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Kelsey Reichenberg

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Petersburg, VA, United States

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Past articles by Kelsey:

Charles Davis channels woodworking passion in and out of the classroom

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — Charles “Chuck” Davis, Technology and Engineering Teacher at Colonial Heights Middle School (CHMS), has spent over 35 years applying his passion for woodworking both in and outside of the classroom.Davis first discovered an interest in woodworking when he took some classes in the art while pursuing his Industrial Arts Teaching degree at Purdue University, and since then he’s… → Read More

Sedona Taphouse opens in Colonial Heights

Kelsey Reichenberg Staff Writer @KRProgressIndex New restaurant to give back to local community COLONIAL HEIGHTS - Sedona Taphouse, a restaurant offering hundreds of craft beers, hand-cut steaks, seafood, pastas, and wood-grilled selections, officially opened its doors to its first Tri-City area restaurant Monday morning. “We are excited to bring the Sedona Taphouse concept to Colonial Heights,”… → Read More

Dinwiddie Christmas Sharing announces 2018 Christmas parents

Dinwiddie couple Gerald and Nita Massengill named Christmas parents → Read More

Kirk Cox and team volunteer at Colonial Heights Food Pantry

Cox presents CH Food Pantry with $15,000 contribution from Walmart → Read More

Response canine serves to de-stress and comfort students, teachers

DINWIDDIE — Dinwiddie Middle School has welcomed a new, furry member to its staff - a six-month-old female golden retriever named Willow. → Read More

Tussing Elementary holds first STEAM Night

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — The night began as hundreds of students and their families filled Tussing Elementary School's cafeteria for a pizza dinner, → Read More

Police, community members come together for Celebrate Safe Communities

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — On Tuesday evening, the Colonial Heights Police Department and community members came together to Celebrate Safe → Read More

Route 1 Country Store opens in Dinwiddie

New store offers sandwiches and baked goods, deli items → Read More

Landen Strapping to hold another hurricane donation drop-off

PG company plans second drive Thursday for Florence victims in N. Carolina → Read More

Local residents, businesses step up to help victims of Hurricane Florence

Local community members, businesses come together to support Florence victimsTri-City citizens, businesses, and organizations join forces with Cajun NavyPRINCE GEORGE — Tri-City residents, businesses, and organizations have joined forces with the Louisiana-based volunteer group Cajun Navy to collect and donate items for victims of Hurricane Florence.The effort began when Carl Carden, owner of… → Read More

Dinwiddie marching band shows off new uniforms

Marching Generals' new uniforms replace old outfits worn since 2004 → Read More

Colonial Heights residents ask for action on unsightly properties

City Council mulls options to step up building code enforcement → Read More

Community comes together in search for missing cat

People as far away as New Jersey offer help finding Ava the calico that went missing at I-95 exit → Read More

Student provides pantry with food for thought

Aubrie Camp donates more than 600 books to CH Food Pantry → Read More

Colonial Heights Council stops consideration of acquiring controversial statue from Pittsburgh

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — The Colonial Heights City Council has backed out of a previous plan that involved looking into acquiring a statue that was → Read More

Colonial Heights residents dispute proposed cell tower site

PI Tower Development, LLC was requesting council’s approval of a special use permit to construct a 190-foot monopole telecommunications tower on a 3.425 acre parcel of wooded land located between 1024 and 1025 Taylor Lane. → Read More

CHHS breaks ground on renovation projects

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — Members of the Colonial Heights High School (CHHS) Student Council Association, the Colonial Heights Public School → Read More

CHPD captain selected to attend FBI National Academy

Anspach in less than one percent of law enforcement to be selected to attend academy → Read More

Tri-Cities communities mark National Night Out

Annual event brings together residents, first responders → Read More

Dinwiddie’s 4-H Summer Camp draws more than 200 kids

WAKEFIELD — Hundreds of kids, camp counselors, staff, and volunteers have covered the grounds at the Airfield Conference Center and 4-H Educational → Read More