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Thirty-five associates from Heritage Chevrolet team was one of 362 teams in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
A new 35,000 square foot Alzheimer’s Specialty Center to be located in Prince George County, has broken ground. The Alzheimer’s Specialty Center, Sunflower Gardens, will be located behind the existing assisted living.
Don Beverly, president of Don’s Trucking Company of Chester is showing support to the Shriners Hospitals for Children by placing signs on the back of his trailers. These signs give information on how the Shriners can be contacted if there is a child who is in need of help.
John E. “Jay” Burchell, president of Heritage Chevrolet, has been elected the 2015 Chairman of Board of Directors of the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association. As Chairman, Mr. Burchell will lead one of Virginia’s strongest and most influential trade associations.
Leonard McAdams and Stephen Smith, Edward Jones financial advisors in Chester, are supporting Feedmore Richmond by using their offices as drop-off locations for a canned food drive.
It was 40 years ago when Colonial Honda opened its doors and they were recently honored by Honda Motor Company for their success.
Shandong Tranlin Paper Co. Ltd. will be building a $2-billion manufacturing plant off of Willis Road in eastern Chesterfield. The paper plant is expected to employ 2,000 people by 2020.
One would have to step back in time to remember when your community received its first McDonald’s Drive-In Restaurant. It stirred excitement. Large golden arches set over a red and white tiled structure.
Two area 7-Eleven® stores will be closing as part of a 75 store reduction in the company’s portfolio.