As you open the ancient door, you feel as if you’ve gone back in time to another era. Echoes can be heard of Patsy Cline, the Big Band era, a wheel with water turning and the sounds of bebop dance.
The Ettrick-Matoaca Library branch held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday to mark its recent renovation and official grand re-opening.
The Chester Business Association (CBA), each year, awards special recognition to a business and sometimes special awards for leadership or citizenship. This year, high on an overlook from Jim Daniels, local real estate agent, the Snead Stebbens Business Person of the Year was awarded.
Substance Abuse Free Environment Inc., the county’s coalition addressing drug-related issues, invites Chesterfield County parents to take a brief survey (less than two minutes) about keeping children safe from medication abuse. Survey participants will remain anonymous.
Imagine going your entire professional career without ever making an error. For Robert Russell, a local truck driver working for Con-way Freight, that is a reality. He has driven over one million miles without any type of incident or accident while on the job – not even a minor bump or scratch on his truck.
Louise Martin celebrated her 90th birthday at Howlett’s Restaurant & Tavern on Tuesday, June 18 with some of her YMCA pool buddies. Louise has participated in water aerobics and water volleyball for 20 years and this past year added aqua zumba. As all her friends will tell you, she is quite an inspiration for them.
Twenty-two young men from five local high schools on Sunday, June 16, departed American Legion Post 284 in Colonial Heights to attend the American Legion Boys State at Radford University. Delegate Kirk Cox was the guest speaker at Sunday’s farewell breakfast hosted by Post 284 in honor of the Boys State Delegates and their families.