The Falling Creek Ironworks Foundation got a little closer to their dream for the rich historic and industrial heritage of the Falling Creek area off Jefferson Davis Highway this January.
Kicking off the Chesterfield County Public Library’s Black History Month Program, 2012, attendees for the first program at the Chester Library witnessed intense emotion and enthusiasm from the Virginia State University’s Sankofa Dance Theatre group.
The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors (BOS) last week voted 4-1 to send the countywide draft comprehensive plan back to the planning commission. That means that the county planning staff will be constructing a new plan for the commission’s review in July before its trip back to the board for consideration on Oct. 10 this year.
SportsQuest, a sports complex located on Genito Road consisting of nine artificial turf soccer fields, some unfinished fields and a lot of dirt, has had image problems in the past, but last week the perceptions became reality.
School Board work sessions often assume the tone of a rather tedious grad school seminar. The five elected members, guided by the superintendent or one of his staff, worked through stacks of material, occasionally posing questions, but generally focused on mastering the substance of some challenge facing the Chesterfield schools in difficult financial times.
As a whole, L.C. Bird basketball may be at it’s strongest overall point in some time. The boys, under first year Coach Troy Manns defeated Clover Hill last Friday night 68-52.
Thomas Dale high school golfer Michaela Conway has committed to Lincoln-Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. The senior chose Lincoln-Memorial over West Virginia Wesleyan University.
Local students attending Hampden-Sydney College were named to the Dean’s List for the Fall semester of the 2011-2012 academic year. To earn this distinction, students must achieve at least a 3.3 semester grade point average out of a possible 4.0.