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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
September 27, 2014 - 7:00pm

C.C. Moore’s birthday ride

Charles C. Moore, Sr., 92, received his belated birthday present from his morning coffee buddies on Wednesday at the Chesterfield County Airport when a blue and yellow PT-19 landed on the runway just for him.

Car wash asks for electronic sign

Next week, the Planning Commission will take up a local car wash’s request for an electronic sign at its Iron Bridge Road location.

Meadowville property added to VCU Rice Center

A quiet and wildlife-rich section of riverfront property adjacent to the Meadowville Landing residential development in Enon has been donated to Virginia Commonwealth University’s Rice Center.

Legal briefs

At its 4 p.m. on Oct. 19 meeting, which will take place in the Public Meeting Room of the County Administration Building, located at 10001 Iron Bridge Road, the Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the following matter.

Haunted history: Henricus to host night of horror under harvest moon

Those brave enough to have seen the autumn sun set over Henricus would say that the mood changes once night falls upon the lost citie. Some would say that there’s a reason why the gates close at dusk. Some would go as far as to say you’re never truly alone at night.

Yahkee, Skyhawks trample Titans

What’s faster than a speeding bullet? Perhaps L.C. Bird High School running back Yahkee Johnson, who rushed for 235 yards and four touchdowns as L.C. Bird rolled over the Cosby Titans Friday night 48-7 in Dominion District football action.

Warriors and Knights battle for Central lead

“We’re looking forward to the rematch,” were the unusual words from Thomas Dale’s Jacob LeSueur after the Knights fell last week at Matoaca. The loss marked the end of an incredible district unbeaten streak for the Knights.

Six-Legged Soldiers discussed at LC Bird

Your vacation was going swimmingly until you noticed those little welts that began to burn and itch like nasty mosquito bites. “Gross” is the first word that comes to mind when you realize that you have been a meal for bed bugs.