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Family, friends remember man killed crossing Hull Street

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — The sound of cars zooming past was a painful reminder for friends and family of Kevin England who gathered to honor his memory at the very spot where he lost his life. 166 more words

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Junking the bad food, introducing new USDA school nutrition standards

RICHMOND, Va. –A federal initiative that impacts schools locally, regionally and nationally will affect school nutrition standards at your child’s school.

When the school doors open, and the lunch bell finally rings, students will see a big change in the food options provided; from vending machine snacks to what’s on their tray. 250 more words

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This Chesterfield high school grad grew up to own the Emmy Awards

LOS ANGELES — “Breaking Bad” concluded its triumphant run last year as one of the most lauded TV series of all time. At Monday’s 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, its reputation was cemented with another group of honors, including lead acctor, supporting actor, supporting actress and drama series — the top award of the night. 879 more words

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These special bicycles are bringing smiles and hope to children

MIDLOTHIAN, Va. — Nearly two dozen children received their own bicycles Monday night thanks to the work of volunteers with the non-profit Richmond Empowering Abilities for Children with Cycles… 337 more words

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Chesterfield considers changing rules when it comes to cats in the county

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. —  Chesterfield leaders said the county’s cat policies could change after more than 20 cats were left abandoned in the Carter’s Mill neighborhood. 174 more words

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This app should make 'back to school' easier on parents

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Parents of students in Chesterfield Public Schools now have a quick and easy way to check what is on the menu at their child’s school cafeteria. 290 more words

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Who would steal from an 89-year-old lady? These two, police said. That's who.

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Police released several photos of a man and woman wanted for credit card fraud.

The pair used an 89-year-old woman’s credit cards to go on a shopping spree at Best Buy on Koger Center Boulevard, Chesterfield Police said. 117 more words

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