History can be fleeting and soon be lost to those who have witnessed many historic events. Twenty five years have passed since the Methodist congregation moved out of their little church on the corner of Krause and Ironbridge Roads, now the home of the Chesterfield Hisorical Society of Virginia and library until historic Castlewood is renovated.
Marvin Bouldin was on his way home from work when he stopped at a convenience store for a few things, including a Virginia Lottery Scratcher ticket. That ticket turned out to be a $2 million winner in the Millionaire Mania game.
The Federal Government will be closed as current funding expired on September 30, 2013. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is very much aware that any lapse in appropriations imposes hardships on those we serve. Due to this event, the Presquile National Wildlife Refuge will be closed to the public.
Timeless Treasures was able to fill two boxes with canned goods for the Central VA Food Bank during their “Treats for Eats” campaign during the month of August.
A lot of changes have taken place in Chester over the last 60 years, but friendships and memories never grew old for the classmates of Thomas Dale High School classes of 1953 through 1957.
It was opening day last Saturday for Chesterfield Historical Society of VA’s newest exhibit “Firefighting in Chesterfield County: the Original Thirteen Departments.” Inspired by author David Creasy’s book “Chesterfield Fire Department, The Original Thirteen Departments” and his collection of fire apparatus and gear.