Upon a knoll sitting quietly above the railroad tracks at the cross section of Centralia and Chester roads is a gothic-looking structure that is very familiar by old-timers but may be a curiosity for new comers.
The real estate property tax for the coming year could approach $1 per $100 of the assessed value of your home if the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisor votes to implement the advertised increase they voted in favor of last week.
About halfway between the Chester and Hull Street Kroger Supermarkets, a new Kroger is about to grow out of the woods on Iron Bridge Road opposite the WaWa near Chesterfield Courthouse.
Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction of six more weeks of winter seems to be holding true. Another blast of snow and ice paid us a visit on Wednesday into late Thursday. The storm rolled in with thunder snow and snow lighting late Wednesday giving commuters hazardous driving conditions making for a long commute home.
MEGA Mentors, now in its fourth year, provides mentoring and tutoring in three Chesterfield high schools and one middle school. They are growing faster than the group can keep tutors and mentors vounteering.
The Bensley-Bermuda Volunteer Rescue (BBVRS) Squad recently held its 60th Officers Installation Banquet and awards ceremony at the Holiday Inn (Southpark) in Colonial Heights on January 28. The ceremony was hosted by the Bensley Bermuda Auxiliary.
Oil paintings by local artist Linda Shields representing the beauty of nature along rivers and lakes will be shown in an exhibition that opens at the Chester Library in March.
Encouraging young art students to show their talents and potential early in their lives is a prime objective for the teachers of the arts programs at Chesterfield’s L.C. Bird High School. Five of the 26 art pieces submitted by Bird were awarded by “Scholastic Art Magazine’s national Art and Writing” competition.