For L.C. Bird head coach David Bedwell, the third time felt like the first time. With the Skyhawks’ 22-19 victory over Tuscarora, they became the eighth team in Virginia history to win their third straight state title – a three-peat.
Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) last Tuesday voted to install video cameras on some school buses.
The National Association of Town Watch has released its top award winners for participation in the 2014 National Night Out. Chesterfield County ranked eighth nationally and first in the state among localities with populations of 300,000 or more.
The Matoaca High School Best Buddies, Key Club and SCA teamed up under the leadership of student Alexis Nichols and the club sponsors to organize a toy drive to benefit Mason’s Toy Box, an organization that collects toys to deliver to children hospitalized during the holiday season.
The BGB group has increased their investment in Virginia manufacturing operations with BGB Property Company, Inc.’s acquisition of 1000 Port Walthall Drive, South Chesterfield.
There are more than 200,000 lights within feet of each other on the Brenspark Road and the Husting Street neighborhood all because of the “friendly competition” that started some years back in one Chesterfield neighborhood.
Recently, Flagstop Car Wash gathered together all the gifts they had prepared for their annual Christmas Mother contribution. In November, they had managed to raise $567 during a fundraising event for a family chosen by the Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Christmas Mother Program.
Meadowbrook High School’s Family and Consumer and Science Department hosted Virginia’s first Mobile University College Application Presentation recently. The Mobile College Search Application was designed by James Childs, Owner/CEO of Leverage Applications, a division of E-Step Consulting, Inc.