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INVESTIGATION: Man struck, killed crossing Jefferson Davis Highway

The Chesterfield County Police Department is investigating a vehicle crash in which a pedestrian was struck in the 9700 block of Jefferson Davis Highway at approximately 10:40 pm. on Oct. 4, 2012.

Appomattox Drugs now open in the Village of Ettrick

The building was built as a post office in 1945. But the doors of the post office closed in May of last year having served the community for more than 65 years. Fortunately, it is serving the community again, re-purposed as a pharmacy – a pharmacy that retains much of the look and feel of its post office heritage.

Chesterfield firefighters to receive Valor Awards

The Retail Merchants Association, or RMA held its 23rd Annual Valor Awards Breakfast and Ceremony on Friday Oct. 5, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.

A nice break

Life isn’t normal when you live with a chronic disease. Some days are bad, but some days are really good. Faith Miller has been living with a chronic disease since she was first diagnose in the fourth grade. She has Cystic Fibrosis.

Warriors march on

Bringing home a Superior rating and selected as the Overall Grand Champions in their first marching band contests this season, Matoaca High School Marching Band has proven to be one of the best on the field.

Virginia State University awarded military-friendly-schools title

Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Virginia State University to the coveted Military Friendly Schools list.

TDHS’s performing arts department will present full chorale, orchestra concert

Thomas Dale High School will present a spectacular concert on Monday, Oct. 22, featuring a 200 voice chorale and full orchestra in an evening of thoughtful and moving music.

Skyhawks induct fifth Hall of Fame Class

The L.C. Bird High School Athletic Hall of Fame added six new members at a ceremony held last Saturday at The Country Club at the Highlands. Friends, family and faith continue to mark the theme of the annual ceremonies that have now recognized forty-five players, coaches and supporters of the Skyhawk nation.