The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a series of break-ins. Between Friday, April 17, and Monday, April 20, two homes were broken into in the Southcreek subdivision in southern Chesterfield County. One home was on Southcreek Drive and the... Read more
Aloi, Mrs. Margaret “Margie” Kay, 72, of Chesterfield, widow of Frank E. Aloi. Angel, Mr. Kenneth William, of North Chesterfield, formerly of Colonial Heights. Ashe, Mr. Raymond Bayton Jr., 63, of Chesterfield, husband of Betty Anne Ashe. Belcher, Mrs. Kathryn Holt, 100, of North Chesterfield, widow of Ernest Perry Belcher. Bell, Mr. William Thomas,... Read more
We have seen two mass transit incidents lately that had totally different outcomes. The Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia injured and tragically killed many. The other incident involved a commercial bus near DC that caught on fire. Whether you are utilizing mass transit or become entangled in the aftermath of... Read more
If you are interested in history, the early beginnings of America and Native Americans, there  is an outdoor living history museum in your backyard. Chester is home to Henricus Historical Park, which has been re-creating a 1611 Citie of Henricus, 1611-1622, the London Company’s second English settlement in the... Read more
Proud parents Greg and Kim Lanier last week accompanied their son Andrew Lanier as he signed a letter of intent to run cross country for Longwood University. Andrew is a standout on the Matoaca Warrior cross country and track teams where he qualified for regionals freshman through senior year... Read more
L.C. Bird High School would like to announce the L.C. Bird Basketball Skills Camp 2015. The camp, which will take place from June 15 to 19, is for girls ages six to 16. The camp will be headed by L.C. Bird’s Coach Chevette Waller, who has over 15 years... Read more
Explore Chesterfield County’s diverse trails by registering for the Great Park Challenge (GPC). The GPC encourages individuals and families to visit five different county parks in order to answer questions about the parks. Registration will take place Saturday, June 6, at 8 a.m. at any one of the five... Read more
Molly McFadden, a special education teacher from Curtis Elementary was awarded a MCD Grant of $5,000 for the 2015-2016 school year.  Ms. McFadden will purchase stand-up desks for a variety of classrooms at Curtis. The purpose of the desks is to accommodate students with different learning styles, allowing them... Read more
English 10 students from Caroline Brown, Gina Hackett, and Beth Lucas’s classes hosted an event on May 29 certain to affect the hearts and minds of the L.C. Bird community while trying to effect real and lasting change in our world. Bird’s “Change the World Extravaganza” was held in the L.C.... Read more
Austin Leighton, a 10th grader at Thomas Dale High School has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston from June 28 to- June 30. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering or... Read more