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10/29/13 - Police seek drugstore robbery suspect

10/29/13 - Comments about Division of Police invited

10/29/13 - Rabies case reported in Henrico

10/29/13 - Cantor hosts volunteer fair

10/25/13 - Across generations

10/24/13 - Business in brief

10/24/13 - Glen Allen HS students spread safe driving message

10/24/13 - Reindeer and helpers

10/23/13 - ‘Scouting for Food’ drive to begin Oct. 26

10/23/13 - Police make arrest in 1994 Henrico murder

10/21/13 - Food for thought

10/21/13 - Stratford University students dish out ‘KISS’es

10/17/13 - Plans for Capital Trail’s path through Varina take shape

10/17/13 - Pink-out at St. Mary’s

10/17/13 - Honoring life-savers

10/17/13 - Fairfield MS teacher earns national award

10/15/13 - Five injured in three separate fires

10/15/13 - Fire officials to promote 24

10/15/13 - Police seek suspect in string of robberies

10/14/13 - Milestones

10/11/13 - Business in brief

10/10/13 - No holiday delay for CVWMA collections

10/10/13 - Faison Residence taking shape

10/10/13 - Tucker graduate excels as goalie for USC club hockey team

10/07/13 - Summit spotlights dangerous driving habits

10/07/13 - ‘Step UP for Down Syndrome’ festival scheduled for White Oak Village Oct. 12

10/07/13 - Vendors sought for second annual Hermitage High School craft fair

10/07/13 - Long named Henrico Christmas Mother

10/07/13 - Henricus celebrates Publick Days

10/04/13 - Business in brief

10/03/13 - Meals tax debate heats up

10/03/13 - ‘Band Together’ raises money for VHBG

10/01/13 - RIR to offer pace car rides for $10 Oct. 20

10/01/13 - HCPS launches smartphone app for school menus

10/01/13 - Milestones

09/30/13 - Healing power

09/27/13 - Business in brief

09/26/13 - School Board appoints Boyle as new Three Chopt representative

09/26/13 - New Collegiate building seeks to cultivate ‘futurists’

09/26/13 - National Park Service to host 149th anniversary programs at Fort Harrison

09/24/13 - Milestones

09/23/13 - A hero’s welcome home

09/23/13 - Replica guns confiscated at airport

09/23/13 - Short Pump ‘Stinger Trail’ combines fitness, outdoor learning

09/23/13 - Injured officer recovering in hospital

09/23/13 - Master Gardeners seeking applications for 2014 program

09/20/13 - Quadratic equations

09/20/13 - Faison autism residence to break ground next week at Henrico site

09/20/13 - HFCU opens new branch at Holman MS

09/20/13 - Henrico 4-H selling Virginia-grown produce, cookbooks

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Henricus Historical Park will present “Colonial Crimes and Punishments,” an event that will focus on the systems of criminal punishments enacted by the English colonists and Powhatan Indians, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The English crimes and punishments will be based on the 1612 Laws Divine, Moral, and Martial as well as new Virginia laws after martial law ends, especially those for women, children and families. The Powhatan crime and punishments are based on written English accounts and native traditions. Visitors will have the opportunity to participate in both trials and punishments. For ages seven and older. Admission is $6 to $8; Patrons are free. For details, visit http://www.henricus.org. Full text

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