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Commission to take up 4 tower requests

The Planning Commission is set to take up four requests for conditional use permits for communications towers at its April 20 meeting.

Legal briefs: April 14, 2010

Public hearings on the following items are scheduled for the Planning Commission’s April 20 evening meeting, which will begin at 6 p.m. and take place in the Public Meeting Room of the Chesterfield Administration Building...

Chester Rotary inducts new member

Allen Thompson (right) was recently inducted into the Chester Rotary Club. He was sponsored by Rotary member Chris Sovine (center). Also pictured is Brion Seward, president of the Chester Rotary.

Enjoy 50 years of fashion on May 6

Early in 1960, the Episcopal Church Women of St. John’s in Chester were discussing new ways to raise money for the charities they supported. One of the younger members, Ginny Windsor, suggested a fashion show luncheon, an activity that had been very successful at a church she had attended in Hopewell.

Women used stolen credit card number in October

Crime Solvers needs the community’s help to identify two women who used a stolen credit card number to make fraudulent purchases at Sheetz, 231 East Hundred Road, on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2009.

Police Blotter: April 14, 2010

MARINA DR 4/03 Falling Creek Apartments. One female victim was returning to her apartment when an unknown suspect approached her from behind and forced her inside the apartment door at gunpoint. Once inside, the victim was forced to the floor while the suspect searched the apartment for valuables. The suspect then fled the apartment and entered another nearby apartment where a male and female victim were robbed of their valuables at gunpoint. The suspect then fled the area on foot.

Upward Soccer provides opportunity for 175 Meadowbrook area youngsters

Beulah United Methodist Church has embraced the Upward Sports concept and is happily hosting 21 soccer teams each Saturday morning, fulfilling Upward’s mission to introduce children to Jesus Christ by creating opportunities through sports.

Waldrop unhittable in leading Dale to 7-0 start

Thomas Dale junior Lacey Waldrop proved she was not fooling in firing a perfect game on April 1 versus visiting Hopewell. She followed that up with more domination, leading the Knights to a championship in the Colonial Heights Holiday Tournament last week. Tournament entries included some of the better teams in the Central Region, and the championship elevated coach Dennis Jones’ team to the top of the class in area softball.