This past weekend’s “super regional” was necessitated by the recent barrage of winter weather in central Virginia, but it was generally well received by athletes and fans alike.
Many local teams and athletes are experiencing tremendous success this season in basketball and wrestling, but the one foe they are having trouble staving off is the snow the area has experienced over the last month and a half.
Andre Coble, Meadowbrook’s “do everything” star, made it official on Feb. 3 by inking his letter of intent to Temple University. No longer the team that was kicked out of the Big East a few years ago, the Owls, under former UVa assistant Al Golden, have established themselves as an up-and-coming power in eastern football. Temple won nine games in 2009, earning a date with UCLA in the Eagle Bank Bowl.
JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 1/29 K-Mart. Property was taken from two vehicles, a Honda Civic and Chevrolet Caprice, left parked at the store. Both vehicles had been entered through windows that had prior damage and were unable to be secured.
The School Board reviewed a number of cost-cutting alternatives last week as work on next year’s school system budget continued.
One of the first things accomplished during the preparation of a plan as large as Chesterfield’s comprehensive plan is a vision statement. The vision guides the rest of the planning process.
With its quick strikes and slow, agonizing submission holds, mixed martial arts is not a sport for the faint of heart. But, the stamina it demands from its fans pales in comparison to the extreme dedication required of its fighters, two of whom call Chester home.
The county government needs to apply the same level of scrutiny to its budget that the Board of Supervisors has asked the school system to apply to its spending plan, Supervisors Chairman Dan Gecker said last week.