Investigators chasing ‘every angle’ on missing jet
TimesDispatch.com / Mon, 10 Mar 2014 05:16:00 -0400
Dozens of ships and aircraft have failed to find any piece of the missing Boeing 777 jet that vanished more than two days ago above waters south of Vietnam as investigators pursued "every angle" to ex
Big quake strikes off N. Calif., no tsunami threat
TimesDispatch.com / Mon, 10 Mar 2014 05:04:00 -0400
A powerful magnitude-6.9 earthquake struck late Sunday off the coast of Northern California, but there were no immediate reports of injury or damage and no danger of a tsunami, officials said.
Chesterfield’s Table Talk program aids parents, students
A common refrain from parents with school-age kids is that the hectic pace of life leaves little time to talk about the big issues their children face at school.
Prince George sets jobs workshop for students
PRINCE GEORGE Prince George County schools will offer a workshop on “Workforce Basics for High School Students” on March 22. The JOBS Program-sponsored event is for teenagers at N.B. Clements Junior a
Goochland teacher to get development scholarship
GOOCHLAND Goochland High School government teacher Erin Yearout-Patton was selected by Education First to receive a professional development scholarship through the association of the Virginia School-
STEM Fair to be held Saturday at Clover Hill
CHESTERFIELD Clover Hill High School will host the Metro Richmond STEM Fair on Saturday. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
1984 R-MC alumna receives award
ASHLAND Randolph-Macon College alumna Susan Draney Schick, chief executive officer of UnitedHealthcare, Pennsylvania and Delaware, was presented the Society of Alumni Distinguished Alumna Award last w
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COLONIAL HEIGHTS The Colonial Heights School Board is seeking input and ideas at a community forum to be held at 7:30 p.m. March 19 in the cafeteria at Tussing Elementary School.
Principal sets a new course at Richmond’s MLK
On the counter behind the front desk at the new Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, there’s a stack of neon green signs that say “Quiet Please.”
Refit shines light on city’s window policy
As more of Richmond’s old industrial buildings are turned to apartments, city planners are worried that some urban dwellers might not get enough of a rather essential commodity: natural light.
Clemency sought for sick inmate
The parents of a state inmate with cancer are attempting to win clemency from Gov. Terry McAuliffe so he can die outside of prison.
Street Beat: Don’t dash when lights flash
This week, Street Beat takes on snow-day driving in school zones.
Art class at Va. hospital helps with healing
STAUNTON For Joseph Laurenzo, artistic expression resembles a kind of road. It’s a way for him to arrive at strikingly creative images, such as a bird connected to a hand, and it’s also a way for a th
Recovering life after years of drug abuse
When we met Friday morning, I didn’t realize the day held any particular significance for Brandon Petock until we got to talking.