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06/14/12 - Charity flag football game at Highland Springs HS

06/14/12 - Childcare providers celebrate their stars

06/14/12 - Tots better off with low-tech learning

06/11/12 - Milestones

06/11/12 - All in the family

06/11/12 - PAL’s prestigious pair

06/11/12 - HCPS-TV to stream graduations live from district website

06/11/12 - ARC volunteers assist Garden

06/11/12 - Michaels opens at White Oak Village

06/11/12 - The Great Big Idaho Potato Truck stops in Henrico

06/11/12 - ‘2012 Foundation’s Finest’ raises money for cystic fibrosis

06/11/12 - Fan Care Program for seniors begins Friday

06/11/12 - Restaurant watch

06/08/12 - The eagle has landed

06/07/12 - Weekend Top 10

06/07/12 - Taylor named national police explorer finalist

06/07/12 - GRTC announces new trip planner

06/07/12 - Dorey to host rugby tournament June 9

06/07/12 - Athletes ‘go for the gold’ at Special Olympics Summer Games

06/07/12 - YardWorks opens on Patterson Avenue

06/07/12 - Richmond Strikers to host TeamFirst camp for girls

06/07/12 - Business in brief

06/07/12 - Local student interns at National Baseball Hall of Fame

06/05/12 - Repaving season underway in Henrico

06/05/12 - Henrico HS senior wins art competition

06/05/12 - Henrico earns 20 NACo awards

06/05/12 - Martin named superintendent of James River Juvenile Detention Center

06/04/12 - Milestones

06/01/12 - Sandston Memorial Day Parade draws crowds

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