Henrico County property transactions, July 10-16


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

3714 Pemberton Ave.- $105,000, 720 SF (built in 1957), from William F. Patton Jr. to Jessica Garcia.

510 Besler Ln.- $121,000, 964 SF (built in 1986), from Joseph and Coral P. Bolden to Taneen Marlow.

3502 Westcliffe Ave.- $140,000, 1,564 SF (built in 1947), from Benny H. Wilson Jr. to Benjamin A. Nyannor.
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FirstComp Insurance Company, Markel Corp. named top insurance carriers


Two Glen Allen-based insurance carriers have been named among the top such companies in the nation.

Markel Corp. and FirstComp Insurance Company (now owned by Markel) are among 38 carriers recognized on the Insurance Business America list of the top insurance carriers in the country.
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Walmart honors Citizen’s ‘Top Teachers’ during grand opening


The much-anticipated new Walmart Supercenter in Eastern Henrico opened to busy crowds last week, and company officials welcomed a special group of shoppers, too.
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Henrico man pleads guilty to child exploitation

A 61-year-old Henrico man pleaded guilty July 16 to charges of engaging in a child exploitation enterprise.

According to court documents, Noland Anthony Harper conspired with three other adult males to sexually abuse three juvenile victims, photograph the abuse and then distribute the photos to other individuals online. In 2014, Harper traveled from Richmond to Desert Hot Springs, Calif. on three separate occasions and rendezvoused with the co-conspirators, who were residents of California and Arizona. While there, Harper and the others met up with the three minor boys, all of whom were under 16-years-old (including two who were 11-years-old) and sexually abused them, engaging in various sexual acts.
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Business in brief


U.S. News & World Report has rated Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital among the nation’s best in five critical-care procedures and conditions. Out of more than 4,000 hospitals around the country that were evaluated for health care practices and outcomes in surgical procedures and chronic conditions, only 34 hospitals were designated as “High Performing” in all five of the following areas: heart bypass surgery, heart failure, hip replacement, knee replacement and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). A rating of “High Performing” indicates that a hospital was significantly better than the national average in a given procedure or condition.
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4 Henrico residents among Allen & Allen’s ‘Hometown Heroes’


Four Henrico residents are among the 2015 class of 50 "Hometown Heroes," as selected by the Allen & Allen personal injury law firm. The firm began the program in 2010 to honor local acts of kindness and heroism in the Richmond, Charlottesville and Fredericksburg regions, where it has offices.

The Henrico winners are Robert Bell, Jr., Shaw Blackmon, Kimberly Braine-Tillem and Patricia Clement. They and the other 46 winners will be recognized July 17 at the Fridays After Five concert in Fredericksburg; July 21 at the Richmond Flying Squirrels game in Richmond; and July 29 at the Celebrate Virginia Live concert in Charlottesville.
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Bass fishing league tournament coming to Henrico


The 2015 Walmart Bass Fishing League season will visit Henrico County on Saturday, July 25, when the Shenandoah division takes on the James River. As many as 400 boaters and co-anglers will be competing for top awards of up to $8,000 and $3,000 respectively in the one-day event.

The event will launch from Osborne Landing in Varina. Anglers will be seen targeting bass in summertime patterns on the main river in areas that include natural cover, like rocks and brush piles. Jigs, square-billed crankbaits and ChatterBaits will be popular at this point in the season. Previous winners on the James River also have found success with buzzbaits in the grass marshes on the lower end of the river. A 15-pound five-bass limit will most likely be needed to win this tournament, according to tournament officials.
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Rebuild America volunteers providing makeoves to 3 Henrico schools

Members of the Richmond-area volunteer group Rebuild America are putting in long hours in the July heat to give three Henrico elementary schools a makeover. July 6-10 the participants worked at Highland Springs Elementary School. This week they’re focusing on Ratcliffe and Laburnum elementary schools; volunteers are at the schools from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Thursday.

About 450 people – many affiliated with Faith Landmarks Ministries – are contributing to the makeovers during the two-week initiative. The participants work in bright T-shirts and are painting, raking, pruning, weeding and scrubbing.
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Lakeside introduces “Bike-Friendly Saturdays” discount program

The Lakeside Business Association has partnered with Bike Walk RVA, a program of Sports Backers, to bring the region's first permanent bike-friendly business district to Lakeside in northern Henrico. Lakeside builds upon the temporary bike friendly business district in another Northside neighborhood, Bellevue, which was established to celebrate National Bike Month this past May.

Twenty-one businesses along Lakeside Avenue are participating in "Bike-Friendly Saturdays" by offering discounts, free merchandise and other promotions for anyone who arrives by bike on a Saturday. A full list of participating businesses and details about their offers can be found at https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zu7XOTYB4GCY.kc-An3x79a5s&usp=sharing.
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Henrico Business Bash attracts more than 60

Bill Eastman of Richmond Biz Live talking with an attendee



The Henrico Citizen and T3 Media, LLC hosted the Henrico Business Bash July 8 at Texas de Brazil in Short Pump, and more than 60 attendees participated in business networking and heard from speakers representing Synapse, Yelp! Richmond, Zuula Consulting, Richmond Biz Live, Richmond Bubble Soccer and the Henrico Christmas Mother program. Bill Eastman of Richmond Biz Live, a weekly business radio show on WLEE-990 AM, sponsored the event.
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Henrico Fire officials rescue kitten

UPDATE: JULY 14, 11:29 A.M. – Henrico Fire officials made a unique rescue this morning, shortly after 9:30 a.m., when a local resident pulled into the Glenwood Farms firehouse in Henrico’s Northside.

A small kitten had become stuck in the wheel well of her car. The firefighters went out to the parking lot to see if they could assist. After receiving the assistance of Technical Rescue Team at a neighboring station, they were able to remove the wheel and parts of the cars suspension to remove the kitten. The kitten was unharmed in the entire process and turned over to Henrico Animal Protection for evaluation.

Firefighter Jake White (pictured above) comforted the kitten afterward.
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Collegiate teacher earns Presidential Award for Excellence, $10,000

Collegiate School science teacher Stewart Williamson has been selected to receive a 2015 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

The PAEMST program recognizes teachers for their contributions to the teaching and learning of mathematics and science and is administered by the National Science Foundation on behalf of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
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A festive Fourth

Crowds flock to Lewis Ginter to celebrate holiday
Thousands of visitors – including some in festive apparel – celebrated the Fourth of July at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Lakeside. The garden offered free admission for the occasion.
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Guns continue to trigger debate

Opinions of local residents vary on firearm ownership

Standing outside Zombie Defense gun store in northern Henrico on a cigarette break, a store employee, who asked not to be named, cautiously talked about misconceptions of gun laws in America.

“They think that anyone can get a gun anywhere,” he said. “But everybody who buys a gun from us, or any licensed dealer, has to go through a state and federal background check.”

Inside the store, other employees expressed frustration with the way the debate over guns has been waged locally. Groups like The Right to Bear Arms RVA used in-your-face tactics to raise awareness, marching through Carytown with guns.
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Henrico Christmas Mother program’s ‘Christmas in July’ kickoff social planned


Henrico Restaurant Week will sponsor a kickoff social on Wednesday, July 15, at Mosaic Restaurant on River Road to support the Henrico Christmas Mother program, the beneficiary of Henrico Restaurant Week Oct. 2-11.

Admission is free, and there will be free food, happy hour specials, a chance to bid on silent auction items (such as restaurant gift certificates, artwork, Richmond Flying Squirrels tickets and more) and a chance to meet Henrico Christmas Mother Beverly Cocke. Donations to the Christmas Mother program also will be accepted. All silent auction proceeds will benefit the program.
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