Henrico Citizen - 10th anniversary

The Henrico Citizen turns 10 years old with its Sept. 15 edition. As we reflect on our first decade, several articles stand out. We've collected some of them here; click the links to read them.

Spies like us (Jul. 4, 2002) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/spies_like_us

Back to the future (Oct. 17, 2002) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/back_to_the_future

Henrico man still 'making flavor' (Jan. 15, 2004) –
http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/henrico_man_still_making_flavor

Second sight (June 17, 2004) –
http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/Charity_rider_enjoys_the_scenery

For the love of one (May 6, 2004) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/for_the_love_of_one_8273

Seeking answers for a senseless tragedy – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/opinions/article/seeking_answers_for_a_senseless_tragedy

Chef's salad (Jun. 2, 2005) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/chefs_salad

A pilot's new wings (Apr. 20, 2006) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/a_pilots_new_wings

Stoney's world (Sept 21, 2006) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/stoneys_world

Westwood's U-2 connection (Mar. 18, 2010) – http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/westwoods_u_2_connection

Shooting stars (Mar. 17, 2011) –
http://www.henricocitizen.com/index.php/news/article/shooting_stars_9378

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New law paves way for delivery robots

Having your groceries delivered by a robot sounds like something out of The Jetsons, but that prospect is not as futuristic as you may think.

For the second year in a row, the Virginia General Assembly has passed a law to legalize the operation of autonomous vehicles. Beginning July 1, “electric personal delivery devices” will be allowed to operate on sidewalks and other shared-use paths throughout Virginia.

> Read more.

Virginia schools must soon test for lead in water

With the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, safe drinking water is a high priority nationwide, especially for children. Beginning July 1, schools in Virginia will be required to test their potable water for lead.

Senate Bill 1359, which Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed into law on March 20, seeks to ensure that local school boards test the drinking water in schools and that it meets federal guidelines. The Food and Drug Administration recommends that the level of lead not exceed 15 parts per billion. > Read more.

Business in brief


The Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants (VSCPA) has announced its officers and Board of Directors for the 2017–18 fiscal year. At-large Board members include: Anne B. Hagen, CPA, of Masonic Home of Virginia in Henrico. The officers and directors were sworn in at the VSCPA’s annual business meeting on May 16 in Williamsburg. > Read more.

Free weekly 5k coming to Henrico

The Richmond metro area is no stranger to 5k races and events. To participate in most 5k events, runners must register and pay a fee. But the Parkrun organization will be providing Henrico County with a free 5k every Saturday at Deep Run Park starting June 3.

Parkrun began in England in 2004 and eventually found its way to the U.S.

The Deep Run Parkrun program will be the 10th one in the U.S., said Darrell Stanaford, the country manager for Parkrun USA. > Read more.

State Police urge motorists to #MoveOver during Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day signifies the official start of summer, and Virginia State Police officials are urging motorists to "do what’s right when they see lights" and move over.

The “Move Over” law is a lifesaving law intended to protect public safety professionals and highway workers who help to maintain the safety of the Commonwealth’s roads. State Police are using the #MoveOver hashtag on social media to promote the law. > Read more.

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The Shady Grove Coffeehouse at the Unitarian Universalist Community Church, 11105 Cauthorne Rd. in Glen Allen, will conclude its 16th season with Robin and Linda Williams at 8 p.m. For more than four decades, the Williams’ have made it their mission to perform the music they love – a blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that combines observant lyrics with a wide-ranging melodicism. Tickets are $20 to $25; teens are admitted at half price and children age 12 and under are free. Net proceeds benefit UUCC. For details, call 323-4288 or visit http://www.shadygrovecoffeehouse.com. Full text

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