The Ettrick-Matoaca Historical Society remembered seven young men from Ettrick and 13 young men from Matoaca on May 29, holding separate memorial ceremonies in the two villages.
The final score was 11- 4. In the final two games, Salem Church played against two teams that were undefeated in the regular season.
Two high school teams from our beloved, south-eastern nook of Chesterfield County advanced to the AAA division state championship Friday evening after losing in the final round of the Central Region tournament – the boys soccer team at Thomas Dale and Matoaca’s softball squad.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to identify and find the people who shot into two homes on three separate occasions.
Police are seeking a man who entered a residence in the 3400 block of Osborne Road, restrained a female resident and took items from the house Sunday afternoon.
In 2005, Allen Mills, of the legendary bluegrass band Lost and Found, was inducted into the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame, which commemorates artists and musicians from the Commonwealth for their life-time achievements in Appalachian music: folk, bluegrass, and gospel.
O. B. Gates young ladies won the CYSA in house tournament.
Throughout its long history, the village of Ettrick has served as an important gateway into Chesterfield County. According to the Chesterfield County revitalization department, under the leadership of Tom Jacobson, that gateway will now be enhanced. A conceptual plan was introduced at a ceremony last week in Ettrick, previewing what the proposed improvement would bring.