Friday Mar 7
Hopewell budget would add positions
In what will be the first of four public meetings regarding the city of Hopewell's budget for fiscal year 2014-2015, the presentation of the proposed $44 million budget included new positions in the city along with additions that will further the city's focus on beautification.
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Friday Mar 7
Woman guilty of taking $760,000 from church
A Hopewell woman accused of stealing more than three-quarters of a million dollars from a church pleaded guilty to five charges in Chesterfield Circuit Court.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Effort pulling together stories of fallen troops
As decades pass, often times those who gave their lives fighting the conflicts that founded our nation's history get forgotten.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
No bond in car attack case
A woman who is accused of driving a car into a crowd of people will remain in jail until trial after a judge denied bond.
Teen guilty in shooting
The man accused of shooting an unsuspecting victim in the face last August appeared in Hopewell Circuit Court on Wednesday afternoon.
130 jobs leaving Hopewell
JAMES PEACEMAKER JR./HOPEWELL NEWS/NEWS-PATRIOT Evonik plans to move 130 people out of its offices on Sixth Street in Hopewell to Chesterfield.
Beacon lit the path for their lasting love
The love story of Felix and Pauline LoCicero spans more than six decades and is worthy of being on the big screen.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Beacon of Hope
Hopewell's Beacon Theatre was designed by Fred Bishop, the architect of the Byrd Theatre.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Man guilty in shooting that paralyzed victim
Life changed drastically for Jacory Moore on Dec. 2, 2012. The once-vibrant young man can no longer walk.
Street to be named for Hopewell icon
Terminal Street in the city of Hopewell will soon bear the name of the Rev. Dr. Curtis W. Harris, a long standing member of the community.
Trash, grass remain problems in Hopewell
Trash in the streets, junk piling up in yards and abandoned buildings are still plaguing residents in the city of Hopewell.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
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Iranian satellite case in NY takes complex turn
The Federal Correctional Institution in Hoepwell, Va., Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Deal made in spice cases
Charges were dropped against several store workers accused of selling synthetic marijuana, also known as spice, in Hopewell General District Court on Monday morning.
Hopewell stands up against bullying
Carter G. Woodson Middle School hosted a forum designed to help raise awareness among families about the signs and dangers of bullying, and how to stop it when it becomes an issue.