virginia : Fort Lee Chester

Hopewell News
Hopewell police search for offender involved in 7-Eleven robbery

Hopewell police are searching for an offender involved in an armed robbery that happened at a 7-Eleven early Friday morning. Officers say the offender entered the store, brandished a firearm, and ran from the store with an unknown amount of money.

Hopewell police seeking suspects who stole cash, pistol and iPhone from unlocked vehicles

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Gun and cash stolen in targeted car break-ins in Hopewell

A handgun, cash, and electronic items are among the things police say were stolen during several targeted car break-ins early Monday morning in Hopewell.

Hopewell water system flush begins today

Flushing will take place in the City of Hopewell from April 17 to May 29; in the Prince George County subdivisions of Birchett Estates, Cedar Creek, Cedar Creek West and Stratford Woods from May 30 to June 9; and Fort Lee from June 12 to July 7. Customers might notice a slightly stronger chlorine taste and odor in their drinking water because of the treatment process change. No interruptions in water service will occur as a result of the work .

Integrating Stormwater Management with Natural Beauty along the James

Hopewell, Virginia sits on an overlook near the confluence of the beautiful James and Appomattox Rivers. With a $200,000 grant from the NFWF Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund and matching funds of $115,000 from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the City hopes to augment its industrial base to become more walkable and livable.

Hopewell: the Early Days

Did you know that the Hopewell Post Office has one of the best murals every painted in a public building in the area? Commissioned in 1939 during the New Deal era, this mural depicts first contact between two peoples, and is entitled 'Captain Francis Eppes Making Friends with the Appomattox Indians.' Many people already know about Hopewell having its start shortly after Jamestown was founded - but, in reality, the city has a much older history.

15th Street Caf is Back

The popular 15th Street Cafe will host a grand opening. The classic southern-styled barbecue establishment will be reborn under new owners as an Italian and Mediterranean destination.

Hopewell commercial property owners stunned by recent tax assessments

"I think it's an extraordinary increase, 63 percent you know," said Barry Walker, the owner of Walkers Gym in downtown Hopewell -- a fixture in the area for nearly three decades. "I would have thought maybe you know, if you'd saw something, say 15 percent or something like that," he said, and added; "I mean I wouldn't have been jumping for joy but that would have been reasonable, I would think."

The relationship between Hopewell and John Tyler strengthens

John Tyler Community college has deep ties within the Hopewell Community. On Tuesday representatives from John Tyler gave a presentation to city council on how residents of Hopewell have become active John Tyler students.

Respected fixture of Petersburg's criminal justice system appointed city's top prosecutor

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Hopewell residents can toss trash for free during a oeClean-up Weeka

Keep Hopewell Beautiful in partnership with the Hopewell Public Works Department has scheduled Spring Citywide Clean-up from Saturday, April 15, to Saturday, April 22. Citizens are encouraged to participate in this effort by cleaning around their homes and along their streets. Hopewell residents may dispose of trash at no charge at the Citizen Convenience Center located at 507 Station Street, behind Fire Station #1.

Hopewell company donates mattresses to Petersburg firefighters

Custom Comfort Mattresses owner Justin Faison saw the fire department badly needed new mattresses, so he stepped in to make that happen. "My dad, David Faison, is a retired firefighter and I have friends at the Parker Stree tStation who said they needed new mattresses," Faison said.

Levine, Yackow launch 325th session of SA following inauguration

April 10, Elijah Levine '18 and his vice president, former Sen. Annelise Yackow '18 were officially sworn in to the 325th session of the College of William and Mary's Student Assembly . Speakers at the event included former SA President Eboni Brown '17 and College President Taylor Reveley, as well as Levine himself.

Education briefs for Monday, April 10

Children who will be 5 years old by Sept. 30 can start kindergarten in the fall.

Master plan unveiled for more than 20 miles of trails along the lower Appomattox River

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Long reach of kepone shows need for government oversight

It sounds like the start to a bad joke. What do the residents of Hopewell, Virginia, fishermen on the Island of Guadeloupe and tourists traveling to the French Caribbean have in common? They are all touched, knowingly or unknowingly, by an odorless, tasteless, colorless chemical that has proven to be fatal in laboratory animals and to be an endocrine disruptor and carcinogen in

Uncovering the Hidden History of Hopewell Homes

Contributed Photo: An example of one of the prefabricated homes manufactured by Sears and assembled in Hopewell to provide housing for the workers of industrial giant DuPont. Hello, and welcome to my first column in The Hopewell News! My name is Tamara Eastman and I'm a regional historian in this area.

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