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Located twenty-three miles from Richmond Petersburg was the site of nine months of warfare during the American Civil War. Originally settled by English colonists and with the establishment of First Baptist church in 1774 the city became home to one of the oldest black congregations in the country. Today the city has its own historic district and an Arts League and Performing Arts Center. Boehringer Ingelheim, a top twenty pharmaceutical company, operates out of Petersburg.

Population: 33740
Local Newspapers: Petersburg Progress Index
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Virginia State University Richard Bland College

Zip Codes associated with petersburg, virginia: 23801 23803 23805
Towns/Cities near petersburg, virginia : Colonial Heights Fort Lee Hopewell Chester Ettrick Matoaca

Petersburg News
Petersburg Schools fires several employees over SOL violations

This comes after accusations that a teacher at A.P. Hill Elementary School cheated on SOL tests. The school system confirms "several employees are no longer employed by Petersburg City Public Schools as a result of the investigation," but they would not comment on specific personnel disciplinary actions.

Investigation finds SOL testing procedures were violated at Petersburg elementary school

After a thorough investigation, Petersburg City Public Schools has determined that Standards of Learning testing procedures were violated at A.P. Hill Elementary School this spring. PCPS sent a release Wednesday morning saying the school division does not comment on specific personnel disciplinary actions, however, "several employees are no longer employed by PCPS as a result of the investigation."

Short-staffed Colonial Heights Fire Department dealing with increased calls

The Colonial Heights Fire Chief says the department is short staffed in the midst of ongoing emergencies, just like the house fire they responded to on July 16 that left one man in serious condition. The fire happened on Virginia Ave., where neighbors said that a good Samaritan banged on the door to wake up and alert the residents that the house was on fire.

US Marshals nab Hopewell armed robbery suspect

Officials with the the Hopewell Police Department said 25-year-old De'Sean Couch of Petersburg was arrested by the U.S Marshal's Fugitive Task Force at 1 p.m. Couch is facing charges of robbery and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony as well as possession of a firearm by a convicted felon since police said he had a gun when he was apprehended. Officers were called to the 500 Block of Hill Avenue last Friday just after 10:15 a.m. for a reported armed robbery.

Authorities searching for inmate 'inadvertently released' from Chesterfield jail

The Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office needs your help to find a man that was "inadvertently released" from the jail on Wednesday. They are looking for 25-year-old Mathew Chambliss Coleman.

Homeless vets braving oppressive heat in Henrico County woods

"It's either freezing or it's so hot you can't do nothing," explains Eacho, "that's the worst part and I try just to survive, you know." "We got to help each other in this world.

Neighbor calls frequent street flooding 'ridiculous'

A Petersburg woman is turning to the CBS 6 Problem Solvers for help after she said frequent flooding is causing numerous problems in her neighborhood. The woman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, she North Plains Drive off of Crater Road looks more like a lake than a street when it rains.

Fire that killed resident of Petersburg high-rise complex for elderly ...

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New Book Helps Prisoners, Their Loved Ones, Attorneys and Consultants Navigate the Prison System

Going to prison is overwhelming. This new book helps prisoners, their loved ones, attorneys and prison consultants navigate the U.S. federal prison system.

Woman dies after fire at apartments for seniors in Petersburg

One person has died and more were injured after a fire broke out at an apartment facility for seniors in Petersburg on Monday night. The fire broke out around 9 p.m. at 214 S. Sycamore St. When crews arrived, they found smoke inside the building.

2 injured after shots fired at party in Dinwiddie County

Just before 12:30 a.m., authorities responded to a home in the 16000 block of Hamilton Arms Road in the DeWitt area of the county for a report of a disturbance. When police arrived at the home, they found a large private party was in progress and it was reported that a number of gunshots had been fired.

Motorcycle crash closes all lanes on I-95 South in Petersburg

Virginia State Police are investigating a motorcycle crash that has closed all lanes on Interstate 95 South and multiple northbound lanes in Petersburg. State Police said at 8:31 p.m. they responded to the crash near Exit 50 in the city limits of Petersburg.

City Attorney Employs Hate Hoax to Avoid Facing Angry Citizens

Hate hoaxing is a technique used by "marginalized" groups to acquire political power. But even those who have already achieved power find hoaxes useful.

It took firefighters about 50 minutes to get the blaze under control.

One person was sent to the hospital after a fire early Monday on Matoax Avenue in the Walnut Hill area. Fire officials say it took about 50 minutes to get the blaze, which started around 1:15 a.m., under control.

Petersburg's Quinton Spain returns home to host Football Camp

Former Petersburg standout and current Tennessee Titan offensive guard Quinton Spain returned to his hometown over the weekend to hold his second Football Skills Camp. Almost 150 kids were at the Andrew White stadium on the Petersburg High campus to improve on their skills and meet a current NFL star that played on the very same field the camp was held.

Colonial Heights man slain in Petersburg

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Man dies in early morning shooting in Petersburg

Police responded to a call of a person shot in the 10 block of Locust Court around 1:15 am Sunday.

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