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

Darvin Taylor II commits to Florida State

Darvin Taylor knew where he would be playing college football months ago, but he waited until his 17th birthday to make it official.

FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Monarchs expect improvement

According to linebacker Demond Bailey, one of Meadowbrook’s defensive leaders, there’s something different about this year’s version of the Monarchs.

FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Skyhawks take flight in search of three-peat

Expectations are high for the L.C. Bird Skyhawks, who have now won back-to-back state championships, solidifying themselves as a dynasty in the Central Region. Currently on a 29 game winning streak as a program, Skyhawk Nation is looking forward to another successful year.

Santa Claus in the offseason

Local resident Linwood Tyner is a humorous and jolly person. The jolly transcends from the red cheeks, long white beard and bushy hair he sports that resembles another jolly, old character we know as Santa.

Five Ways to Squeeze the Pulp out of the Chesterfield County Fair

People wait for it each year-- that Pepe Le Pew moment when the scent of funnel cake makes you lose yourself in the colorful lights and sounds of the Chesterfield County Fair. Well, it’s finally here. Experience the magic this Friday, August 22 through Saturday, August 30.

FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Warriors still have offensive weapons

In his 23rd season at Matoaca, head coach Pat Manuel is out to prove a point. A point that’s been proven time and time again – that a group of players that have truly come together as a team can win a lot of ballgames.

FOOTBALL PREVIEW: A healthy Knights squad shows improvement

In 2013, Thomas Dale lost nine starting players to season-ending injuries across both sides of the ball. Among the barrage of ailments were five torn ACLs, three torn labrums and a broken bone.

Goodman retires from CCPS

Dr. Barbara Goodman has been an asset to Chesterfield County Public Schools Transportation Department for over 15 years. She retired in June of this year as the Associate Director of Pupil Transportation.