Barry Moore seeking Republican nomination in the 11th
Candidate for State Senate (11th District), as a Republican, Barry Moore is an affable fellow yet still serious about...
Scorching Good Time
Last week, I attended “The Abilene Blowout” presented by Keystone Tractor Works. Well over 1,000 people braved the 90-plus...
Kiwanis Club of Chester makes gifts to Arts Center and Village Green
Pictured are the Kiwanis Club of Chester’s president, Bob Cassada, and past president, Noelle Grosso, confirming the club’s recent...
Annual Fort Lee Band Concert on Village Green
The Kiwanis Club of Chester and Village News will again be co-sponsoring the 13th Annual Fort Lee Army Band concert on the Chester Village Green on Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m.  This is a free community event.  Bring your chairs, blankets and a picnic supper, if you wish, and... Read more
Barry Moore seeking Republican nomination in the 11th
Candidate for State Senate (11th District), as a Republican, Barry Moore is an affable fellow yet still serious about the issues. Although his palm card lists his top three important issues, he feels passionate about the foster care and adoption system in Virginia. As the general manager of a... Read more
Classical vocalist’s exclusive performance scheduled at the Crossings
Kelsey Harrison, mezzo-soprano, from Charlotte, North Carolina, will conduct a special performance for the residents of The Crossings at Ironbridge on Saturday, May 30, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.  The public is also invited to attend this special event.  Harrison’s grandmother, Catherine Tierney, has been a resident of... Read more
February 11, 1999, was a significant day in my life: it was the day the Village News published my first written piece of work, a gardening column to be specific. Back then, the newspaper was known as Chester Village News. I still have a hard copy of the newspaper.... Read more
The Richmond-Petersburg area made it into the top fifteen U.S. cities with the worst mosquito problems.  The statistic was based on the number of customers who requested mosquito control products.  With the warm weather finally here, the threat of insect-transmitted diseases makes it necessary to think about protection during... Read more
Scorching Good Time
Last week, I attended “The Abilene Blowout” presented by Keystone Tractor Works. Well over 1,000 people braved the 90-plus temperature. “Why?” You ask. Well, I’ll tell you why…because, it’s a heck of a lot of fun! There was something for everyone to enjoy: The Southland Band, Brock’s Bar-B-Que, Jonathan... Read more

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Talking Points May 27, 2015 0

As previously noted, I already have my candidate for 2016. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is the only candidate running for president with a serious position on AGW – climate change – which is, for me, by far the most important issue facing the nation. Bernie’s also outspokenly opposed to... Read more
Kiwanis Club of Chester makes gifts to Arts Center and Village Green
Pictured are the Kiwanis Club of Chester’s president, Bob Cassada, and past president, Noelle Grosso, confirming the club’s recent $20,000 pledge to the Chesterfield Center for the Arts Foundation with Betty Matthews, past president of the foundation. Flying proudly in the background is the club’s gift to the Village... Read more
To the Editor: I am proud of the dedication of the teachers and the hard work of students in Chesterfield Public Schools. I believe the majority of the parents also believe this. I was a teacher in this system for many years, and I know the day-to-day challenges that... Read more
ANDREWS DR (191xx block) 05/19/2015 9:30 p.m. – Consumable goods reported stolen from business. ARUNDEL AV (47xx block) 05/07/2015 8:00 a.m. – Currency, notes and other items reported stolen from residence. AUTUMNLEAF DR (54xx block) 05/16/2015 5:00 p.m. – Firearms and miscellaneous items reported stolen from unlocked vehicle. BARNWOOD... Read more