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Hermitage quarterback Jay Carney escapes defenders during the Panthers' 33-0 win against Godwin Friday night. Hermitage is 8-0 and has won its past four games by a combined score of 172-28.
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Challenger Day will get students with disabilities onto the field


Students from 22 Henrico County elementary schools will take to the baseball field Oct. 18 and learn how to field, hit and run the bases. The students will take part in Challenger Day, an annual event at the Tuckahoe Park Baseball Complex that introduces students with significant disabilities to the fundamentals of baseball. The students will also enjoy games, an art project, roaming mascots and a picnic lunch.
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Business in brief


Eisenman & Associates, Inc. employee Tracie Grady recently was named the 2017 Virginia Business Meeting Planner of the Year. Grady was chosen by a committee of industry leaders among 19 nominees. The award is a partnership between Virginia Business magazine and the Virginia Society of Association Executives. Its goal is to recognize the unsung hero of the association, non-profit, and business world, the professional meeting planner. Grady works with clients in a number of areas, including membership management, publication design, membership directories and convention/tradeshow programs. She has worked in the association industry, primarily focused on meeting planning, for more than 20 years. She is a graduate of VCU. Eisenman & Associates, Inc. is an association management and meetings consulting company.
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Police arrest man in upskirting case


Henrico Police arrested a Lancaster man after observing him shoot video up victims' skirts at a Near West End shopping center on Wednesday.

Stephen Ryan Lewis faces one count of felony unlawful creation of image of another and one count of misdemeanor unlawful creation of image of another. He is being held in the Henrico County Jail.

On June 19, police received information that a man was observed taking pictures up victim’s skirts in the 400 block of N. Ridge Road.
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Business in brief


Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC recently reported the following transactions in Henrico County: Jerome A. Cohen, D.D.S. – leased 1,156 square feet at Libbie Medical Center at 5700 Old Richmond Ave.; eLEEte Physicians, LLC – leased 721 square feet at Libbie Medical Center, 5700 Old Richmond Ave.; Michael O. Hughes t/a Artificial Eye Clinic – leased 597 square feet at Libbie Medical Center at 5700 Old Richmond Ave.; Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc.Dixie, Inc. – leased 13,700 square feet at Dabney X at 2203 Tomlynn St.; and TRC Acquisitions – purchased 1 +/- acres from Creighton & Laburnum, LLC at 3384 Creighton Rd.
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School Board seeks applicants for Fairfield District seat

Seat is vacant after Bagby's Gen. Assem. victory
JULY 23, 1:45 P.M. – The Henrico County School Board is seeking interested candidates to fill the remainder of the term previously served by two-term Fairfield District representative Lamont Bagby, who resigned today upon being sworn-in to the Virginia House of Delegates. The new member will serve the remainder of Bagby's term, which concludes this year.

Applicants must be registered voters and live in the Fairfield Magisterial District. Applicants must send a letter expressing their interest and a resume to School Board Clerk Sue Largen. In addition, interested applicants must complete a Statement of Economic Interest and a Statement of Qualification.
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Bagby wins special election in 74th House district

UPDATE: JULY 21, 8:45 P.M. – Two-term Fairfield District School Board member Lamont Bagby today easily won a special election for the 74th District Virginia House of Delegates seat.

Bagby defeated independent David Lambert, son of late state senator Benjamin Lambert, 84 percent to 15 percent in a sparsely attended election. Less than 5 percent of eligible voters cast ballots. The district includes portions of eastern and northern Henrico, two precincts in Richmond and all of Charles City County. Nearly 88 percent of the ballots cast came from Henrico.
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8 spots in Henrico where the Flying Squirrels could land

JULY 20, 7:45 P.M. – Stop us if you've heard this one before: the Richmond Flying Squirrels are looking for a new home.

Could they find one in Henrico? It's possible, after Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones announced last week that he had met with Henrico County Manager John Vithoulkas and
Chesterfield County Administrator Jay Stegmaier and that the three localities would work together to try to identify a potential landing spot for the region's Double-A baseball team. In making his announcement, Jones indicated that the team's current home on the Boulevard would not be on the table for a future site, because city officials remain committed to supporting a children's hospital there.

Here are eight potential Henrico sites that could meet the Squirrels' needs.
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Police seek man who stole gun from gun show

Virginia State Police are seeking the public's assistance to locate a man who stole a firearm at a gun show at the Richmond International Raceway Complex July 11.

During the event, a Virginia State Police Trooper was notified of a handgun that was stolen from a private vendor at the gun show. The suspect had approached the vendor table, stolen the handgun and then smuggled it out of the building.
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Henrico teen honored at White House


Recent Hermitage Technical Center graduate Benjamin Miller, of Glen Allen, (pictured, third from right) was honored at the White House last month by First Lady Michelle Obama as part of a Career and Technical Education Innovators Showcase.

Miller was one of three SkillsUSA members who joined three SkillsUSA instructors and two members of the organization's national staff at the June 30 event. During the event, the White House showcased student projects and led discussions with education leaders, business and industry representatives and policymakers on how the best CTE programs can be replicated and expanded. The students and educators were selected through a competitive process run by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE).
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Voters in the 74th District head back to the polls today

Bagby, Lambert view in special election to serve remainder of Morrissey's term

Voters in the 74th Virginia House of Delegates District, which includes a portion of northern and eastern Henrico, as well as Charles City County and a portion of Richmond, are heading back to the polls today to select a replacement for former Delegate Joe Morrissey. It will be the fifth general, special or primary election held in the district since November 2013.

Democrat Lamont Bagby and independent David Lambert, son of former state senator Benjamin Lambert, at competing in today's special election to serve the remainder of the term vacated by Morrissey, who resigned earlier this year.
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Confusion leaves summer ESL students without meals


Nearly 200 middle school and high school students who are enrolled in an intensive English as a Second Language summer course at Hungary Creek Middle School are not receiving meals at the school, as the result of apparent confusion about whether the school or program could qualify for a free federal summer meals program.

Approximately 180 students are enrolled in the program, which has run four days per week, from 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. each day, since June 22 and will conclude July 23.

The program is designed to assist students who are determined to be at the lowest levels of English proficiency, so that they will be better prepared academically in the fall, according to Val Gooss, Henrico Public Schools' education specialist for ESL and foreign languages.
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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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