One of my great joys in writing for the Village News has been getting to know Eddie Goss. I had known of Goss for decades, but didn’t really know him. I did know that he was a very successful coach at every stop along the way, and even though he has replaced a sharp-looking suit with a more casual look on the sidelines, his professional demeanor is still very much present.
Early last year, Chelsea Raine put her passion for writing and “thing” for vampires to work, starting the first in what will be a series of four vampire romance novels. “On Jan. 27 last year, I started writing,” she said. Since then, she’s completed two novels and is working on a third novel and a script for a film adaptation of her first book, she said.
When ChesterFest returns to the Village Green next month, so too will a host of artisans and crafters that will tempt festival goers with their varied wares. Kay Braswell, of Chester, and Jean Alvis, of Quinton, Va., are two of the more than 140 vendors who will set up shop at ChesterFest this year.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs help to identify and find a man who robbed Chubby’s at 10220 Midlothian Turnpike on Wednesday, June 6, at about 10 p.m.
BROOKSHIRE DR 8/12 Ravensdale. The victim awoke to the sound of his front door being forced open. Upon leaving his bedroom, he was confronted by the known suspect, who threatened to assault the victim with a bad. One of the subjects, accompanying the suspect, displayed a handgun and used it to carve graffiti on one of the walls.
Calendar of events for the week of Wednesday, August 18, 2010 to Thursday, August 26, 2010.
It’s been a busy summer for the boys of Safety Word Orange. The Richmond-based band recently completed the third in a string of summer tours and performed at the Vans Warped Tour in Virginia Beach, according to drummer Travis King, a Chester native.
About half of Michale and Ellen Maxey’s six acres off Centralia Road is wetlands protected by a conservation easement, which keeps it in a natural state – a dense forest canopy shading several species of ferns, milkweed and calico aster. Great Branch Creek winds through the property, providing an easy water access for deer, beaver and geese.