Which way Matoaca? Supervisors candidates speak at forum

Board of Supervisors May 21, 2019

Two of the three Republican candidates for their party’s nomination for Matoaca District supervisor participated in a forum last week. Kevin Carroll and Rob Thompson were joined by recently announced Democrat candidate Shajaun Mason at the May 16 forum... Read more

Mission Possible: Local church builds riding arena and run-in shed for horses

Community May 21, 2019

When Jeannie Fee took on the leadership role of teacher for middle school students... Read more

Rural connections: Some Rhodes Lane residents waiting for broadband access

Board of Supervisors May 21, 2019

Hurry up and wait. That’s pretty much what some residents of Rhodes Lane have... Read more

Police identify teen killed by train

Police May 21, 2019

Chesterfield County Police last week identified a 16-year-old who was struck by a train... Read more

Layman enjoys making math fun at Carver Middle

Teachers May 21, 2019

Victoria Layman is a third generation teacher who says she has the genetics for... Read more
Coffee and breakfast/lunch?
It looks as if a Starbucks and First Watch restaurant may be coming to...
Which way Matoaca? Supervisors candidates speak at forum
Two of the three Republican candidates for their party’s nomination for Matoaca District supervisor...
Mission Possible: Local church builds riding arena and run-in shed for horses
When Jeannie Fee took on the leadership role of teacher for middle school students...
Rural connections: Some Rhodes Lane residents waiting for broadband access
Hurry up and wait. That’s pretty much what some residents of Rhodes Lane have...
Cold treats

Cold treats

Community May 21, 2019

Holly Willis, 13, on right, and Taylor Nestor, 19, passed out ice cream sandwiches at Tyler’s Retreat nursing home May 14 as part of...
Food Bank has been helping those in need since 2010
By Carelyn Sheppard Children, seniors, veterans, homeless, struggling families, and the disabled in the community are among those being helped by the Chesterfield Food...
Argent Credit Union awards $5K in scholarships
William Bigger and Daisa Williams are this year’s recipients of the Ruby A. Robinson scholarships. Each received $2,500. Bigger attends L.C. Bird High School...
Lee recognized as ‘steward of the river’
Bensley resident LaTika Lee recently was recognized as one of four “stewards of the river” by the James River Advisory Council. Lee received the...

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