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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
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Life in the Legislature: Teens push paper as pages for General Assembly

While most of their peers are donning coats and heading for bus stops, two Chester teens instead don blazers and prepare for a day of work at Virginia’s General Assembly.

Police Blotter : February 10, 2010

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 1/29 K-Mart. Property was taken from two vehicles, a Honda Civic and Chevrolet Caprice, left parked at the store. Both vehicles had been entered through windows that had prior damage and were unable to be secured.

Police Blotter : February 3, 2010

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 1/24 Martha Kay Motel. Suspect gave the victim a ride to her motel room and then asked to come inside. Once inside, the suspect assaulted her. One of the victim’s neighbors observed the suspect attack the victim, which caused the suspect to flee. Officers located the suspect, taking him into custody.

REMINISCENCE: Chester names that ring a bell

“When I walked down the street it was like relatives were falling out of the trees,” said Mary Byrd Micou Martin of her childhood in Chester. Martin and her brother Chip Micou share a lineage that includes many Chester notables, including the founding members of the first Chester Library, public school, woman’s club, garden club and the Chester Baptist Church, among others.

Police Blotter: January 27, 2010

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 1/14 Tobacco and More. The suspect entered the business and walked to the cooler area, where he displayed a sawed-off shotgun to the clerk. After the clerk opened the register, the suspect took the cash from the drawer and then fled to a vehicle driven by the other suspect. Responding officers located the suspects, taking them into custody.

Police Blotter: January 20, 2010

IRON BRIDGE RD 1/10 Victim met the suspects, and one of the suspects displayed a handgun, forced him into the rear seat of their vehicle and took property from him. The victim exited the vehicle and the suspects drove off.

State of the arts in Chesterfield bittersweet

In spite of current economic and budgetary apprehensions, last week two arts organizations, one established and one still on its way, gathered to present the “State of the Arts” in Central Virginia. About 50 arts enthusiasts heard a history of performing arts in the Richmond area and got a glimpse of what the Chesterfield Center for the Arts could be during a presentation at the Highlands Country Club.