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Building in Chesterfield mirrors Richmond Fed Reserve projections

Home building in Chesterfield, since the 1970s, has been the mainstay of the local economy. Home building has supplied the county with employment, real estate taxes, an increase in property values and growth that has contributed to schools and an increase in public safety as other ancillary services.

BOS member retires, School Board member seeks reelection

Art Warren a Chesterfield County District Supervisor for Clover Hill, announced that he would not seek election this year.

Riding the rails

It is because of the generosity of members, which Virginia High-Speed Rail (VHSR) continues to be recognized as one of the most successful transportation non-profits across the country.

Chesterfield Center For The Arts Foundation announces new board

The Chesterfield Center for the Arts Foundation has selected new board members and officers for 2015. The new board members are Hugh A. Cline, Amanda King, Lane Ramsey, Gail Letts, Sam West, George Emerson, Elizabeth Matthews, P.C. Amin, C.F. (Sonny) Currin, H. Clem Carlisle, James Jacobs and Brennen Keene as legal representative.

Hayes appointed Director of Utilities

After a competitive national recruitment, George B. Hayes was appointed as the director of the Chesterfield County Department of Utilities today. Hayes has over 22 years of progressive experience in the water and wastewater industry.

Henricus Historical Park Receives Education Grant from The CarMax Foundation

Henricus Historical Park announced today that it has been awarded a $5,000 grant from The CarMax Foundation to assist in the execution of SOL- and STEM-aligned, multi-curricular programming for students enrolled in the After School Program for Richmond City Public Schools for grades K-5.

Watercolor exhibit at Chester Library

The artist that will be exhibiting at the Chester Library in January and February is Gene Berry. His collection of watercolors, Inspirations Everywhere, is an exploration of people, animals, architecture and the things of everyday life.

Chesterfield offers Suicide Prevention Training

Can you recognize suicide-risk signs? Do you know how to effectively intervene? Get the training you need. Applied Suicide Intervention Training will be provided by Prevention Services, Chesterfield County Mental Health Support Services Department, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 13-14, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m