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Week 7 recaps

The Knights cruised by the Colonials on homecoming weekend. The team had an outstanding defensive effort, pitching the shutout as linebacker Sam Stark intercepted a pass that would have given the Colonials an early touchdown.

Current VHSL Playoff Standings

This week's VHSL playoff standings and project playoff match-ups!

FOOTBALL TOP 5

Josh Mathews and Jack Herron rank the top 5 teams in Chesterfield.

Civil War Nurse Returns To Historic Point of Rocks

“In the distance, a procession is led to a small hillside to pay their final respects. Women are dressed in typical mourning attire, clutching their little “hankies” to accommodate the flow of tears.

County P&R wins award financial help for Dutch Gap and Henricus Historical Park

Chesterfield County has received a $125,000 award from the National Park Service (NPS) Chesapeake Bay Office to design and implement its project at the Relic River Marsh Area on the James River at the Dutch Gap Conservation Area and Henricus Historical Park.

Multi-family building outpaces single family construction

Homebuilding in Chesterfield, although not single-family homes, is experiencing a comeback. The County is experiencing less single-family-building permits, but overall residential home building, when apartments and townhomes are included

The turtles are coming: Don’t worry, it will take them a while to get here

Pau Pau has a new obsession and you could watch them all day long – babies. It doesn’t matter – human babies, kittens, baby birds and even baby turtles. Martha Nemitz has a new obsession as her granddaughter placed on her Face book page, “Pau Pau has a new obsession.”

D.C. to Richmond high-speed rail evaluated

The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT), in cooperation with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), is evaluating enhanced intercity passenger rail service between Washington, D.C. and Richmond, Va. Preliminary engineering and environmental review will be conducted for the 115-mile corridor.