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You know that family that loses their house to a fire, or loses their jobs and then their home because they can’t pay the mortgage, or a single mother living on just her income that has a catastrophic illness. You know them, you may be them. We can all be them tomorrow because sometimes it gets tough.
Fossils are usually not thought of as a something found or even searched for in this area; at least not specimens from 115-to-125 million years ago. Typically, those searching for antique objects find relics that date to the Civil War or the Colonial period.
The Chester Community Association (CCA) is bringing holiday cheer to Rt. 10 in the form of Christmas wreaths. In 2011, the CCA started their annual Christmas mission by hanging six wreaths through Chester Village. They added 10 in 2012 and 15 more this year for a total of 31 wreaths, extending from Robertson Avenue to Chester Road.
It could be one of the finest sensory experiences in the world; pungent, sharp, sweet and intoxicating.
Chesterfield General Registrar Lawrence Haake is under a 90-day deadline to scrub the county’s voter rolls. A statewide recount of Virginia election results in the attorney general’s race is expected to be complete before then.
As Thanksgiving is suddenly here, many begin to reflect not only on what they are thankful for in their own lives but what they have done to help others be thankful.
As Thanksgiving approaches, many people are making their lists of things they are grateful for this time of year. Lennie Nugent is thankful that this past year he was able to eat his wife’s cooking and sleep in their bed, which may seem out of place for a man that had no heart.
Today Eleanor, the most recent addition to the livestock exhibit, had a special treat with lots of juicy apples while posing in the warm sunshine of her new home at Henricus Historical Park.
If you could travel back 60-70 years, Jefferson Davis Highway would look much different than it does today. Oh, it would still be asphalt, but a pleasant drive through massive wood and passed cottages and motels so cute they’d yell at you to stop to stay for the night.