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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
Congressman McEachin to lead discussion on Petersburga s aging water infrastructure

Following several water main breaks and water boil notices in the city of Petersburg, legislators and city leaders are stepping up to make changes. Congressman A. Donald McEachin and Virginia Conservation Network are teaming up to host a roundtable discussion Tuesday evening focusing on Petersburg's dilapidated water infrastructure.

Neighbors a gratefula after Petersburg homeowners escape house fire

Petersburg Fire received the call of the two-story house fire on Westover Avenue just after 6:30 a.m. Fire officials say three adults and three pets made it out of the house safely. "My wife told me that she saw red lights coming through the blinds, curtains in our bedroom," he explained.

This Week Today - Current Events from IsraelToday,

Originally from Petersburg, Virginia, Ben Packer moved to Israel in 1999, where he served in the IDF's Givati Brigade in the Gaza Strip. Ben served as a Rabbi on campus at Univ.

Tiny Chihuahua wona t leave injured buddy after shooting

The love between a tiny Chihuahua and much larger Gordon Setter was obvious to the animal control officers who responded to a shooting call Friday night in Petersburg. The Chihuahua charged at Petersburg Animal Control officer Jazmis Aponte when she moved in to load the injured Gordon Setter into her van.

This Week Today - Current Events from IsraelToday,

Originally from Petersburg, Virginia, Ben Packer moved to Israel in 1999, where he served in the IDF's Givati Brigade in the Gaza Strip. Ben served as a Rabbi on campus at Univ.

Residents: Feral cat colony is taking over neighborhood

Residents in one Petersburg neighborhood are asking the CBS 6 Problem Solvers for help with a growing feral cat colony. Neighbors said there are about a dozen cats that roam a small area and cross the street near Texas and Oklahoma avenues.

Petersburg School Board changing Confederate general school names

Saying public survey and hearings are prompting the action, the Petersburg School Board has unanimously voted to change the names of three elementary schools named for Confederate generals. By a 7-0 vote, as of July 1st, A.P. Hill Elementary will be Cool Spring Robert E. Lee Elementary will become Lakemont and JEB Stuart Elementary will become Pleasants Lane.

Petersburg School Board votes to remove Confederate names from three schools

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Missing 70-year-old Petersburg man may be driving Honda SUV

Police in Petersburg are asking for the public's help to locate a missing 70-year-old man who may be driving a Honda SUV. Lt. Emanuel Chambliss with the Petersburg Bureau of Police said Clifford S. Bonney is missing from his home in the 1700 block of S. Sycamore Street.

William Lee Judy v. Kathy Williams FCC Va Ian Conner Several Named...

Appellant, v. KATHY WILLIAMS, Housing Unit Manager at FCC Petersburg in Petersburg, VA; IAN CONNER; SEVERAL NAMED BUT UNKNOWN SEARCH TEAM MEMBERS; NAMED BUT UNKNOWN REGIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDY COORDINATOR; NAMED BUT UNKNOWN INSTITUTIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDY COORDINATOR; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendants - Appellees.

Petersburg residents posted pictures of the cloudy water to social media

Petersburg residents contact 12 On Your Side after they say they've been without clear water to drink or even bathe with. Neighbors from different sections of the city are uniting on social media, wondering what's causing the problems and whether the city is doing enough to get them some answers.

Prince George police arrest 3 men, seize 3.4 lbs of pot, $6K and a pistol after stopping Lyft driver

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Fundraiser benefits Petersburg High Street fire victims

More than 100 people came out this weekend to support the One Dollar Tag Sale benefiting victims of a fire that broke out in Petersburg earlier this month. Throughout the week, organizers of the Petersburg Fire Victims Relief had been handing out donations to fire victims and this weekend the leftover items were put up for sale to raise money for victims.

2 arrested in fatal shooting of young Hopewell father

Investigators say the pair are not charged with murder, but in connection to the death of 24-year-old Danzell Lamont Gholson. Makcaina Abbey, 22, of Petersburg, was arrested Tuesday by detectives and charged with principal after the fact of someone committing a felony.

Petersburg wins lawsuit filed by developer over $3M breach of lease...

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Petersburg mother wants answers after 5-year-old son let off school bus unsupervised

A Petersburg kindergartner walked home without adult supervision after being let off the school bus, according to his mother, who now wants answers. Akillah Graves' son, Junior, was sent home on the wrong bus Tuesday while she was at work 45 minutes away.

Surplus of donations for Petersburg fire victims leads to more giving back

The Petersburg community continues to rally around the dozens of families who lost many - if not all - of their belongings in a recent apartment fire. The fire sparked around 5 a.m. last Tuesday, January 16 at the old Seward Luggage Factory, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, before spreading to the High Street Lofts.

PHOTOS: Tuesday, January 23 at the Virginia General Assembly

Del. Israel O'Quinn, R-Washington, left, listens as Del. Lashrecse Aird, D-Petersburg, right, speaks about the bipartisan budget amendment in support of economically disadvantaged urban and rural school districts they have co-sponsored, during a press conference at the Pocahontas Building in Richmond, VA Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018.

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