A piece of history made its way back to its original location a recently when the Department of Transportation (VDOT) reinstalled a nearly 200-year-old mile marker on what used to be known as the Manchester-Petersburg Turnpike. Today the turnpike is known as Jefferson Davis Highway and only four mile-markers remain on the “Pike.”
Navy Ensign Taylor C. Britt, son of Deborah S. and Tony C. Britt of Chester, recently graduated from Navy Officer Candidate School (OCS) and was commissioned to his current rank while assigned at Officer Training Command, Newport, R.I.
The Chesterfield County Fair Association had a little rain to deal with at the opening of their 100th fair last Friday. Their scheduled grand opening with special guests had to be moved to the auditorium at L. C. Bird High School.
Matoaca District Community Meeting. Steve Elswick, Matoaca District Supervisor. 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Ettrick Elementary School. 20910 Chesterfield Ave. So. Chesterfield. Citizen Information meeting on East River road Widening.
While rural areas dwindle in Chesterfield County and suburbia continues to take hold, one activity that remains constant at the end of summer is the county fair. This Friday, the 100th Chesterfield County Fair opens for an eight-day run and will welcome visitors not just from Chesterfield County, as in the early days of the fair, but from all over the region.
Bauer Financial, Coral Gables, Florida is proud to recognize Bank of McKenney, Virginia as a 5-Star Superior bank. Bauer Financial, the nation’s leading bank rating and research firm, has been analyzing and rating the nation’s financial institutions since 1983...
The African-American History Committee of the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV) is seeking materials with which to create a museum exhibit featuring early African-American schools in Chesterfield County.