The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors approved a series of agreements last month for the Chesterfield Center for the Arts (CCAF), which will allow both the final phase of the design and construction of the approximately 18,500-square-foot facility to begin. The project is being developed in conjunction with the... Read more
To the Meadowbrook Class of 1968; it feels like it was only yesterday when they all flipped their tassels and began their adult lives. They believe that 60 is the new 16, and they live their lives that way. “When we all get together, it’s like we’re all 16... Read more
The election primary season is coming to a close and candidates are fervently working in the 11th State Senatorial District. While Senator Steve Martin remains the incumbent, two others are in contention for Martin’s seat. A Village News series of articles focusing on the primary election, in the 11th,... Read more
The Chesterfield County Purchasing Department today announced a notice of award to SSC Service Solutions for custodial services during the 2015-16 school year. The notice was made after a six-person evaluation committee recommended that Chesterfield County Public Schools negotiate a contract with SSC Service Solutions. A contract with the... Read more
For six students of Irish dance, spring 2015 will live in their minds for many years to come. “Irish dance is like what you see at Riverdance,” explained Andrea McCarney, co-owner of The Heart of Ireland School of Dance studio in Midlothian. She owns the three-year-old dance studio with... Read more
The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV), in partnership with Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation will offer four camps this summer. Diggin’ in History for Beginners is designed for children ages eight to12 who will learn how to search for clues from the past. Hands-on activities include... Read more
Frosty’s Corner is a historical salute for many of the long-standing residents of Chesterfield County. County citizens continue to use this intersection (Iron Bridge Road and Cogbill Road) as a landmark for directions. The name “Frosty’s Corner” came from life-long resident Roy Dean “Frosty” Smith. He was born in... Read more
Draft Bikeways and Trails Plan, which is proposed to be a new chapter of the Comprehensive Plan is moving forward. The plan, which will be part of the overall Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Master Plan made its way through a countywide public meeting process and was approved by... Read more
If you are interested in history, the early beginnings of America and Native Americans, there  is an outdoor living history museum in your backyard. Chester is home to Henricus Historical Park, which has been re-creating a 1611 Citie of Henricus, 1611-1622, the London Company’s second English settlement in the... Read more
Explore Chesterfield County’s diverse trails by registering for the Great Park Challenge (GPC). The GPC encourages individuals and families to visit five different county parks in order to answer questions about the parks. Registration will take place Saturday, June 6, at 8 a.m. at any one of the five... Read more