Poo Stations to be Planted Around Chesterfield
The James River Association has installed 30 pet waste stations throughout City of Richmond parks, the James River Park System and Chesterfield County parks. Funded by a Department of Environmental Quality grant, the intent of this project is to make it convenient for pet owners to clean up after... Read more
Photo Contest
TO VOTE ON PHOTOS CLICK HERE The Village News Summer Fun Photo Contest is in its third week and has received several entries.  More entries will be publish in the July 22 issue and entries may also be seen on the Village News website at www.villagenewsonline.com. The contest will... Read more
100 and counting
Turning 100 is just another day for May Youngblood Kerwin.  Her bright eyes and jubilent smile reflect the attitude she carries with her every day.  She does not want to miss anything in life and most importantly she wants to see her family happy and healthy. “I don’t think... Read more
News Briefs
VSU Skyline Change     A new 175-ft tall 2-million gallon water storage tank for Virginia State University (VSU) and Chesterfield County at the VSU Randolph Farm is nearing completion. The tank was recently painted with VSU logos on the ground and was raised into position. Traffic Increase near Amazon... Read more
Division or Misunderstanding
Almost 150 trucks and cars displaying Confederate battle, American and “Don’t Tread” on Me flags paraded from Matoaca to Dinwiddie and through Petersburg and  Hopewell west on Route 10, ending in Chester. The entourage turned heads and prompted car horns and a couple of thrown shoes and bottles until... Read more
Lights, Camera, Action!
Chester was the location for movie making  last week. For two days,  location shooting took place at the home of Debbie and Joseph Boykin as it served as Aunt Judith’s large country home for the movie “Shooting the Prodigal.” At 5:50 a.m., over 50 production crew members, volunteer and... Read more
Old Time Bluegrass at Third Thursdays July 16
If flat-footin’ is your favorite dance or you just enjoy the notes flowing from a talented bluegrass band, then the Cary Street Ramblers will be just your thing. For that matter, they are a crowd pleaser for any music lover. The Ramblers will be playing at the Third Thursdays... Read more
Historic Edgewood House Could Soon Be Bed & Breakfest
A bed and breakfast and special events venue could be approved in a historic house just north of the newly constructed Walmart in North Chesterfield. The proposed B and B would be located in the historic Edgewood House on Hopkins Road. The Chesterfield County Planning Commission on July 21... Read more
Summer Fun Photo Contest
TO VOTE ON PHOTOS CLICK HERE The Village News Summer Fun Photo Contest is in its second week and has received several entries.  More entries will be publish in the July 15 issue and entries may also be seen on the Village News website at www.villagenewsonline.com. The contest will... Read more
Anderson Sets Sights on Old Dominion
Dating back to last summer, L.C. Bird baseball alum Corey Anderson and his mother Sonya Anderson were not sure if he would be able to take the field this spring due to a herinated disc in his back. The injury likely cost Anderson valuable time to be viewed by... Read more