The Haven for Hope Committee at First Baptist Church Centralia is sponsoring a musical for the community. “Celebrating the Pioneers of Gospel Music,” will be held at the church on Sunday, April 24, at 3 p.m., featuring First Baptist Church Centralia Mass Choir in concert.  The concert is free.... Read more
The 41st Annual Fort Clifton Arts & Crafts Festival will be held May 7 and 8 at Berberich Park – site of Fort Clifton in Colonial Heights located behind Tussing, Elementary – 5501 Conduit Rd. The Fort Clifton Festival began in May of 1976 as part of the Bicentennial... Read more
Madison and Jordan Clark visiting their 97-year-old great-great Aunt Edith in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Read more
Meaghan and Emily Priddy visited Disney World in March with family. Read more
Members of Matoaca High School Future Business Leaders of America recently volunteered their time and service at the Chesterfield Food Bank, located on Iron Bridge Road in Chester. This event was organized by Austin Sutherland, chapter secretary and was a huge success. The representatives at the food bank were... Read more
“No Signal,” an intriguing, collaborative photography exhibit by R. Jehrad Gholson, Jr., former Matoaca high school football standout and his family, will be on display at Petersburg Public Library through April 30, 2016. The exhibit may be viewed during Library hours: Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. until 9 p.m.,... Read more
The students worked since November practicing day after day to be ready for their big show. “The kids put in a lot of hours to give a quality show,” Martha Holland Stanley, head of Theatre Department, and director of the play, at Beth Davis Middle School said. Stanley said... Read more
Put your inner scientist to the test. Use your imagination. Get inventive. Watch robots at work. Try out your artistic talents. Learn a new skill. Experience high-tech learning spaces. Hit the dance floor. Explore in-demand careers in science, technology, engineering, math and health care (STEM-H). Do all of this... Read more
Fast as a speeding bullet, Matoaca’s Jacorey Flood has burst off the starting block on the track and into collegiate pursuits. This past week, the Warrior signed his letter of intent to the track and field program at Stevenson University. “Great atmosphere, coaches and the players really welcomed me... Read more
L.C. Bird standout football player Isaiah Moore picked up his third offer this week from the Naval Academy. Moore has previously been offered a place by Army, ironically Navy’s biggest rival, and Old Dominion University. The linebacker has also visited several other colleges and should see more offers in... Read more