Henrico Police to participate in Drug Take Back Program

The Henrico County Police Division along with the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration will participate in the nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Program. This event will take place Saturday, Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Henrico County Training Center at 7701 East Parham Rd.

The program is free and anonymous. Unused or expired pills and patches will be accepted – no questions asked. Liquids, needles and sharp items will not be accepted.
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Henrico Schools to host College and Career Night Nov. 1


Students of all ages are invited to investigate options for life after high school at Henrico County Public Schools’ 2017 College and Career Night. The annual countywide event offers a chance to talk with representatives of more than 100 universities, colleges and professional programs, as well as about 50 representatives of career options such as businesses and branches of the military.

College and Career Night will take place Wednesday, Nov. 1 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Henrico High School, 302 Azalea Ave.
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Business in brief


Henrico-based nonprofit Commonwealth Autism recently received the Standards for Excellence Institute’s Seal of Excellence for successfully completing its accreditation program. Commonwealth Autism voluntarily opened itself to analysis by a peer review team during the last 18 months that examined the organization’s compliance with the “Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector.” These standards cover areas such as: mission, strategy and evaluation; leadership – board, staff and volunteers; legal compliance and ethics; finance and operations; resource development; and public awareness, engagement and advocacy. Commonwealth Autism was one of six organizations in the Richmond region to be recognized and the first in the region to achieve full accreditation. In addition to this accreditation, Commonwealth Autism is recognized as an Accredited Charity with the Richmond Better Business Bureau and holds accreditation from the Code of Ethics for Behavioral Organizations (COEBO).
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Henrico engineering firm merging with 2 other local firms


Representatives from Koontz-Bryant, Geo-Solutions and Willmark Engineering announced this week that the three companies will be merging to form Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams.

Henrico-based Koontz-Bryant is a civil engineering, surveying, landscape architecture and environmental services firm that has been in operation for more than 26 years. Chester-based Geo-Solutions’ expertise lies in geotechnical engineering, environmental services and drainfield design, and Ashland-based Willmark Engineering provides civil engineering services to the commercial and industrial market sectors.
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Henrico planners hear input on future of Route 5 corridor


Protecting the beauty that exists along the Route 5 corridor should development arrive 20 to 30 years from now is big concern for many Varina residents.

On June 8, Henrico County planners hosted a community input open house at Varina Library to receive input about the Route 5 Corridor/Marion Hill Study. The study is a part of the Henrico County 2026 Comprehensive Plan. It focuses on an area 500 feet on either side of the center line of Route 5 for its 13.75-mile length through the Varina District.
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Glen Allen HS teens to attend annual safe-driving conference


Nearly 100 teens representing 30 Virginia high schools and middle schools – including Glen Allen High – will be arriving at James Madison University June 19 for a week of educational and hands-on activities that focus on safe driving practices and the importance of making responsible decisions while driving.

The 2017 Summer Leadership Retreat is sponsored by Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety and the Virginia State Police and is funded by a grant from the Virginia DMV Highway Safety Office.
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Kinlaw to deliver ‘State of the Schools’ address at June 26 meeting


Henrico County Public Schools Superintendent Pat Kinlaw will deliver his "State of the Schools" address to a meeting of the Eastern Henrico Business Association Monday, June 26 at 6 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, 441 International Center Drive in Sandston.
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CARITAS to open recovery program for women


CARITAS, a nonprofit that strives to end homelessness, plans to start a long-term recovery program for women in Richmond after the success of its program for men, The Healing Place. The women’s facility is tentatively scheduled to open in late 2017 or early 2018.

In the midst of what federal and state officials call an opioid epidemic, the new program will allow CARITAS to offer residential treatment for addiction to Richmond-area women for the first time.
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Corporate investment


More than 5,550 participants took part June 11 in the Anthem Corporate Run, an event designed to celebrate the importance of workplace wellness initiatives, team building programs and business-to-business networking opportunities.
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Northern, Eastern Henrico corridor upgrades progressing

Construction on Richmond-Henrico Turnpike bond referendum project to start next year
JUNE 14, 10 A.M. – Upgrades to the Richmond-Henrico Turnpike will cost $31.5 million, and revitalization projects valued at just under $7 million in the Laburnum gateway region and Highland Springs areas have been completed, the Henrico County Board of Supervisors learned Tuesday evening.

The board received an update on the progress of the Richmond-Henrico Turnpike and revitalization projects in a special work session before its regular meeting.
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Witte wins Republican nomination for Brookland supervisor’s seat

JUNE 13, 10:30 P.M. – Brookland District Planning Commissioner Bob Witte will be the Republican Party’s nominee to fill the Brookland District seat on the county’s Board of Supervisors.

Voters in the Republican primary election district today selected Witte (51 percent) over Benjamin Dessart (40 percent) and Gilbert Wilkerson, Sr. (8 percent). Witte will face Democratic nominee Courtney Lynch in the November general election, with the winner filling the final two years of late supervisor Dick Glover’s four-year term.

Henrico voters also helped determine party nominees in several Virginia House of Delegates districts and for the statewide offices of governor and lieutenant governor.
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Henrico County property transactions, May 15-21


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

5000 Thrush Lane – $144,800, 1,779 SF (built in 1964), from Elman F. and Betty Hadra to Claritza Tejeda and Ellis P. Olivera.
1420 Almondberry Place – $155,000, 1,254 SF (built in 2001), from Gravnie Augustine to Randolph J. Green.
10117 Laurel Lakes Drive – $180,000, 1,764 SF (built in 1985), from Phuong Bui to Cuong Quoc Nguyen and Mien Hac.
6514 Poplar Spring Road – $194,900, 1,456 SF (built in 2000), from David K. Craft and H. A. Hurt to William B. Tolson and Trudy K. Shipes.
9700 Needles Way – $210,000, 1,341 SF (built in 1983), from David and Muoi L. Tran to Emmanuel Q. Frimpong.
8012 King Eider Drive – $235,000, 2,300 SF (built in 2006), from Devin and Louquan Adkins to Tiffany Nicole Farmer.
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Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week – June 12, 2017


Crime Stoppers needs your help to solve a double homicide in the City of Richmond.

On Wednesday, June 7, at approximately 9:53 p.m., officers received calls for random gunfire in the 3600 block of Decatur Street. They arrived and found the bodies of Christian Singleton and Ketron Wells outside on the ground lying near each other. They had both been shot.
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Parr named Henrico Social Services director


Henrico County Manager John A. Vithoulkas has appointed Ty F. Parr to serve as director of the Department of Social Services, effective June 24.

Parr has served Henrico Social Services as its Children’s Services Act coordinator since 2014. He will succeed Cynthia J. Steinhauser, who is retiring after serving as director since 2012.
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72nd District Republican Primary – Ernesto Sampson, Edward Whitlock


In preparation for Tuesday's primary elections, the Henrico Citizen invited the candidates for every race that impacts Henrico County to answer several questions about themselves. The responses of those in this election who replied appear below:
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Artist Nancy Blum, whose exhibition of new drawings opens Nov. 3 at the Reynolds Gallery, will take the stage with Dr. Eric Brenner, associate professor of biology at Pace University, for a dialogue about their shared fascination with plant evolution and the infinite complexities of the plant world. The event, “The Art and Science of Plant Dynamics,” will take place from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Curator Ashley Kistler will moderate the conversation. There will be a cash bar before and after the event featuring a floral cocktail designed for the occasion. Admission is free and open to the public. Pre-registration encouraged at http://www.lewisginter.org. Full text

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