It could be one of the finest sensory experiences in the world; pungent, sharp, sweet and intoxicating.
Governor Bob McDonnell announced that the Virginia Board of Education unanimously approved an A-F grading system that will assign letter grades to schools based on the percentages of students demonstrating proficiency, academic growth and college and career readiness.
Chesterfield County Police have stepped up countywide traffic safety patrols in preparation for the Thanksgiving holiday and in conjunction with the national Click It or Ticket and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaigns.
The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on December 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the County Public Meeting Room at the Chesterfield Administration Building, Rt. 10 and Lori Road. The meeting will address the lease of real property at the softball complexes at Harry G. Daniel Park at Iron Bridge and Warbro Athletic Complex.
Chesterfield General Registrar Lawrence Haake is under a 90-day deadline to scrub the county’s voter rolls. A statewide recount of Virginia election results in the attorney general’s race is expected to be complete before then.
As Thanksgiving is suddenly here, many begin to reflect not only on what they are thankful for in their own lives but what they have done to help others be thankful.
When Christie Jackson in a leading role of “The Drowsy Chaperone” sings “I don’t want to show off no more!” she and the company on the intimate stage of the now reopened Historic Swift Creek Mills Theater are about to prove to be wrong about that.
Back in November of 1990, the Curtis students joined together to bury a Literacy Time Capsule. Student Leigh Hagan, a fourth grader at Curtis, was shown throwing the first shovel of dirt in a photograph taken during the ceremony.