What's Up: Upcoming Events

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

RETIRING ON A HIGH NOTE: Aubrey Lindsey spends 45 years on the organ at Chester Presbyterian Church

The year was 1969. Aubrey Lindsey and his wife had recently finished college and just gotten married. They were both public school teachers in the area.

Sheriff’s office could crack down on illegal parking on County property

Be careful where you park at the Chesterfield County Complex, both Courts buildings and the County jail.

Road, pedestrian improvement updates: Bermuda District

Revenue Sharing and Congestion Mitigation Air Quality funds will be used to upgrade pedestrian signals, handicapped ramps and the crosswalk on Route 10 through the Village of Chester. Preliminary engineering is complete and construction is expected to begin this summer.

TRAK’D moves full STEM ahead

In April, local scientist Dr. LaChelle Waller realized her dream of bringing science to kids in the community where she grew up. A PhD graduate from Virginia Tech, Waller grew up in Chester attending Curtis and Harrowgate Elementary, Chester Middle and Thomas Dale High School.

Most spirited Key Clubbers named

Alisa Pratt, Former Key Club President, and Naiihr Dryden-Mason joined the Kiwanis Club of Chester for dinner recently. Following dinner, Alyssa presented Naiihr with the Most Spirited Key Clubber award.

Shepherd’s Center crowns the 2014 Senior Idol

John Byrd, of western Chesterfield, was named the 2014 Senior Idol Winner during the Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield 4th Annual Greater Richmond Final Competition.

Matoaca’s Red Cross Club volunteer at 5k

On Saturday April 26, members of the Matoaca High School American Red Cross Club and their families and friends volunteered at the Virginia Home 5K Fun Walk. This is the fifth year the Fun Walk has taken place, and the MAHS American Red Cross Club has volunteered each time.

Matoaca teacher to attend Supreme Court Summer Institute

Jamie Moore, a Matoaca High School teacher and Chesterfield resident, will travel to Washington, D.C. this June to attend the prestigious Supreme Court Summer Institute. After a competitive application process, 60 teachers were selected to participate this year.