What's Up: Upcoming Events

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

CSX Railroad crossings repairs to whistle through August 5

In July and August, CSX is making repairs and doing maintenance at railroad crossings throughout the region. Drivers in the cities of Richmond and Colonial Heights, and Chesterfield County may be affected on multiple routes.

Sidewalk proceeds on Osborne Road

The sidewalk is proceeding on Osborne Road connecting the existing sidewalk that ends at Cliff Lawn Drive to the shopping center at Jefferson Davis Highway and Osborne. The new section of sidewalk will include new curbing and storm water control.

Revitalization Strategy is a fixer-upper

The Chesterfield County Planning Commission will discuss the (Draft) Revitalization Strategy for the County on Tuesday, July 22 beginning at 2 p.m. at the Public Meeting Room in the county complex on Ironbridge Road.

Delegate Dance announces run for the 16th Senatorial District

Over the weekend, Delegate Rosalyn Dance announced her candidacy for the 16th Senatorial District. This seat was formerly held by Senator Henry L. Marsh who retired on July 3rd.

Be an exhibitor at the 101st Chesterfield County Fair

The Chesterfield County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is seeking those interested in being exhibitors in the Arts and Crafts Building at the Chesterfield County Fair. Competition is open to all interested parties to enter items in the following categories

Henricus presents Adopt-A-Garden weekend on July 19 and 20

Henricus Historical Park announces Adopt-A-Garden Weekend on July 19 and 20. Visitors will explore Colonial and Virginia Indian horticulture and methodologies and be introduced to the Henricus Garden Guild, which assists in long-term care of the various gardens at the living-history museum.

Hot local band releases album plays Village Green July 17

A new CD from Andy Vaughan and The Driveline, “Sinners & Saints,” features songs from both sides of the human condition. “There are good people out there who occasionally do bad things – and I’m one of them,” said Vaughan. “I’m a decent person, but I’ve definitely screwed up.”

Royals Baseball Club represents Chester in Cooperstown

Central Chesterfield Royals Baseball Club, (CCRBC) recently had the honor of representing their home town of Chester in Cooperstown, NY over the Independence Day weekend. Cooperstown is a prestigious establishment, every little league baseball players dream.