As promised, Dominion Virginia Power officials conducted a tour of the Chesterfield power station last Thursday for a group of 12 citizens that included state Sen. Amanda Chase.
Despite their dissatisfaction with the company’s coal ash management practices, several of the people who participated in the tour agreed that the atmosphere was cordial and nonconfrontational.
Jarica Davis knows the value of educators. Moving frequently as a kid, Davis says the support of teachers made all the difference during her troubled childhood in rural east Texas.
“Where would we be without our educators?” asks Davis from a chair in her Hallsley kitchen.
Neighbors of Dr. Dennis J. Rudzinski and his wife Marilyn say the 2700 block of Newquay Lane in the Bexley subdivision won’t be the same without them.
According to Chesterfield County Police, Dennis Rudzinski, 73, apparently shot and killed his 68-year-old cancer-stricken wife before taking his own life on the morning of May 18.
Virginia State University’s Hospitality Management Department is offering a summer bridge program for high school juniors and seniors interested in pursuing a career in the hospitality management industry, including hotel and restaurant management, travel agencies, cruise lines, event planning, casinos and more.
In like a lion. Out like a lamb.
Nearly a year ago, when members of the Planning Commission first considered whether the county should acquire property for the creation of a linear park adjacent to Falling Creek, they encountered considerable citizen opposition.