What’s your definition of fun? Work? Sports? Reading? Music? Most of you will pass on work, not many men will pass on sports, many will eliminate reading, but who would ever say music isn’t fun. Unless it William Hung of American Idol fame.
The Chesterfield County Police Department was granted approval from the Board of Supervisors last week to enter into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the County and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) to allow Police Chief Col. Terry Dupuis to submit the MOU on behalf of the County.
Iron Mill, an under construction development just east of Chester proper, has applied for a tentative subdivision plan that could force Wilton Family Investments to work with about a quarter of the building space it now has.
Basic utilities prices for the average homeowner could go up in July if the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors (BOS) votes to increase them on March 28 as part of the 2013 annual budget. A public hearing is to be held on March 14 to get public input on the changes.
As the 2012 Virginia General Assembly session nears its schedule end date, but not its expected end date, the budget bills which include the money for Virginia’s Intercity Passenger Rail Operating and Capital Fund (IPROC) and the Commonwealth’s Regional Trains, are stalled in the Virginia Senate.
Frank McDavid was simply a man; yet he was an important man in the scheme of a little program called the Virginia Cancer Patient Fund (VCPF.)
Jerry Rowe – a self-proclaimed “hefty child” – tipped the scales at 564 pounds in October 2010, categorizing him as morbidly obese and putting him at risk of premature death.
Sometimes it takes a tragedy for action to be taken in a certain area. The residents of Chesterfield County experienced just that back in January when a 1st grader died while in school due to an allergic reaction which caused an anaphylactic shock.