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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
Lockdown at Virginia State University lifted after second shooting in less than a week

Lockdown at Virginia State University lifted after second shooting in less than a week A man was found shot on campus with life-threatening injuries days after another man was shot during homecoming. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2yCEFDW PETERSBURG, Va.

Dragon Scales

Petersburg based group performs Phantogram's 'Same old blues' and Toni Braxton's 'Unbreak my heart'. You can check them out Friday, October 20th from 8pm to 10pm at the James L. Ruffa Performing Arts Center at 512 W. Washington St. in Petersburg.

Superintendent: No concerns about SOL cheating investigation, despite teacher's concerns

Middle and High School students in Petersburg can now solve a problem on a Chromebook instead of using a traditional textbook. Their teachers can visit a store for free school supplies, and school leaders said students will soon be mentored by nearly 1,000 community volunteers.

2 people saved in the past week by Petersburg police carrying Naloxone

Naloxone is an opioid overdose reversal drug and so far, two lives have been saved by Petersburg Police officers because of it. "I believe that God sent those officers up that street at the right time to save this woman's life," Kena Stith, a witness told 8News.

Petersburg Police looking for missing man believed to be in danger

Police in Petersburg are asking for help finding a man who recently went missing who they say may be in danger. Kenneth Mark Irving was last seen by his sister at his residence in the 1800 block of Berkeley Avenue on Sept.

Colonial Heights police arrest Petersburg man after loaded firearm...

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Man arrested after Colonial Heights student brings handgun on school field trip

Around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, a Colonial Heights school bus was transporting students from Lakeview Elementary School on a scheduled field trip. While on the bus, a school employee saw a firearm in a child's pants pocket.

Hurt and humiliated:' Wife says after restaurant refused to seat disabled husband at bigger table

A Dinwiddie family is hoping to spread a message of compassion, after they say a loved one was discriminated against while trying to eat out at a popular Hopewell restaurant last month. Butch Beasley, 56, suffers from Muscular Dystrophy, a neural muscular disorder that's slowly robbed him of his mobility over the past 26 years.

Tri-Cities officers are saving lives as heroin overdose rates spike

Just halfway through October, the number of heroin overdose calls in both Colonial Heights and Petersburg has risen to 10 percent higher than all the calls made in 2016. The sobering statistics comes just a month after both departments outfitted their police officers with auto-injectors to save the lives of overdose victims.

Hevron - Now and Forever and Growing! Today,

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.

1 injured after shooting at Virginia State University, police say

The campus at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia, is on lockdown after a shooting occurred Saturday night, police say. At least one person was shot and has life-threatening injuries, according to CBS affiliate WTVR-TV in Richmond, Virginia .

Petersburg police need help finding a missing autistic 15-year-old

Zaire Higgins was last seen on North Folley Street wearing a lime green shirt with the word "Glow" in the center, black basketball shorts and dark flip flops. If you have seen him or know where he is, contact the Petersburg/Dinwiddie Crime Solvers at 861-1212 or text the keyword "pdcash" followed by the tip to 274637.

Petersburg hires new human resources director while lawsuit from...

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Video shows thieves stealing expensive baseball bats

Police released video that showed the theft of baseball bats from a Petersburg business. The crime, at Batters Choice on South Crater Road, was reported September 30. "Entry was gained into the business by the glass in an entry door being smashed," Petersburg Police spokesperson Lt.

Marshall's Trowbridge to give keynote address at Virginia Preservation Conference

Marshall University's David Trowbridge, an associate professor of history and creator of the Clio history app, has been invited to serve as a keynote speaker at the Virginia Preservation Conference Friday, Oct. 6, in Petersburg, Virginia. The theme of this year's conference is partnerships, and Trowbridge has worked with Preservation Virginia leaders and members to create heritage tourism resources using Clio .

Answering the Real Questions About Federal Prison

PETERSBURG, VA, U.S., October 2, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- What happens on the first day of prison? Are showers really that scary? Thousands of people are sent to federal prison each year in the United States. Add to that the many family and loved ones effected when someone they know is going to prison, and you have a larger percentage of the population who have burning questions about life in prison.

Two years later, no arrests in Petersburg double murder

It has been two years now since two men were found dead outside of a Petersburg apartment complex after being shot to death inside a car. For the first time, those closest to 30-year-old Patrick Comer and 32-year-old Jeffrey Lundy are speaking out.

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