Henrico real estate staying strong despite low inventory

The Henrico real estate market has been relatively strong for the past month, despite a lower amount of inventory, according to data from Long and Foster Real Estate.

In the past month, 408 homes have been sold in Henrico, which is 2 percent less than were sold in the same timeframe in 2016.

Last year the median sale prices for Henrico homes was $219,975, whereas this month it's up to $232,500, a 6 percent increase. Which means half of the homes in Henrico are priced above $232,500 and half are priced below.
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Smither named director of Henrico’s Department of Finance

Henrico County Manager John A. Vithoulkas has appointed Edward N. “Ned” Smither Jr. to serve as director of the Department of Finance, effective July 1.

Smither has served Henrico since 2013 as director of the Accounting Division in Finance. He will succeed Eugene H. Walter, who has delayed his retirement until June 30 to ensure an orderly transition within the department.
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Norfolk man arrested at RIC after TSA catches him with gun

A Norfolk man was arrested at Richmond International Airport May 18 after Transportation Security Administration officers detected a loaded semi-automatic handgun in the traveler’s carry-on bag.

A TSA officer detected the .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun inside the man’s carry-on bag as it passed through the security checkpoint X-ray machine. The handgun was loaded with 13 bullets.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Lisa Robinson

Highland Springs ES, second grade
Lisa Robinson was watching some of her second-grade students at Highland Springs Elementary School play with each other one day several years ago, rough-housing a bit and pretending to kick one another. She asked what they were doing, and they responded, "We're playing police!"

More recently, when she invited several Henrico Police officers to visit her students and talk with them, she recalled her reaction when they entered the room.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Jeannine Chewning

Hermitage HS, government
Although her dreams of becoming a Major League Baseball player and a detective didn't quite pan out as she'd hoped, Jeannine Chewning seems more than content that another dream – to become a teacher – did.

Now in her 26th year in the classroom – and her 16th at Hermitage High School – Chewning has found her calling as a government teacher at the school's Center for the Humanities.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Christine Guise

Rolfe MS, English
Encouraging middle-schoolers to become enthralled with English can be about as simple as teaching a family pet how to manage mutual funds.

But Christine Guise takes a simplistic approach to engaging her sixth-grade English students at John Rolfe Middle School.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Carrie Gouldman

Trevvett ES, kindergarten
Carrie Gouldman grew up in a family of teachers but was determined to follow a different career path herself.

Oops.

Although she graduated from Old Dominion University with a human service counseling degree and went to work in the real estate field, it wasn’t long before she realized something didn’t feel right.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Alice Robinson

Mehfoud ES, resource teacher
You might say that Alice Robinson lives for this.

For 47 years, she has awakened early, often arriving at Mehfoud Elementary School before the sun does, frequently remaining until there’s almost no one left in the building.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Aparna Harger

Fairfield MS, French
Aparna Harger discovered her love for teaching at the age of 25 in a tiny French town, thousands of miles from her home, in a place where she often was unable to communicate the most basic of questions.

It wasn't quite where she might have expected to end up.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Jehan Gabrual

Dumbarton ES, second grade
Though she grew up in Henrico County, Jehan Gabrual's parents were natives of Egypt who struggled with the English language when they arrived in this country. As a child, she witnessed the way her teachers at Crestview Elementary School – particularly Cindy Harris and Peggy Hart – supported her family and helped ensure that she excelled in class.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Krystal Johnson

Tucker HS, science
Krystal Johnson loves shaping the minds of the next generation and is always trying new things to get her students excited about science.

Johnson grew up in nearby Hanover County and attended Patrick Henry High School. She then graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in environmental science.
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Henrico’s Top Teachers – Christian Nolde

Deep Run HS, exceptional education
For Christian Nolde, the chance to be a teacher is a privilege, and he considers himself fortunate to be part of a community like Deep Run.

"Every day," he says, "I get to work hard helping kids, and they make me a more energetic, creative, and compassionate person.
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Police seek help identifying skeletal remains


Henrico Police officials are seeking the public's help in identifying the person whose remains were found April 7 by an employee of Republic Services on the company's property in Eastern Henrico.

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined the remains to be that of a white male, 45 to 67 years of age [at the time of death] and approximately 5-foot-2 to 5-foot-7 in height.
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Henrico County property transactions, May 1-7


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

9012 Michaux Lane- $118,010, 1,192 SF (built in 1957), from Garrett R. and Kathy Hughes to Zachoro LLC.
3213 Stony Valley Drive- $200,000, 2,103 SF (built in 2005), from Karon H. Scott to Rodney W. Shepherd.
950 Wheelwood Way- $250,000, 3,108 SF (built in 2000), from Larry Sr. and Peggy Cary to Terrell Harris.
5520 Abbott Circle- $315,000, 1,845 SF (built in 1999), from Carlos and Kendra Villasana to Bryan J. and Brittany N. McCarter.
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Collegiate wins Green Schools Award


The U.S. Green Building Council Greater Virginia Community (USGBC Greater Virginia) recently held its sixth-annual Connect the Dots for Green Schools Challenge Awards at The Steward School’s Bryan Innovation Lab, and a Henrico County school won one of five awards for implementing an environmental stewardship program.

Collegiate Lower School students won the Merit Award, embodying principles of responsible citizenship and advocacy with a food waste-composting program in the school.
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