Football season is in full swing and we are reminded of the importance of recognizing, treating, and preventing concussions. Though football may be more often associated with concussions, they can occur in any sport where contact is possible. The short and long-term effects of concussions have been responsible for... Read more
Fall is rolling along. As you look around, many deciduous trees are beginning to shed their leaves. Before long your yard will have its own coat of many colors. Or will it? Leaf removal is critical to successful sports turf management such as golf courses and ball fields. Their... Read more
Washington politicians do not have to listen to constituents. Virginia politicians stay out of site on off election years, but local county supervisors make decisions that matter to you immediately. They can be convinced by their constituents on how to vote, and you can reach them by phone and... Read more
Washington politicians do not have to listen to constituents. Virginia politicians stay out of site on off election years, but local county supervisors make decisions that matter to you immediately. They can be convinced by their constituents on how to vote, and you can reach them by phone and... Read more
ALDRIDGE AVE (25xx block) 10/05/2015 6:00 a.m. – Unknown suspect attempted to gain entry into the residence through the rear door. At this time nothing has been reported stolen. AUTUMN POINT DR (69xx block) 10/07/2015 6:00 p.m. – Known suspect took victim’s front license plate. BRANNER PL (124xx block)... Read more
Allen, Mrs. Debra Lee, 58, of Chesterfield. Anderson, Mr. Edward Rhea “Andy/Eddie” Sr., 71, of Chesterfield, a Vietnam War Marine Corps veteran, husband of Roxie Brooks Anderson. Carro, Mrs. Jean Williams, 70, of Chesterfield, wife of Louis Carro. Crawford, Mr. Richard Malcolm, 74, of North Chesterfield, widower of Florence Virginia Crawford. Eason, Mr.... Read more
I am going to take a break from my series “From the Engine to the Truck” and address an issue that will hurt or kill some hunters this season. I do not know the statistics in Virginia or across the country, but I know my personal experience with a... Read more
Falling Creek Ironworks Day
America’s first New World industrial site, the 1619-1622 ironworks on Falling Creek, took another baby step last Saturday with the unveiling and dedication of six new interpretive signs. They described the industrial history that once existed at Falling Creek. A project and proposed park, that has been the passion... Read more
Come for Dessert Contest Winners
The Chesterfield County Fair, in conjunction with the Virginia Egg Council, sponsored a dessert recipe contest on Saturday, Aug. 29 during the 102nd Chesterfield County Fair. Any type of dessert could be entered as long as it was made with at least six eggs. There were 17 desserts entered... Read more
Ashbury Memorial United Methodist Church, 7151 Belmont Rd., Chesterfield. will hold a community outreach program on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. There will be a bazaar with many crafts, country store, barbecue, lunch, bake sale and much more. There will also be yard sale items... Read more