The School Board last week unanimously adopted a text book for a high school elective course on the Bible.
About 20 residents came out to Matoaca High School last week to hear more about a proposal that would give residents with Colonial Heights, Petersburg or Richmond addresses a Chesterfield address.
Whether it’s by collecting ChapStick for soldiers or selling candy grams to raise money for a classmate, the students and faculty at Bellwood Elementary School are always ready to lend a helping hand.
Traditionally, Valentine’s Day is about showing that special someone how much you care, but it’s also a great time to show some love for our furry, four-legged friends.
Though the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) proposed for fiscal 2012-2016 is slightly bigger than the program adopted last year, it still focuses on projects with minimal impacts on county operating costs.
The Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission will take a closer look in the coming months at areas of the draft comprehensive plan that deal heavily with parks and recreation.
Superintendent Marcus Newsome’s proposed $523.8 million budget for fiscal 2012 includes a one-time, 2 percent payment for school system employees.
A host of Chesterfield residents and businesses could soon have the option to switch to Chesterfield-specific addresses.
The Planning Commission recently recommended approval of a rezoning that will allow townhouses to replace 48 condominiums planned for land behind Chester’s Walmart.
For Matoaca Middle School student Nathan Berry, serving at the General Assembly runs in the family.