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December 7, 2014 - 11:00am

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Falling Creek Whiskey: Old Dixie Distilling Company

What does whiskey, President George Washington and Falling Creek have in common? No, he didn’t get loaded at the Halfway House and wandered up the road and stumble into Falling Creek.

Don’s Trucking Co. supports Shriners Hospitals for Children

Don Beverly, president of Don’s Trucking Company of Chester is showing support to the Shriners Hospitals for Children by placing signs on the back of his trailers. These signs give information on how the Shriners can be contacted if there is a child who is in need of help.

Recognition of Veterans on the Village Green

The Kiwanis Club of Chester and the Village News sponsored and hosted the 12th Annual Fort Lee Army Concert on the Chester Village Green. Over 500 people attended to listen to Big Band, popular, country and patriotic music.

National Night Out is Tuesday

Get involved in your community and participate in National Night Out. National Night Out is designed to bring neighbors together, increase safety awareness and strengthen our community for a safer future for our children.

Welcome to the Hotel Catifornia

In the heart of Chester, and many surrounding areas of our communities, cats live in wooded areas and become a colony of cats. Feral cats are defined by National Geographic as “the offspring of stray and abandoned household pets, raised without human contact, they quickly revert to a wild state and form colonies wherever food and shelter are available.”

Local guitar celebrity Zack Artis

When I was enjoying a dinner at the local Brew American Gastropub restaurant my attention was first captured and then I was mesmerized by the songs and instrumental pieces from the guitar performer who humbly played with his guitar and an unobtrusive sound amplification system in the corner of the restaurant.

Spiritos School Receives Donation

Old Dominion Late Great Chevy Car Club had their annual car show in May. The club donated $1,500, which were the proceeds from the show, to Midlothian-based Spiritos School for Autism and Development.