The Chesterfield Department of Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Chesterfield Historical Society, is offering a four-hour driving tour of the Civil War battle sites that played a major role in the 1864 Bermuda Hundred Campaign on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning at... Read more
Chesterfield Community High School is changing and in a major way. College and Career Academies combine the best of traditional academic instruction and vocational education in preparing students for both college and careers. Community High School has been a school, which helps students who have fallen behind or are at... Read more
First Christian Church of Hopewell will host its Third Annual Madalon Lane Memorial Golf Tournament at River’s Bend Golf Club, located at 17000 Hogan’s Alley, on July 18, 2015.  The funds raised will assist in sending children to Craig Springs Summer Camp in southwest Virginia. The cost of the... Read more
Hello and welcome back to the wonderful world of the Dogpound.  We had a bit of a scare over the weekend.  What Max? Okay, you are right it was not a small scare; it was a big scare.  I had to go to a wedding over the weekend, so... Read more
Conference 12 Tennis Matoaca is the most likely contender out of the teams left in the Chester area, as L.C. Bird does not field a tennis program, and while Meadowbrook has shown some promise, they have struggled to string together success. The boys had their work cut out for... Read more
The Florida State Seminoles, led by Lacey Waldrop were able to repeat as ACC Tournament Champions for the second straight season. The Seminoles swept three games in Blacksburg, Va., last weekend defeating Boston College, North Carolina State and Pitt for the crown. Waldrop picked up her 28th win of... Read more
A pair of talented strikers roam the soccer field in Southern Chesterfield. The two youthful players are big drivers of offense and are among the leading goal scorers in the Central Region. Thomas Dale’s Dominique Grubbs is the Knights’ most potent offensive attacker – in fact she has already... Read more
L.C. Bird alum Tatyana Jordan continued her softball and academic career at Virginia State University. The outfielder’s freshman season was a great success. The former Skyhawk hauled in CIAA All-Rookie Team and All-Tournament honors for the 2015 season. Jordan hit .364 during her first year, driving in 11 runs... Read more
While chanting is not common during track meets, if Marsh played basketball, that is what the crowd would shout. The secret has been out on jumper Titiana Marsh. The Thomas Dale freshman turned heads by hitting a triple jump of 40’ as a frosh. Proving it was not a... Read more
Matoaca baseball, golf, and basketball athlete Sam Smith committed to Richard Bland College to play golf. Smith, a 2013 5A Golf State Champion will be a part of the Statesmen’s inaugural golf team in the fall. He joins Matthew Padgett as a recent Matoaca golf alum to ascend to... Read more