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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
September 27, 2014 - 7:00pm

CLASS OF 2014: L.C. Bird High School

L.C. Bird High School students have a lot to be proud of in 2014. Their football team won their second state championship; their band receive top honors, they were ranked in the top 10 percent nationally for academics by the Washington Post. But at 2 p.m. on June 7, it was all about the seniors. The Class of 2014 received their diplomas.

CLASS OF 2014: Matoaca High School

Matoaca High School held their 50th Commencement Exercises on Monday, June 9 at the Stuart C. Siegel Center Virginia Commonwealth University. Along with the graduation exercises, the program celebrated the past 50 years with notable graduates

CLASS OF 2014: Meadowbrook High School

“On behalf of over 300,000 Chesterfield County residents, I applaud you,” Board of Supervisor Chairman Jim Holland said to Meadowbrook High School Class of 2014. “In memory of Dr. Maya Angelou I encourage you to use your God given ability to rise.”

CLASS OF 2014: Thomas Dale High School

With a pack Siegel Center, Thomas Dale High School Class of 2014 graduated 542 students on Friday, June 6. Chesterfield County Superintendent of Schools said they were a “hope for the nation and this world” before capturing the “Twitter moment” with his cell phone camera.

CLASS OF 2014: Community High School

Chesterfield Community High School presented 154 candidates for graduation during their 15th Annual Commencement Exercises held at the Stuart C. Siegel Center Virginia Commonwealth University on Monday, June 9.

Identity of crash victim released

The Chesterfield County Police Department has released the identity of the driver killed in a two-vehicle crash on Jefferson Davis Highway at its intersection with Marina Drive on June 6.

Henricus Church is coming back to life

The last heavy timber beams were fitted this week into the roof structure to complete the framing of the recreated 1611 Church and Meeting Hall at Henricus Historical Park. The impressive building will soon complement the facilities of the open-air museum.

Athletes of the Year

In his high school career, Spiers followed in the footsteps of many Matoaca players before him – both as a leader that led by example and as a player who will ascend to the next level, as he committed to Randolph-Macon this spring.