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December 7, 2014 - 11:00am

Chesterfield maintains highest ratings for financial management

Chesterfield County officials are proud to announce that the county’s triple A bond rating has been affirmed following an intensive review process by Moody’s, one of the three major rating agencies.

Humble Blessings: New author sees writing as God’s bidding

It all started over a piece of rope, a simple little thing really.

Ettrick ES celebrates 60 days of school

Last Monday, Ettrick Elementary students used the timeline and travelled back in time and celebrated the 60th day of school. “How appropriate that this day should fall in the season of Christmas as we promote Peace on Earth and Goodwill to man,” said Jackie Coffey, first grade teacher at Ettrick.

Matoaca HS collected 1200 pounds of food for Christmas Mother

As part of a schoolwide project, Matoaca High School collected over 1200 pounds of food to benefit the Colonial Heights-Chesterfield Christmas Mother Program.

Mayor of Daegu, Korea extends invitation to Chesterfield

Chesterfield, Virginia is one of 6 U.S. cities to receive an invitation to attend the International Children’s Games. Sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee, the International Children’s Games is the largest international youth sporting event and cultural exchange for athletes ages 12-15 in the world.

‘Rock chalk, Jayhawk’: Andrew White heading to Kansas University

The chant “Rock chalk, Jayhawk, KU!” will be a familiar sound to Chester native Andrew White come next fall, as he will be on the campus of Kansas University gearing up for basketball season. The age old chant is nearly as old as the school, which was founded back in 1866.

Bird varsity squads sweep Cosby in doubleheader

The L.C. Bird Skyhawks boys and girls basketball teams both faced Dominion rival Cosby on Friday. Both teams came into the double-header undefeated, and both teams left that way too as the girls defeated Cosby in overtime 63-54 and the boys cruised to a 76-46 in a blowout.

Fox mentors students in photography at Community

Bill Fox has been coming to Chesterfield Community High School once a week for the last couple of years to work with students who have an interest in photography.