As I write out this week’s World Music Show (4/20) blog, I’m blaring “Divine Intervention” by Matthew Sweet in the empty office (it’s a holiday weekend for some). Before you comment that it’s not a World Music track, it’s ok--I’m global and play all sorts of things.
Articles by Ian Stewart
Chesterfield County’s Transportation Department gave an overview to the Planning Commission, highlighting new projects and how to pay for them.
The Chesterfield School Resource officer with ties to a White Nationalist group has been terminated.
Is it a holiday? Because coming up on the World Music Show this week (4-13) we’ll have a ton of great new music to unwrap.
The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors adopted its 2020 budget on Wednesday. It’s a 3 percent increase from last year.
It’ll be a bit of the new, the classic mixed with a twinge of sadness on this week’s World Music Show (3/30).
The $1.9 Million gap in school funding in the Chesterfield School’s Budget may be solved. But the question is how?
Nearly 80 percent of children in families who make less than $50,000 a year have little or no swimming skills. In Central Virginia, groups are working to change those statistics and address the lasting disparities caused by segregation.
Chesterfield's 2020 budget includes a merit increase for staff. It's the largest raise county employees have seen in 11 years. Back in 2009, county staff saw a 4% pay raise.