In a culture where fads spread more quickly than disease, a group of local individuals view environmentalism as more than just “going green,” and are educating people on their direct impact on the preservation of nature.
The Board of Supervisors last week approved a revised streetlight policy intended to improve energy efficiency, cut light pollution and help decrease projected increases in operating costs.
In October, three members of area garden clubs tried their hands at interpreting art masterworks into floral materials.
Outstanding client service, ethics and professionalism have helped Thomas W. Steele, of Chesterfield, qualify for the exclusive “Court of the Table” of the Million Dollar Round Table, the premier association of financial professionals, according to a press release.
Several area residents recently gained membership to the Marching Virginians at Virginia Tech, according to information from the school.
Matt Seymour, a member of the Holiday Bowl Youth League, recently bowled a perfect game of 300.
Over two weeks have elapsed since longtime Thomas Dale football coach Vic Williams lost his battle with cancer, and because his passing occurred just one year since last season’s magical run to the Knights’ first state football crown, many fans have undoubtedly reflected on how short and fragile life can be.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs help to identify and find the person responsible for stealing cash and credit cards from a vehicle at the American Family Fitness Center at 501 East Roslyn Road, and later using the credit cards to make purchases at the Walmart in Colonial Heights.