November 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Composite image sparks new lead in county assault case Police urge caution as holiday season approaches

A Prince William County Crime Solvers alert has provided a new lead in a Chesterfield County attempted sexual assault that took place early this year. More...

Family

IllustriousFamily start

Teen artist gets book deal, bringsFamily Owned and Trusted! ‘Zombie Zoe’ to life

The serendipitous intersection of talent and small talk has created a potentially enormous career opportunity for a Chesterfield teen. More...

Loose Ends

Later is better

The compost is sitting in bags next to the driveway, the flower boxes on the deck are still full of dead and dying flowers, and the pansies are in their little four-packs parked in the shade waiting for me. More...

Sports

Sports Taking flight

Bird’s top-ranked hoop stars pick Louisville, VCU

As they developed into two of the nation’s top high school basketball recruits, L.C. More...

As Wegmans looms, grocers ramp up meals

Martin’s goes all out: Chinese and the ‘wing bar’

Starbucks cup in hand, Rebecca Gagnon maneuvers her shopping cart through the prepared foods section at the new Martin’s grocery store on Charter Colony Parkway in Midlothian. More...

News

More than 100 likely to be displaced from apartments

Residents of about 100 apartments off Jefferson Davis Highway will have to find new housing or a new way to pay the rent before the end of February, and residents of a neighboring complex with nearly 200 units could find themselves in the same situat More...

Photo

A Kenworth cement mixer overturned on state Route 288 Friday morning, spilling its contents and tying up traffic during the morning rush. More...

Munchkins Run rounds final lap for pediatric cancer

When the final participant finishes Saturday’s Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkins Run, it will mark the end of a rewarding – and delicious – era for the event’s founder. More...

Crime Watch

Would-be armed robbers come up empty-handed

Sometimes the difference between a successful armed robbery and a waste of time and effort comes down to a simple matter of target-selection: More...

Opinions

LETTERS

Pay Stegmaier? What about the workers?

I am writing in regards to a story in the Observer, “Pay Jay: Should Newsome make more than Stegmaier?” [Nov. 5]. More...