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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
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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 residents fed up with 2-year-old road closure

Construction started more than two years ago on North Park Drive to fix a drainage issue. A lot of work was done, but for more than 18 months the project has sat at a standstill.

Petersburg police calling on community for neighborhood clean-up

The Petersburg Bureau of Police is calling on the community to participate in a neighborhood clean-up in the Delectible Heights. The clean-up will be held on Saturday, August 19 at approximately 8:00 a.m. Organizers say the event will start in the 300 block of Mistletoe Street.

Solution to One Problem Brings Two More

An August 2 FDA warning letter provides a reminder that solving one problem can create a new problem - or more. The letter to Coleman Peanut Co., in Petersburg VA, recites that the company uses a cat "as the firm's pest control."

Woman arrested, charged in Petersburg burglaries; police looking for male accomplice

Police in Petersburg are looking for a man who they say is responsible for two recent burglaries in the area. Police began looking for 53-year-old Benjamin Hall, of Petersburg, after arresting a woman who they say is also responsible: Sierra West, 28, also of Petersburg.

Petersburg police arrest female suspect of 'Bonnie and Clyde' couple

Petersburg Police have been searching for two robbers dubbed "Bonnie and Clyde" and announced Friday that they captured the female suspect. "Bonnie and Clyde" or the "Sunrise Bandits," were the names locals gave to a man and woman wanted in a string of Petersburg break-ins.

Richmond architects sue Petersburg hotel developer

The developer behind a planned $20 million conversion first proposed nearly two years ago for a dormant hotel in downtown Petersburg is facing a lawsuit from a Richmond architecture firm that says it hasn't been fully paid for its services. Shockoe Slip-based Commonwealth Architects has sued C.A. Harrison Cos., the Maryland-based firm leading the expected redevelopment of the nine-story former Ramada Inn along Interstate 95 into a hotel-anchored mixed-use development.

Washington-area man arrested in string of commercial robberies in Tri-Cities

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Petersburg Police hope neighborhood clean up will cut crime

Police and business leaders hope that sprucing up Delectable Heights by cutting grass and picking up trash will help bring down the crime rate. "In past years we've had a lot of crime in that area, murders, shootings, some robberies," Lt.

Video shows robber pull gun from backpack at Colonial Heights store

Authorities are asking for the public's help to identify the man who robbed a convenience store in Colonial Heights Thursday morning. Captain William H. Anspach with Colonial Heights Police said a man Department walked into the Exxon convenience store in the 800 block of the Boulevard at 10:45 a.m. "The suspect removed a handgun from his backpack, pointed it at the clerk and demanded that she open the register and give him the money," Anspach said.

Neighbors demand answers after stalled road project, 2-year detour

Homeowners in one Petersburg neighborhood are reaching out to the CBS 6 Problem Solvers again about a two-year construction project that is still not finished and has led to a new problem in their neighborhood. People who live in Battlefield Park contacted CBS 6 in June of 2016 about a stalled construction project that left a road closed.

'Bonnie and Clyde' couple suspected in a half-dozen Petersburg break-ins

"Bonnie and Clyde" or the "Sunrise Bandits," are some of the names locals have given to a man and woman wanted in a string of Petersburg break-ins. The church bells were still ringing at St. Joseph's Catholic School in Petersburg Tuesday evening.

CBS 6 Investigation: State had concerns in the past about SOL testing at A.P. Hill

While frying chicken legs and simmering cabbage, Tracy Owens shared her disappointment about recent events at her grandson's elementary school, which also happens to be her alma mater, A.P. Hill Elementary School. Petersburg City Public Schools announced last month that they had let several employees go after finding evidence that SOL testing procedures were violated in the spring.

After rescue at sea in Iceland, Richmond man is home again

Photo taken by Anna H. Olafsdottir from the Icelandic reaserch vessel Arni Fririksson, the life raft from the sailboat Valiant, containing survivors almost 300 miles off the coast of Iceland. This photo, taken July 26 from the Icelandic research vessel Arni Fri riksson, shows the Valiant almost 300 miles off the coast of Iceland and the life raft containing the sailboat's survivors .

Storms roll through Central Virginia knocking down trees, power lines

Downed trees and power lines on Ruffin Rd. near Jeff Davis Highway. Storms overnight left nearly 1400 w/o power, now about 120 customers.

Petersburg police search for man, woman involved in burglary

On Saturday, Aug. 5, police responded to Serenity Incorporated, located in the 100 block of South Adams Street. When officers arrived on the scene just after 11 a.m., they found the business had been burglarized.

Lailah Harris Missing: Dinwiddie teen last seen Friday

The Dinwiddie County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing 16-year-old girl. Lailah Jelena Harris was last seen by her family on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the company of three black males that were not known to her family.


An armed suspect who robbed a Petersburg business Sunday morning had been in that same store the day before, according to police. At approximately 8:00 a.m. Sunday, an armed robbery was reported at the Liberty Cash Mart, located in the 100 block of E. Washington Street.

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