Civil War history comes to life

Mike Powell discusses various types of cannon munitions used during the Civil War, at a living history presentation at Fort Harrison in Varina Sept. 25. The event concluded three days of Civil War commemoration as part of Henrico’s 400th anniversary.

Mike Epperly, Derek Lyons, Dan Peterson, Mike Hallinen portray Civil War soldiers.


Bob Hill of the 12th Virginia Infantry re-enactment unit.


Chuck Wood, a re-enactor with the 3rd Virginia Company, and horse Cheeseburger


Re-enactors Howard Helmer, Bill Brown and Charlie Helmer (Pegram's Battery, Petersburg Artillery)




Re-enactor Nancy Hallinen of the 59th Va.


Re-enactor Joseph W. Colby, Sr. (chaplain, 23rd Va., Infantry Co. H) displays an ear trumpet, an early hearing aide device used during the Civil War era.


Bill Edwards discussed different flags of the Civil War.






Dr. Patrick J. Fetta (44th Va.) entertains with stories and songs from the Civil War.


(Left to right) Mike Powell, Denny King, Gregg Harris, Sam Watkins and Michael White (1st Co. Richmond Howitzers) at the living history event Sept. 25 at Varina's Fort Harrison.


Mike Powell (1st Co. Richmond Howitzers) discusses cannon munitions with Bill Lipsett (right)
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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.

Preschoolers give pillows to families in need


A group of preschoolers from Chesterbrook Academy Preschool donated 56 pillows to local families in need at the Housing Families First shelter. The shelter is always in need of pillows and linens as, since families take the donated ones with them to their new homes.

Housing Families First provides shelter and support for homeless families and assist them in finding a permanent housing solution. The shelter serves people year-round, said Terri Iguina, operations and volunteer manager at Housing Families First. > Read more.

Dairy Queen’s Blizzard sales July 27 to benefit Children’s Hospital of Richmond


Dairy Queen’s 13th Annual Miracle Treat Day – Thursday, July 27 – will raise fund to benefit sick and injured children being treated at Children's Miracle Network hospitals throughout the United States. Locally, $1 or more from every Blizzard Treat sold at participating locations will be donated to the Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU. Last year, the event raised more than $14,400 for the hospital. > Read more.

Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week: July 24, 2017


Crime Stoppers needs your help to find the person who struck a pedestrian in the City of Richmond.

On July 21 at 12:52 a.m., a woman was crossing the street at Forest Hill and Sheila Lane when she was struck by a dark colored four-door sedan that was traveling eastbound on Forest Hill. She was transported by ambulance to Chippenham Hospital for minor injuries and released. > Read more.

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EngAGE in Henrico County will present “Beat the Deceit: How to Safeguard Yourself Against Scams and Fraud” from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Gayton Library. The Better Business Bureau’s Senior Fraud Program will share how to detect red flags of deceptive business practices and how to avoid becoming a victim of scams, fraud and identity theft. Register by July 27 by calling 501-5065 or emailing .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Full text

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