Since the federal government rolled out new school lunch regulations mandating less fat and more vegetables, photos of miserable-looking trays of food have periodically popped up on social media and in local news with a mocking question: Woul…
Since the federal government rolled out new school lunch regulations mandating less fat and more vegetables, photos of miserable-looking trays of food have periodically popped up on social media and in local news with a mocking question: Would you...
Chesterfield County residents will get a chance to share their thoughts next month on the county’s proposed Bikeways and Trail Plan, which could change how people play and exercise for decades to come.
A camel seized last week by Chesterfield County police is generating enough interest from curious county employees and residents that officials have posted an overnight guard at his pen behind the animal control department and hung tarps to shield...
Francis Stevens, a 10-year veteran of the Capitol police, is looking to make history in Chesterfield later this year by trying to become the first Asian to be elected to the county’s Board of Supervisors.
QUESTION: On March 23, I saw a work crew cleaning up the sand/salt/chemical debris that had built up along the concrete sides of a bridge over a small creek after the winter’s snow. The crew was scooping up the debris with shovels and tossing it over the side of the bridge and into the creek below.
CHESTERFIELD — The Chesterfield County School Board is continuing to investigate a change in school start times, with an eye toward opening high schools no earlier than 8 a.m. High schools currently open at 7:20 a.m.
CHESTERFIELD — Chesterfield County Public Schools administrators told the School Board at a recent meeting that they plan to consult with teachers as they explore potential tweaks to middle school block scheduling.
A plan to renovate Monacan High School in Chesterfield County is $3.3 million over budget, leaving some county leaders wondering why the school system didn’t know sooner that the project was going to cost more than estimated.
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