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

Henricus’ Dauber Dash 600 strong

The third annual Dauber Dash led hundreds to Henricus Historical Park Saturday morning, transforming the living history site into a haven for runners of all ages and ability levels.

Local law enforcement, Attorney General speak in Bensley

State and local officials gathered at the Bensley Community Center Tuesday night in celebration of the 28th National Night Out and used the opportunity to address local residents on the importance of the working partnership between local law enforcement and the community.

Coyner announces bid for School Board

Carrie E. Coyner is running for the Bermuda District School Board seat. She is a mother, wife, attorney, entrepreneur, and small business owner, and she hopes to earn your vote to be “the voice for the next generation.”

Wish Granted: A young lady’s Broadway experience

One glance at her room and it’s no secret that Faith Miller is crazy about “Wicked,” the musical. Sitting in front of autographed pictures and the posters of green-faced witches on her walls is a suitcase – a prop – used in the actual Broadway show a few weeks ago.

Chesterfield team wins BIB Tournament

When it comes to little league tournaments, the Boys Invitational Baseball (BIB) Tournament just might be king. It’s got history, and it’s something the community has embraced for years.

Meadowbrook’s Joey Richeson to lead Central District athletic directors

Meadowbrook High School’s Joey Richeson will begin this school year as Chairperson of the Central District’s team of athletic directors.

Bird High School graduate signs with Washington Redskins

A third Chesterfield County product has signed with the NFL as a non-drafted free agent. Former L.C. Bird and University of Richmond linebacker Eric McBride signed with the Washington Redskins, and is currently in training camp.

Ashley named emergency management coordinator

Chesterfield County has named Emily Ashley the new emergency management coordinator. Ashley, the former emergency management coordinator for Gloucester County, began her new job in Chesterfield County Aug. 8 following the recent retirement of Curt Nellis.