STRATHMORE RD 4/01 Parkway Garden Apartments. The victim returned home to find a known suspect outside her residence. She then observed her previously deadbolted front door unlocked and items inside the residence rummaged through. When she confronted the suspect, he admitted to entering the residence and going through her belongings. Entry was gained through a bedroom window.
Last spring, Chesterfield Community High School held a contest for a school slogan, according to information from Library Media Specialist Carol DeMasi. The winning choice was “Eagle Pride, Soar High,” designed by 2009 senior Raymeka White.
“It’s been a wonderful senior year. Winning states in football and then coming so close to doing the same in basketball has been special. I look forward to carrying our successes to the next level at William and Mary.”
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Kerry Schamel-Gonzalez has been prospecting along the CSX railroad tracks from Richmond south to North Carolina for months. She’s been looking for anything with historical significance.
This is the second story in a two-part series previewing spring sports at area high schools. Last week, the Village News offered a look at the excitement at Thomas Dale and potential at Matoaca.
Most of the cost-saving recommendations included in a recent efficiency audit of the school system have already been incorporated into next year’s budget, school officials said Friday.
Last week, Gov. Bob McDonnell appointed Chesterfield Del. Sam Nixon to serve as chief information officer of the Virginia Information Technology Agency, according to a press release from the governor’s office. With General Assembly passage of McDonnell’s legislation to increase transparency and accountability in the agency, the chief information officer will now report directly to the governor, through the Secretary of Technology, for the first time.