Trump supporters have called anti-Trump protesters “spoiled brats.” We have elected a braggart, a bigot, and a bully, and he is the real spoiled brat. After a devastating loss, I find comfort in the future generation of voters. My grandchildren, now teenagers, work hard in school. They face challenges... Read more
Two Chesterfield County Public Schools students won the Virginia War Memorial 2016 Veterans Day Essay Contest, and the students both read their winning essays at the Veterans Day Ceremony Nov. 11 at the Virginia War Memorial. The winner for the middle school category is Jordan Bowe, an eighth-grade student... Read more
Highland Springs 34 L.C. Bird 20 By Josh Mathews As Highland Springs started its defense of the 5A state title, the team knew it would take a complete effort on both sides of the football. That’s what the Springers made against the visiting L.C. Bird. Senior quarterback Juwan Carter... Read more
By Danielle Ozbat In an effort to foster better community relations and create a positive impression of police, the Chesterfield County Police Department executed a policy change that allows police officers to issue written warnings for minor traffic offenses. The policy began Jan. 1, and Chesterfield County became the... Read more
Stirring the pot at Hops in the Park at Henricus   Read more
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The Chesterfield-Colonial Heights 2016 Christmas Mother, Debbie Koller, hosted the 9th annual auction last Saturday at the Cultural Center of India. 350 tickets were sold for this fabulous night of bidding. Over $48,000 was raised to ensure families in need in our community experience the magic of Christmas. Bonnie... Read more
During the warmest days of 2016 (June 28 – August 5), Chesterfield County conducted a quality of life survey called the Blueprint Chesterfield. The highpoints of the public service portion of the survey highlighted every aspect of what police Corp. George Fisher has done on the Jefferson Davis Highway corridor. Out... Read more
When choosing the fall musical for the current school year, the theater students at Thomas Dale High School’s Specialty Center for the Arts expressed their desire to see more diversity on stage. As a result, the drama instructors went with “The Wiz,” an urban reimagining of L. Frank Baum’s... Read more
      ***Don’t miss photos photos below*** Patrons enjoyed a cocktail reception with music performed by the Appomattox Regional Governor’s School string quartet. During dinner, music was provided by the Cook County Blue Grass Band, the Stavna Ballet performed. All proceeds from the event will benefit the construction... Read more