Capital Financial Solutions assists CARITAS

Employees of Capitol Financial Solutions, a local financial services firm, recently volunteered at the CARITAS homeless shelter, where they sorted donations, created dish packs, sized and rolled bed sheets and performed other tasks. CARITAS provides assistance on a weekly basis to individuals and families in need.

“We’ve created a culture that says it’s good to share your time and skills with those in need. I am proud of our associates for making a significant difference in our communities,” said Chessie Ralston, vice president of marketing at Capitol Financial Solutions.
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New utility services number for metro area

Richmond city, Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover county natural gas customers have a new number to call for their utility services.

The City of Richmond Department of Public Utilities has replaced its old number, (804) 646-7000 as well as 311, with it's new number, (804) 646-4646 for all calls relating to utilities. Utilities include natural gas, water, sewer, storm-water and electric street-lighting. > Read more.

Henrico County property transactions, July 10-16


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

3714 Pemberton Ave.- $105,000, 720 SF (built in 1957), from William F. Patton Jr. to Jessica Garcia.

510 Besler Ln.- $121,000, 964 SF (built in 1986), from Joseph and Coral P. Bolden to Taneen Marlow.

3502 Westcliffe Ave.- $140,000, 1,564 SF (built in 1947), from Benny H. Wilson Jr. to Benjamin A. Nyannor. > Read more.

FirstComp Insurance Company, Markel Corp. named top insurance carriers


Two Glen Allen-based insurance carriers have been named among the top such companies in the nation.

Markel Corp. and FirstComp Insurance Company (now owned by Markel) are among 38 carriers recognized on the Insurance Business America list of the top insurance carriers in the country. > Read more.

Walmart honors Citizen’s ‘Top Teachers’ during grand opening


The much-anticipated new Walmart Supercenter in Eastern Henrico opened to busy crowds last week, and company officials welcomed a special group of shoppers, too. > Read more.

‘It’s such a blessing’


On Independence Day, a Brazilian-born Henrico resident took the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance on the steps of the Virginia Historical Society and felt peace finally settle around her.

Jeanette Hamlett’s journey to U.S. citizenship is a story of faith and love, which she told with her husband, John Hamlett, by her side. > Read more.

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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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