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About: hopewell, virginia

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
Missing teen last seen in Mechanicsville Thursday

Officials say 17-year-old Emile Alexandra Williams was last seen at her residence in Mechanicsville on Thursday evening. She is described as a white female with blond hair, green eyes, approximately 5'2" and weighing 140 pounds.

Keep Hopewell Beautiful Removes 1,500lbs of Trash

Saturday, March 6 at 8AM, Keep Hopewell Beautiful, city employees, and city residents conducted a major clean-up of the 3200, 3300, 3400, and 3500 blocks of Western Street. Over 30 volunteers came out on the cold, brisk morning to help clean-up and beautify this heavily trashed neighborhood near the CSX railroad.

School buses collide in Virginia; 7 kids sent to hospital

Authorities say seven students were taken to hospitals with minor injuries after two school buses crashed at an Army post outside of Richmond. Local media report the collision happened around 8:30 Thursday morning at Fort Lee.

Man jailed after Hopewell raid yields drugs, weapons

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'Large volume' of heroin, cocaine and crack seized from Hopewell home

Police credit a concerned citizen for a tip that set in motion a major drug bust in quiet, residential neighborhood of Hopewell. Following an anonymous tip that narcotics were being distributed in the 2300 block of Norfolk Street, police spent a couple of months running surveillance and then secured a search warrant, according to Sgt.

Grandmother feels child is being endangered by school bus driver

Her issues began last week as she sat on her front porch waiting on her teenage granddaughter to get off of the school bus near her Hopewell home. Thomas showed CBS 6 a busy intersection that she says her granddaughter had to dart across last week when her bus driver stopped in the turn lane of Winston Churchill Drive near South 1st Avenue.

HUD opens investigation into conditions of Hopewell housing community

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is investigating discrimination and other violations at Virginia's first Rental Assistance Demonstration conversion. Under the RAD program, Hopewell Redevelopment and Housing Authority and Community Housing Partners razed the public housing community Langston Park in 2014 and built new apartments on the site, now called the Summit at Hopewell.

Federal housing agency investigating alleged civil rights violations in Hopewell

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Women's Club of Hopewell Presents Eric Philips, NBC 12 Reporter and Anchor

The Women's Club of Hopewell sponsors three winter lectures which are open to the public. These events are held at the Appomattox Regional Library.

Va. lawmakers continue accepting fewer gifts in post-McDonnell era

Virginia's lawmakers last year continued to accept fewer gifts from lobbyists compared to 2015, according to data from reports that were recently made public.

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church to host "Gospel Explosion"

There sill be a 'Gospel Explosion' fund-raiser program held on April 30 at 3:00 p.m. at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church located at 925 Arlington Road, Hopewell, VA.

Comin' to the Beacon

With 40 years of experience and hits on the Billboard country music charts, Ronnie McDowell is coming to Hopewell on tour. On March 11th, Ronnie McDowell will be playing at the Beacon Theatre at 8 p.m. Ronnie McDowell has produced billboard chart hits like 'Older Women' and 'You're Going to Ruin My Bad Reputation.'

Emergency Food and Shelter Hopewell-funds for qualified agencies

The Emergency Food and Shelter Board will be awarded funds in the amount of $11,810 for the City of Hopewell. These are federal funds awarded through the Department of Homeland Security.

United Way of Hopewell-Prince George Preparing for 2017 Campaign

The United Way of Hopewell-Prince George Agency Budget Review process for the 2017 Campaign will take place from May to July 2017. In order to be included in the 2017 campaign for 2018 funding, a completed application package must be submitted to the local United Way office by 3 p.m. on or before May 1, 2017.

Corey Stewart holds 'End Sanctuary Cities' rally on Capitol Square amid counterprotest

Capitol Police watch protestors against Corey Stewart's stance against sanctuary cities.

Getting to know: Kevin F. Healy, with the Boathouse Restaurant Group

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UVA Mobile Mammogram Bus stops at Hopewell School

After several teachers were diagnosed with cancer, a Hopewell elementary school offered mammograms on Friday. They were for teachers, family members, and the community in general, all during school hours.

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