CRICKLEWOOD DR 6/14 South Pointe Landing Apartments. The victim had just parked his vehicle and taken trash to the dumpster when one of the suspects approached, asking the time. As the victim reached into his pocked for his cell phone, the second suspect came up from behind and put a choke hold around the victim’s neck. Once the victim fell to the ground, the suspects took his property and walked off.
Elizabeth Davis Middle School’s students and teachers took a break from their usual end-of-the-year activities to devote a day to exploring and celebrating their connection to the Chesapeake Bay.
Six years ago Coach Corey McConville arrived to take the reins of the fledgling soccer program at Matoaca Middle School. The team’s history was not a good one, with winless seasons being the norm. McConville’s first Warrior team included 7th graders Dylan Prendergast, Mason Page, and Nathan Calhoun, three players that would give Matoaca a foretaste of things to come.
Wednesday, June 23
Board of Supervisors. 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Public Meeting Room, County Administration Building, 10001 Iron Bridge Road.
Summer Reading Program: VSU Farm Tour. 9:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Ettrick-Matoaca Library. Interact with fish and goats, tour a greenhouse and visit several ponds during a two-hour tour. The group will assemble in the library parking lot at 9 a.m. Registration required. Details: 526-8087 or library.chesterfield.gov.
Gather a group of graduating seniors and the consensus on what they enjoyed most about high school is the friendships they made. Yes, they enjoyed learning something new everyday, the specific programs many had an opportunity to participate in and the challenge of excelling in classes, but, for the most part, they enjoyed their friends.
Residents, business owners and others were on hand Monday night to ask questions and share concerns about a potential electronic sign near the entrance to the Chester Village Green.
Those who support or oppose the School Board’s plan to use the Chester Middle School building to house Thomas Dale High School’s freshmen next year can make their feelings known to the Board of Supervisors next week.