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West End office complex sold


A Massachusetts based real estate company has purchased a West End office complex for $12.75 million.

Select Income REITof Newton, Mass., bought Parham Place I, II and III on East Parham Road from South Carolina-based JEDD, which had bought the first two phases of the complex for $7.6 million in July 2008. > Read more.

Henrico Police to host Community Day Aug. 1

The Henrico County Division of Police will host Community Day Aug. 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Henrico County Western Government Complex at 4301 E. Parham Rd.

Attendees can enjoy free games and activities throughout the day, food, entertainment, the “sidewalk of services,” VIN etching by H.E.A.T., a job fair, and demonstrations and displays from police, fire, animal protection and sheriff’s office. Learn about the Division’s latest initiative Operation Summer Heat. Community Day is also the kick off for National Night Out, taking place on the following Tuesday, Aug. 4. > Read more.

Henrico County property transactions, June 22-28


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

233 North Mapleleaf Avenue – $74,000, 980 SF (built in 1980), from B. Elizabeth Twietmeyer to James L. Reynolds, Sr.
5308 Michael Avenue – $85,000, 720 SF (built in 1949), from Wells Fargo Bank NA to Jordan Cole Robinson.
11800 Cobblers Stone Place – $98,885, 4,062 SF (built in 2003), from Ben A. and Tracy S. Ottinger to Ben A. Ottinger.
9713 Royerton Drive – $115,000, 923 SF (built in 1957), from Ethel L. and C.G.G. Normal to Peyton and Elizabeth A. Burchell.
8716 Holly Hill Road – $119,190, 1,125 SF (built in 1956), from Luis Murillo to Selene Finance LP. > Read more.
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Bagby, Dunnavant, Everhart, Barshinger claim primary wins

Recount needed in Republican Commonwealth's Attorney race
POSTED: June 9, 10:05 P.M./ UPDATED: June 10, 8:06 A.M. – Jeff Everhart defeated Tony Pham by 32 votes to win the Republican nomination for the Henrico Commonwealth's Attorney seat tonight in one of the closest local races in recent history. A total of 17,963 votes were cast in the race; Shannon Dillon finished a distant third with 19 percent of the vote.

A recount will take place to decide the race. Because Everhart's margin of victory – 40.69 percent to 40.51 percent – was less than 1 percent, Pham is eligible to request a recount through the Henrico Circuit Court, which he has indicated he will do.

In other races, Siobhan Dunnavant won the hotly contested four-way Republican primary for the 12th District Virginia Senate seat, earning 38 percent of the vote to hold off former Virginia Delegate Bill Janis (30 percent), Republican strategist Vince Haley (22 percent) and attorney Ed Whitlock (9 percent). > Read more.

Elephant Auto to add 1,173 jobs in Henrico

UPDATE: JUNE 9, 9:30 A.M. – Henrico-based Elephant Auto Insurance will add more than 1,110 jobs in the county as part of a $2 million expansion of its location here, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and company officials announced today.

Elephant, a subsidiary of U.K.-based Admiral Group plc, is one of the fastest growing auto insurance companies in the U.S. It arrived in Henrico in 2009 and opened with 40 employees, grew to about 300 employees by early 2014 and then completed a move into the former Circuit City headquarters building on Mayland Drive in the West End earlier this year. > Read more.

Fields of gold

Farming has a rich history in Henrico, but an uncertain future

As the summer begins, corn, wheat, soybeans, herbs and fruit are growing throughout Henrico County.

Despite surrounding three sides of Richmond and being the fifth most populous county in the state, Henrico is still home to 117 farms and 12,891 acres of farmland. County residents and leaders have been debating the role of farms in Henrico for the past 50 years. While few will dispute the beauty of historic Tree Hill Farm or Varina Farm, there is a wide spectrum of opinions as to what role farms should play in the future of the county.

Nowhere else in the county is farmland as expansive as in the eastern district of Varina. > Read more.

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Community

10th annual Filipino Festival coming in August


The 10th Annual Filipino Festival will be held Aug. 7-8 at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 8200 Woodman Rd., beginning with opening ceremonies at 5 p.m. Friday and continuing with live entertainment, food and exhibits until 10 p.m. On Saturday the festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. with a full schedule of performances featuring traditional Filipino dance, music and song.

Filipino cuisine, including BBQ, pansit, lumpia, adobo, halo-halo, lechon, empanada and leche flan, will be available for purchase. The festival will also feature a children's area, church tours, exhibits, and health screenings. > Read more.

CMoR reopens at new Short Pump site

The Children’s Museum of Richmond last week opened its new Short Pump location at Short Pump Town Center, to the delight of children who attended a sneak preview of the location July 10. The new facility, located under the forthcoming LL Bean store (formerly the food court) is 8,500 square feet in size – much larger than CMoR’s former Short Pump location at West Broad Village, which opened in 2010. The new space includes The CarMax Foundation Service Station, the Silver Diner, a grocery store, a performance stage and an art studio, as well as a giant Light Bright Wall. > Read more.
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