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Herring return to run the wild Appomattox

Now that spring has sprung and high school sports are in full swing, another sport is starting to heat up: Fishing.

The Next Level

ATTENTION PARENTS, COACHES, ATHLETES AND FANS: Village News is seeking your help in locating local athletes competing at the college level. If you have any information on athletes from Community, L. C. Bird, Matoaca, Meadowbrook or Thomas Dale, please send any information you can to info@villagepublishing.com. Thanks, VN Editor.

Heritage Chevrolet partners with two area Little Leagues

Heritage Chevrolet - Richmond recently announced that it is partnering with the Chesterfield Little League and the Central Chesterfield Little League, a press release from the company says. Heritage Chevrolet - Richmond will provide each league with baseball equipment, instructional clinics, a monetary donation and an opportunity to raise an additional $10,000 in funds through a Chevy vehicle giveaway-fundraiser, the release says.

Chester girls carry decade-long winning streak into final meet

Track and field continues to be the most significant participation sport in Chesterfield County Public Schools. Cumulative rosters carry about 1,300 student athletes representing the county’s 13 middle schools.

County police seek pair of wanted men

Crime Solvers needs the community’s help to catch the following two fugitives:

Police Blotter: April 21, 2010

WOODPECKER RD 4/11 Village Commons Shopping Center. The victim said he had just pulled into the shopping center when the suspect approached and asked if he wanted to buy some drugs. When the victim refused, the suspect cut the victim’s arm and ran off.

Reminiscence: Deep roots and a long memory

Elizabeth Winfree Quaiff, 87, lives not more than five miles from where she grew up. Sharp as a tack with a long memory and a family history with deep roots in Virginia, the spectrum of her life’s story spans the beginning of her education in Beulah’s one-room school house to a portrait of her in her teens that graces the cover of a coffee table art book and even to her raising Monarch butterflies on her back patio.

Groups step up to help keep parks, programs running

Several options for restoring some of the parks and recreation programs that are not currently funded in next year’s budget are still on the table, Parks and Recreation Director Michael Golden said Friday.