Carver Middle’s “crazy” challenge scheduled Carver Middle School’s seventh grade is hosting their “2nd Annual I’d Rather Be Crazy Than Lazy Challenge” on Thursday, June 1 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The event is free to everyone and is for all ages. The event will consist of various “Minute-To-Win-It”... Read more
  FRIDAY MAY 5- “ELEEMOSYNARY” – 7 p.m. Thomas Dale Theater department production. Small auditorium. 3626 W. Hundred Rd. $10.“The 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE” – 3 p.m. Thomas Dale Theater department production. Small auditorium. 3626 W. Hundred Rd. $5. SATURDAY MAY 6- CHESTER KIWANIS 5K & 1... Read more
Have you got your tickets? The seventh annual Senior Idol for the Chesterfield, Greater Richmond and Tri-Cities areas will present a variety of talent. Twelve local seniors will vie for the title May 12 at Victory Tabernacle Church located at 11700 Genito Road, Midlothian. Show time is 7 p.m.... Read more
Learn about services offered by local business and non-profit organizations to enrich your life at the TRIAD Senior Day. Bring a canned item to donate to the Chesterfield Food Bank. Juggler and magician Jonathan Austin will perform, gerontologist Ayn Welleford will present a program called “Healthy Living = Healthy... Read more
The Chesterfield County Electoral Board has announced the appointment of Constance L. Tyler as General Registrar and Director of Elections. Tyler will succeed Lawrence C. Haake III, who will retire effective April 1, after 22 years of service. Tyler is the current deputy registrar for Chesterfield County. She has... Read more
The celebration of Black History Month in Chesterfield County is a 28-year tradition of producing education and entertainment events that are all free and open to the public. It is unique and special, with music, lectures, performances, and more. All events take place at Chesterfield County public libraries. Ban... Read more
Chesterfield County residents can recycle their Christmas trees at any of the county’s convenience centers through Tuesday, Jan. 31, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Only real trees with no decorations will be accepted. You may take your trees on Monday, Tuesday, Friday through Sunday at Northern Area Convenience Center... Read more
By David Evers For Terrence Whitfield, it all started on the concrete courts of O.B. Gates Elementary. What was then just a game has now become a lifestyle. Whitfield has been impressive throughout his high school career at Matoaca, both on the football field and on the court. The small... Read more
Christmas Concert on the Village Green this weekend On the outdoor stage at Chester Village Green, the Praise Team from Bermuda Baptist Church will offer a free Christmas concert Saturday. Dec. 17 at 6 p.m.. There will be fresh-baked cookies, hot chocolate, and coffee, all for free. This is a... Read more
A free basketball program that started in the mid-1950s is reaching out to the community for volunteers. The Chester Presbyterian Basketball Association has provided opportunities for boys and girls from ages eight to 15 an to participate in organized sporting events. Challenges these children face range from financial challenges... Read more