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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
September 27, 2014 - 7:00pm

Chester Baptist Church joins ‘Compassion Revolution’

On September 13, Chester Baptist Church held an Operation Inasmuch event. Operation Inasmuch is a nonprofit organization that encourages churches to join a “Compassion Revolution.” Over 1,600 churches in 21 states have joined the Revolution.

Chesterfield Chamber Craft Beer Festival

The Chamber held their inaugural Craft Beer Festival at Westchester Commons on Saturday, September 13. In spite of the on-again off-again rain showers, there were a decent amount of beer lovers present. The VIP tent was hosted by Sedona Tap House.

The Next Level: Clarke, Johnson, Rivers

Catch up with Deon Clarke, Anthony Rivers and Gerard Johnson

Dale, Matoaca, Bird field hockey look to improve on 2013 season

The Matoaca Warriors had a banner year in 2013, advancing to the 5A South Regional tournament, falling to Lee-Davis to end their season. While they lost a few players to graduation, the remaining talent is battling to gel, stay healthy and keep things on the right track.

Week 2 Recaps

Thomas Dale (1-2) picked up their first victory of the season against a talented Varina squad.

Jacob Thore has a passion for the stage

On July 30th, 1997 an aspiring star was born with a special talent that he would use everywhere. Jacob Thore, a senior at Meadowbrook, is a natural when it comes to theatre. Since his freshman year he has been an active participant by taking the class at Meadowbrook (MBK) and acting in the plays.

SOL scores remain flat

Chesterfield County Public Schools’ pass rates on mandated Standards of Learning tests continue to exceed or meet state averages in the “all students” category, according to 2013-14 school year testing results released by the Virginia Department of Education.

Brighter Living to Expand Sunflower Gardens Memory Impairment Wing to Single-Story Alzheimer’s Specialty Center

A new 35,000 square foot Alzheimer’s Specialty Center to be located in Prince George County, has broken ground. The Alzheimer’s Specialty Center, Sunflower Gardens, will be located behind the existing assisted living.