Adams, Hughes sworn in as constitutional officers
Carey Adams and Jenefer Hughes were sworn in as constitutional officers of Chesterfield County Friday afternoon. In a ceremony in the county’s public meeting room, Adams was sworn in as county treasurer, and Hughes was sworn in as the county’s commissioner of the revenue. Adams has worked for Chesterfield... Read more
To open for the holidays we give thanks for our good fortune

Police Blotter

Police Blotter November 22, 2017

BARBOURSVILLE LN (63xx block) 10/27/2017 9:00 a.m. – Miscellaneous property stolen from residence. BENHILL DR (21xx block) 02/02/2017 12:00 a.m. – Household goods, jewelry, money, and miscellaneous items stolen from residence. BENTWOOD LN (95xx block) 11/01/2017 4:00 p.m. – Front driver’s side door entered. Jewelry and miscellaneous property stolen... Read more

Recently Deceased

Obituaries November 22, 2017

Almeida, Mr. Wilfred “Bill” Edmond Sr., 95, of Chester, widower of Joyce Ann Cumbie Almeida. Barton, Mr. Kenneth L. Jr., 65, of Chesterfield. Beglau, Mr. L. Wallace, 82, of Chesterfield, an Army veteran, husband of Ilyne Beglau. Bell, Mr. Marshall, 86, of North Chesterfield, widower of Daris Bell. Blalock, Mrs. Betty Jane Boisseau, 79,... Read more
T hanksgiving is a time when families gather around a table full of turkey, dressing, and all the fixings. Unless you buy a fully prepared meal, someone is going to get to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. In other words, a lot of cooking normally takes... Read more
Local student to play in jazz ensemble
During its fall concert, the Eastern Mennonite University Jazz Ensemble, of which North Chesterfield’s William Ragland is a member, will play swing, up-tempo funk, two Benny Carter pieces, and more. The 16-member ensemble under the direction of Robert Curry will take the stage at Lehman Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov.... Read more
C.C. Wells Elementary participated in their first Turkey Trot for a Cause, a project-based learning event developed by fifth grade students during their resource classes.  The students were challenged with this problem: they wanted to help kids impacted by a hurricane and develop a school-wide event that would raise funds to help... Read more
     Chesterfield Career & Technical Center students of the Cisco Networking Academy, working alongside industry professionals, hosted the inaugural Hack4Troops cyber-security fundraiser event on Veterans Day and helped to raise over $14,000 to support veterans through the Tech For Troops Project. High school students, college students, and professionals... Read more
By Harrison Louis and Josh Matthews Manchester 41, Thomas Dale 7 It was tabbed as the local showdown that football fans had been waiting for two 6A foes, the second-ranked Manchester Lancers and the third-ranked Thomas Dale Knights at Lloyd Swelnis Stadium, both teams fresh off blowout victories where... Read more
Hello, and welcome back to the thankful world of the Dogpound. As you are awareI have been writing furiously to get ahead of my Master’s demands for the month of November. I am in crunch time, since every week in November I have something going on to make it... Read more