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

Real estate values dropped 3.9 percent in 2009

To keep real estate tax revenues at last year’s level, Chesterfield County’s Board of Supervisors will have to increase the tax rate by at least 5 cents this year, according to information from the county.

Supervisors elect leaders, deny kennel fee change

The Board of Supervisors last week elected new leadership and opted to pursue allowing three dogs by right in residentially zoned areas.

Some projects could be postponed in county CIP

The School Board got a first look at the county’s draft capital improvement program last week during a joint meeting of the School Board Liaison Committee and the Budget and Audit Committee.

Lady Knights go on the road to take out Monarchs

In front of a spirited crowd, Thomas Dale improved its record to a perfect 11-0 with a 51-43 road victory versus district rival Meadowbrook.

Eagles win pair of Chester Battles

The Chester Eagles continued their much-improved play last week with exciting victories over cross-town rivals Elizabeth Davis and Carver. The Eagles enter the last two weeks of the regular season with a 5-4 record.

Chester YMCA 10K training team continues to grow

Over the last nine years, the Chester YMCA Training Team has grown from about 20 members to nearly 300. An excited and experienced coaching staff greeted a record number of participants last Saturday morning at Thomas Dale, kicking off a 10-week program preparing runners and walkers of all skill levels for the Monument Avenue 10k.

Thomas Dale champs struggle to find college scholarships after remarkable season

Thomas Dale football coach Vic Williams is no stranger to success. Though a state title was 23 years in the making, he has developed more than 100 kids into student-athletes.

Kaufmann signs with Cornell

After a long process of sorting through several full-ride academic and athletic scholarships from top-notch schools, Connor Kaufmann, a senior at Lloyd C. Bird High School, was holding out for the choice that was best for his academic career, as well as his passion for baseball. Finally, on Dec. 10 at 5:01 p.m. the offer he was looking for arrived.