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December 7, 2014 - 11:00am

Police blotter

MEADOWDALE BLVD 12/27 Regency Lake Apartments. Victim was walking home from Food Lion when the described suspect approached him, displayed a handgun and demanded his property. When the victim showed he had nothing the suspect wanted, the suspect told the victim to run. As the victim walked away, the suspect fired several shots, striking the victim in the leg.

Paranormal History Tour and Workshop

Join Spirited History Investigations, a team of professional paranormal investigators as they explore the rich history of Castlewood during the month of January.

Locals graduate from Senior Ambassadors progam

The Chesterfield County senior advocate recently announced the 19 graduates of its Senior Ambassadors program, an eight-week course that allows adults 55 and older to broaden their knowledge of the county and to learn how they can better the community through self-enrichment and volunteerism.

Registration opens Jan. 9 for workforce training and other Adult Continuing Education opportunities

Jan. 9 is the start of registration for workforce training and other classes offered for residents 18 and older by Adult Continuing Education. Details are included in the winter/spring program guide, which is available online at mychesterfieldschools.com and in county libraries.

Martin makes Dean’s List at Bridgewater

Heidi Martin, a sophomore majoring in biology, from Chesterfield, made the Dean’s List for the fall semester at Bridgewater College. Dr. Carol A. Scheppard, vice president and dean for academic affairs, last week announced the list of those who excelled academically.

Pegram leads the way for Lady Monarchs

Typically when a high school team loses five seniors, the forecast may be a bumpy one for that following season. After all, it’s a part of the high school four year cycle. For the Meadowbrook girl’s basketball team, a team that finished last season with a 21-5 record, but after losing five key contributors, it appeared to be a ‘rebuilding’ year for the Lady Monarchs.

CTC dental students provide free services to students

Chesterfield Technical Centers’ Dental Occupations 1 and 2 classes held their third annual Dental Clinic for Victoria Elementary and Kenbridge Elementary Schools in November.

Four more teachers attain National Board certification, and two teachers renew certification

Four additional Chesterfield teachers have achieved National Board certification, which is one of the highest credentials in education, and two National Board Certified Teachers have renewed their certification. They will be honored during a regional pinning ceremony at 5 p.m. Jan. 12 at Virginia Commonwealth University in the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, 922 Park Ave.