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Public meeting for Falling Creek Historical Park property acquisition on Sept. 5

Dorothy A. Jaeckle, member of the Board of Supervisors for the Bermuda District, and Mr. Dale Patton, Planning Commissioner for the Bermuda District, are inviting the public to attend a meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Bensley Park Community Center, 2900 Drewry’s Bluff Rd.

Bird, Dale faceoff in Battle of Chester

Last year, the Battle of Chester waged on as L.C. Bird was able to sweep Thomas Dale, winning both games the two teams played. The 2011 season was also unique as it was the first time the two teams planned two regular season meetings, and then this will be the same...

Retired NYC fireman shares experiences at 9/11 ceremony

On Tuesday, Sept. 11 a special “In Honor and Remembrance” ceremony will be held at the Chesterfield 9/11 Memorial at Harry Daniel Park at Iron Bridge at 6 p.m.

Signs of the times

All of the requests for changing particular restrictions or rezoning a property must be reviewed by Chesterfield’s planning staff as well as the Planning Commission (PC) and lastly the Board of Supervisors (BOS). The following are requests for these changes to be reviewed this month.

Chesterfield launches tourism website

Sports tournaments, swim meets, mud runs, bike trails and cross-country meets attract thousands of new visitors to Chesterfield County annually.

CUPCAKE WARS: Broadwater residents gear up for back-to-school with community event

Several young teens from Broadwater Townhouses on Harrowgate Road participated in a Cupcake Wars during the community’s Back-to-School event sponsored by Xfinity and the Community Association.

Chesterfield County Fair crowns their queen

Savannah Morgan Lane, crowned Miss Chesterfield County Fair 2012 during pageant ceremonies last week, will represent the Chesterfield County Fair Association at state competition and various events throughout the year.

Reid gives Knights power, speed in backfield

To really be a factor in the Central Region this season, the Thomas Dale Knights will need a great season from 6’1” 225-pound running back D.J. Reid. After a breakout performance in 2011 in which he rushed for over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns, Reid is the man in Dale’s backfield and is drawing comparisons to other running backs in Dale’s rich running back history.