Sally Moen is always busy doing something. She loves to paint, sing and play her ukulele. She is active in her church and enjoys attending the Wednesday classes at the Shepherd Center in Chester.
Murphy’s Law Billiards & Sports Pub was one of two restaurant/taverns that were approved for a form of betting on horse races called advanced deposit account wagering. It is a legal form of pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing, authorized by the Commonwealth of Virginia and regulated by the Virginia Racing Commission.
After numerous complaints to Chesterfield’s Board of Supervisors concerning violations by business owners who put up banners in front of their businesses, Chairman Art Warren instructed planning staff to form a committee to address enforcement of possible violations.
Chesterfield County Police are seeking two men who stole electronics from two stores on Sunday, Nov. 27.
Chesterfield County Police have charged four people in connection with multiple burglaries and larcenies from auto in the Amstel Bluff area.
A request to install an electronic message center (EMC) sign for the Chester Company LLC at the Flagstop Carwash on Iron Bridge Road was remanded back to the planning commission by the board of supervisors for further review.
Last Saturday marked the end to the Chesterfield Quarterback League 2011 season. A season that started over four months ago culminated into the final games of the season: the Super Bowl for Minors, Juniors and Seniors and the Senior Bowl for the Super Seniors.
Something big happened when the Marguerite Christian Junior football team won their Chesterfield Quarterback League Super Bowl Championship Saturday 18-0 over Clover Hill led by Head Coach Brian Foutz with touchdowns scored by Kameron Lewis, Maxwell Oxendine and Tre’ Tillman.