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Holiday events at Magnolia Grange House Museum

The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV) will celebrate the Christmas season at Historic Magnolia Grange House Museum with the theme “Christmas at Downton Abbey.”

Honky Tonk Angels- Holiday Spectacular

The next main stage production Honky Tonk Angels - Holiday Spectacular, will run through January 10, 2015. This holiday sequel to the hugely popular show The Honky-Tonk Angels continues the comic escapades of three good ole country gals as they reunite for a Christmas show like none other.

Something to do on cold days

Chesterfield County’s Department of Parks and Recreating is offering a full lineup of programs for seniors this winter. For more information, call Judy Jones, 751-4135. To register, call 748-1623 at least one week in advance. Fees are charged for most programs.

Police blotter

BEULAH RD (6500 block) 11/08/2014 2:30 a.m. - Victim was walking near the listed location when the suspect vehicle, occupied by multiple subjects pulled up beside him. The front passenger exited the vehicle, pointed a handgun at the victim, and demanded his property. The victim advised he had nothing on him. Upon patting the victim down, the suspect returned to the vehicle and rode off.

Recently deceased

BANYASZ, Joseph Leslie, 73, of North Chesterfield, husband of Barbara Hoban Banyasz.
BRANCH, Peggy “Shug” Y., 92, of North Chesterfield, widow of Thomas J. Branch.

Crime of the Week: Assault cases

Crime Solvers is asking for the public’s help this week with solving several different assault cases. In the early autumn of 2014, female joggers have reported being assaulted by a male subject in Huguenot Park on the north end of Chesterfield County.

Football Recaps: Knights win in triple overtime thriller

The foot of Knights placekicker Plato Eliades and the arm of quarterback Khalid Morris took their places in Thomas Dale playoff history as the second seeded Knights defeated the seventh-seeded Riverbend Bears in the 6A South Playoffs in triple overtime.

The Next Level: Ransome, Humphrey, Reavis

After last season’s embarrassing brawl that ruined the CIAA championship, Virginia State was able to bounce back and win the championship this year with a rack of Chesterfield players on the roster.