BEULAH RD 5/20 Beulah Elementary School. Police responding to an alarm at the listed location, discovered the listed suspects near the storage shed. Suspects admitted to entering the listed location through an unlocked door and vandalizing the interior. At this time nothing has been reported stolen.
Wednesday, May 30
Cornerstone Business Builders Meeting. 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Salem Baptist Church. Details: 748-5533.
Al-Anon Family Group Meeting/Simultaneous AA Meeting. 8 p.m. Ivey Memorial Methodist Church, 17120 Jeff Davis Hwy.
Future Alternatives Networking Group. 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Capital Region Workforce Center, 7333 White Pine Rd., Richmond. Details: 271-8510.
Thursday, May 31
It would have pleased and comforted Jeremiah Nicholas to know the target had spent plenty of time both hiding and bleeding after their encounter, cursing him as the most spectacular of the Phaelon’s ambassadors ever to face her.
On Thursday May 17, the scent of mouthwatering bar-b-que was tantalizing people from all over Chester; they could be seen crossing Route 10 in droves. They were all heading to the Village Green where the Chester Rotary was hosting Grillin’ on the Green.
Virginia State University (VSU) will host “VSU Cares” on June 9 to address the unmet acute dental needs of the local community. In concert with the Virginia Dental Association Foundation and its Mission of Mercy (MOM) program, VSU plans to treat as many as 600 patients using 300 medical and general volunteers.
Virginia State University (VSU) has entered into an agreement with Chesterfield County Public Schools to offer college courses to juniors and seniors in Chesterfield’s 11 public high schools. Chesterfield County represents the eighth, and largest, city or county system with which VSU has signed a concurrent enrollment agreement.
High schools have become a massive expanse of corridors, towering atriums and auditoriums that could host the Richmond Symphony. That could change as part of the Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) plan for the future.
Plus MGT, owned by George Emerson and Phil Roper, a Chester developer, purchased a 46-unit apartment building in Shockoe Bottom at 1900 E. Franklin St. three weeks ago. According to BizSense.com the property, heavily in debt was purchased from CWCapital.