Reaching out to citizens, offering information and seeking feedback, Chesterfield County Public Affairs is embarking on a new strategy – video placed on social media.
On Saturday, December 20 at 6 p.m., a free Christmas concert will be presented on the outdoor stage at Chester Village Green on Centre Street.
The United States DOT has a historical interest in evaluating alternative station sites in the Tri-Cities area. In 2010, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) released its Tier II study for high-speed rail between Richmond, Va. and Raleigh, N.C.
The Appomattox River Water Authority (ARWA) has been considering raising the height of the Brasfield Dam on Lake Chesdin by 18 inches.
Through donations from various individuals, businesses and establishments, The Pavilion of Joy was able to collect enough clothing, toys, school supplies, and candy to assist in providing children from impoverished families throughout the world with presents for Christmas.
L.C. Bird is going to the ship. They’ll play in Charlottesville, Va., for the third straight year, for their third straight state title. The Skyhawks played an excellent defensive game and a smart, methodical offensive game to dismantle the Salem Sun Devils for the second straight year, winning 21-13.
The mission of The 4th Wall is to enable young theatre lovers to connect audiences and actors by truly breaking through the imaginary wall that often separates them. With the guidance and support of theatre arts professionals, members become theatre insiders.
Thomas Dale High School is leading the pack in votes to gain $2,500 for their prom celebration. Chesterfield Federal Credit Union is giving $2,500 to whichever high school gets the most votes on the CFCU Facebook page. As of December 1, TDHS had garnered 57 votes; Monacan, 50; Clover Hill, 38 and Matoaca, 24.