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Working right through the hard rain of the remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea, over 200 volunteers constructed a playground at Bensley Community Center on Drewry’s Bluff Road in only one day. The playground was part of a program called KaBOOM! designed to get kids out from in front of the television and into the fresh air.
Just before leaving for Afghanistan in November, Sgt. Aaron Wittman pointed toward a majestic, tree-lined walkway at Georgia’s Fort Stewart.
The Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Department of Social Services recently honored 13 individual volunteers and one group for their outstanding volunteer service. The President’s Volunteer Service Awards were presented to the following for service rendered during 2012.
The sunset of school days is upon us and high school graduation is this week. This is also the week that a local organization, MEGA Mentors, winds down for the summer and assesses the successes of its program.
Three members of the Stevens family last week spent two hours touring significant Bermuda Hundred Civil War battle locations, not because they are Civil War battle buffs, but because they are descendents of Major General Benjamin F. Butler, Union Commander of the Army of the James...
Three girls were recently rescued from their captor of 10 years and all of America rejoiced for the return of these missing persons.
She’s a mom of two — yet she’s still a mom in waiting. As this Mother’s Day approaches mom Lisa Perreca hopes to have two new little ones in the coming year.
He grew up on a citrus farm in Punjab, India. The earth stuck to his boots much like the soil runs through his veins today. Harbans Bhardwaj PhD is an agronomist who spends his time developing new crops at Virginia State University’s (VSU) Randoph Farm.
The Falling Creek Middle School PRIDE Honors Academy in partnership with the James River Association, Meadowbrook Estates Civic Association, Virginia Wastes Services, and the Falling Creek community, had a perfectly clear day last Saturday to pursue their efforts with a clean-up campaign along the Falling Creek Reservoir and its watershed.