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“We started looking at housing and schools and how those things are really connected,” said Bob Adams, from Community Housing Partners, last week, during a Poverty and Public Education Forum, at Thomas Dale High School.
Governor Terry McAuliffe, last Tuesday in Chester, announced the launch of the Governor’s Access Plan, or GAP, which will provide vital medical and behavioral health services for 20,000 individuals who have a serious mental illness and are uninsured.
While single-family-residential building is down 3.8 percent from 2014 compared to 2013, existing-single-family home sales are up. According to Market Minute, a product of Long and Foster Realtors®, sales in December 2014 were up compared to December 2013.
Thirty-five years ago there were no CT scans or MRIs, family doctors took care of their patients during their stay in hospitals and life expectancy was 68 years old. Life expectancy today is 80-plus for men and women, emergency rooms do not hesitate to order a CT scan for accident victims
There are more than 200,000 lights within feet of each other on the Brenspark Road and the Husting Street neighborhood all because of the “friendly competition” that started some years back in one Chesterfield neighborhood.
Centenarian, Ruth McDaniel Garst Showalter, danced, laughed, bowled and always found time to have fun.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like hanging out with some of our community’s finest? On Thanksgiving, I spent a few hours with the brave men at Fire Station 14.
Chesterfield County took a step back in time recently when the Chesterfield County Police Department celebrated 100 years of service. The year was 1914, November 9.
They conducted a reenactment of the Board of Supervisors action that created the police department a century ago.
The U.S. flag was proudly displayed to honor our veterans at the sixth annual luncheon honoring local disabled veterans. The event took place last Thursday at the Keystone Antique Truck and Tractor Museum in Colonial Heights.