Andy Weaver and Debra Pizzullo visited Boston May 19 – 24 and remembered to take the Village News with them for a picture at Fenway Park. Andy played first base for Thomas Dale High School until he graduated in 1974. He’s also umpired high school and college baseball for... Read more
Michael Balducci, the son of Robert and Wanda Balducci, completes Basic Combat School at Fort Jackson, S.C. Read more
Brennan and LauraBrooke McCarney, both third generation Chester residents competed in the Irish Dance Worlds this April in Brighton England. They are holding the Village News that featured an article on their uncle, Bryan Sheetz, of Hands and Pans. Brennan placed in the top three of his age division... Read more
Madison and Jordan Clark visiting their 97-year-old great-great Aunt Edith in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Read more
Meaghan and Emily Priddy visited Disney World in March with family. Read more
Candace Perry, while performing with the Highland American Cruise Line on the Noordam, took in some free time and visited the Bonorony Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania. Perry is a 2010 TDHS graduate and George Mason University graduate with a major in dance. She enjoys getting her news from home... Read more
Sandra Bungarden went to Orlando, Florida to visit her son, Will Bungarden. He is a 2010 graduate of Thomas Dale High and 2014 of JMU. He works for Disney in Public Relations and was happy to see a familiar Village News issue. Read more
Dee and Chris Knaggs with a copy of the Village News taken in Agra Fort in the City of Agra, India. Dee and Chris toured India for three weeks with the University of Michigan alumni group. Read more
A local family had the opportunity to explore Mayan ruins in Costa Maya, Mexico when their cruise made a stop in the port city. Pictured are Ted Priddy, Renee Priddy, Jordan French (holding Village News), Taylor Tijerina, Stephanie Tijerina, Heather Priddy, Tiffany French, Autumn French, Madison French, Troy Perry... Read more
Jerry and Linda Jennings, of Chester, started the new year by going on their first cruise to the Bahamas with one of their sons, Jay Jennings, and two of their seven grandchildren,  Logan and Lindsey Jennings, from Danville.   They took the Village News along and are now hooked... Read more