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Organizing Your Closet: How & What

Organizing Your Closet: How & What

By AMY VOLK Fall is a great time to clean out the closets and get rid of all those things you haven’t worn in a long, long time. De-cluttering the…

Veteran of the Month: Phyllis Schirle

Veteran of the Month: Phyllis Schirle

By MJ KNOBLOCK Much to the dismay of her parents, Phyllis Schirle wasn’t interested in attending college right after graduation. Born and raised in Akron, Ohio, she graduated from high…

Chesapeake Sports Club Hears Auto Racing Expert

Chesapeake Sports Club Hears Auto Racing Expert

Members and guests of the Chesapeake Sports Club got an unexpected treat recently when their scheduled speaker had to cancel a few days before their event.  The Club was able…

Mayor’s Breakfast to Honor Veterans to be held September 21

The 5th Annual Mayor’s Breakfast to Honor Veterans will be held Saturday September 21, 2013 at Traditions at Chesapeake Golf Club.  The breakfast is scheduled from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00…

Knights of Columbus hold Officer Installation Ceremoney

Knights of Columbus hold Officer Installation Ceremoney

On Sunday July 21st 2013 local Knights of Columbus Chesapeake Council 8240 (Prince of Peace Catholic Church) and Fr. Edward L. Richardson Council 11984 (St. Stephen Martyr) held their Officer Installation Ceremony and Luncheon. …

October Brings the Annual Waterways Heritage Festival

October Brings the Annual Waterways Heritage Festival

By HENRY HULL Mark your calendar for October 12th and 13th to celebrate the 4th Annual Waterways Heritage Festival! Join us from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 12th…

Who Taught You About Money

By RICHARD T. HARRIS Somewhere along the line, perhaps at several stops, an interested someone took the time to teach you all that you know about money, or not.  Everything…

Give It a Shot

Give It a Shot

What takes less than 10 minutes, is virtually painless and could potentially save your life? The influenza vaccination. Commonly known as the flu shot, it can prevent you from becoming…

Report from City Hall

Report from City Hall

Chesapeake – A City of Opportunities By Council Member SCOTT MATHESON Chesapeake is currently in the process of updating and revising its Comprehensive Plan (CP). The CP is a roadmap…

Constitutional Corner

Constitutional Corner

Disabled Veterans Tax Exemption By Commissioner of the Revenue RAY CONNER    At the general election held on November 2, 2010, the voters of our state overwhelmingly approved an amendment to…

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