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The Chester semi-pro baseball team had to have filled the bleachers in 1915. It was the top spectator sport of its time.
While the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors met last week and approved the Chesterfield Center for the Arts in Chester, that is not all that has to be done.
The Battle of Chester goes beyond the field. Last Thursday, Thomas Dale hosted the game between their Knights and L.C. Bird’s Skyhawks. I was supposed to attend the game with my bosses, Jeff and Julia Bowman.
During last week’s Chesterfield Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board announced, without much fanfare, that the $6.9 million arts center proposed for Chester’s Village Green will be funded.
Over the summer, my youngest daughter Jenna and I, took a seven day cruise that departed out of Baltimore to Bermuda. Packing for any trip is a nightmare for me.
She’s an engineering student at the specialty high school program at L.C. Bird High School and she’s a Girl Scout. She had the idea that special needs kids should get to learn some of the cool thinks she does in the engineering specialty program.
Wayne Vaughn is a professional fisherman who lives in the Enon area. He hasn’t launched his boat from the Dutch Gap boat launch for years.
Local hip-hop producer and entrepreneur Mike McGraw helps artists and producers around the world to network and create hip-hop music without ever seeing each other in person.
What does whiskey, President George Washington and Falling Creek have in common? No, he didn’t get loaded at the Halfway House and wandered up the road and stumble into Falling Creek.