If your summer is getting off to a slow start or you don’t have enough time or money for a getaway, there is no reason your family can’t have a memorable vacation. Everything you need is right here. Staying close to home means you not only save money, but you avoid the hassels of travel and help support the local economy.
The Memorial Day holiday marked the official start of the Chesterfield County Police Department’s high-intensity summer traffic safety enforcement campaign, Drive to Arrive.
Moments after students departed from school grounds, the faculty and staff at L.C. Bird High School gathered near their bus loop last Wednesday morning, June 15, for the unveiling of a flower garden in the name of the late chorus teacher Margaret Gregory.
In concluding the spring baseball season, Central Chesterfield Little League (CCLL) hosted its first jamboree to date on Saturday, June 11, helping ballplayers five to 18 showcase their skills acquired during the season. Teams from each of the seven age-levels also battled that afternoon for Championship Day.
Do you want the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Chesterfield County youths? The Chesterfield County Youth Planning and Development Department is seeking youths and adults to serve on the Youth Services Citizen Board.
At the Lucy Corr Foundation’s 10th annual 5K Run / Walk for the Future this Saturday, Amy Van Alstine, 23, became the marathon’s first ever female winner.
“Another night in the lonely ol’ hotel room, another payment on my beat up Chevy truck,” so starts the first CD released by The Chiggers. Friday night the band celebrated their effort with a CD release party at Southside Plaza Bowl, a fitting venue for an alternative country group that has you crying in your beer with one song and has you up two steppin’ on the next.
Bursting the bubble created by the recent high school graduation buzz was a number surfacing Wednesday, June 15, during our county’s latest School Board meeting: 421 students who were supposed to graduate in 2010 from Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) ended up as dropouts.