County Administrator J.L. “Jay” Stegmaier shared with the Board that the “county is starting to see increased commercial construction activity in the Route 10 corridor between the Courthouse area and Chester.
DDR Bermuda Square LLC, a retail investment company, has purchased and has now started to rebuild Bermuda Square Shopping Center. At the corner of Jefferson Davis Highway and West Hundred Road, the new retail shops will include a much larger and relocated Martin’s as well as a Martin’s fuel center, and almost all current retail operations and restaurants will move into new spaces.
Plans for the widening of existing Route 10, Meadowville and Bermuda Hundred roads, as well as signals at the Route 10/Meadowville/Old Bermuda Hundred roads intersection and among other roads in the vincinty of River’s Bend has been scheduled for a citizens review meeting on Wednesday, March 19 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday morning, March 8th, the Kiwanis Club of Chester put on the 2nd annual Kiwanis Chester 5K & 1 Mile run/walk at the Chester Village Green where over 175 participants enjoyed the morning.
Shake up your lunch routine! Come enjoy fresh food and the great outdoors during Food Truck Wednesdays at the county complex. Beginning March 12, Food Truck Wednesdays will be held every other Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mimms Loop parking lot, Chesterfield.
The blooms of spring will be a welcomed sight for many and doors will be open for home tours in April. Along with garden week in Virginia with several scheduled home tours, the Chesterfield Historical Society of VA (CHSV) is presenting a tour of more than a dozen historic homes, churches and cemeteries and a school for its “Historic Winterpock Day,” one week earlier to garden week, on Saturday, April 12.
Throughout central Virginia, April 10 is the date to register children for kindergarten.
Ettrick Elementary School recently celebrated social studies with an evening of activities designed to reinforce classroom learning. The social studies committee members, Susan Banchero, Tracy Branch, Crystal Richardson, Eugenia Scales, Jennifer Regan, Mary Cintron, Sean Smith, and Stacy Hamilton originated several events to peak student interest.