The year is 1985, September 9 to be exact. That’s the day they say Vronzettie Cox, 42, lost her life at the hands of a criminal in Florida.
Chesterfield County resident and filmmaker, Kahil Dotay, was in Chester last Thursday, to film a scene at the Chester Police Station for “Vampires in Virginia,” a movie to be released in late 2015.
Several news outlets last week reported that Chesterfield County’s police department was working with a quota system. According to an unnamed whistle blower, police officers were required to have two to three stops per day and arrest at least one person per day.
Construction work is moving fast on the new Convocation/Multipurpose Center at Virginia State University. According to Virginia State University officials, more than one-third of the signed contracts for site work on Virginia State University’s Multipurpose Center have gone to minority-owned companies.
Leonard McAdams and Stephen Smith, Edward Jones financial advisors in Chester, are supporting Feedmore Richmond by using their offices as drop-off locations for a canned food drive.
The always passionate and dedicated volunteer, Betty Mathews, updated the Club on the Chesterfield Center for the Arts building project.
The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia, (CHSV), in partnership with the Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation, offers badge workshop for Girl Scouts in the month of July, 2014.
Justin Wootton, Corporate Senior Designer and Visual Creative Director for Forever 21, visited students at Ettrick Elementary School to share his love of art. Mr. Wootton is in charge of 575 stores located all over the world.