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Lakeside Youth Baseball facility damaged by Friday’s flood

JUNE 19, 3:21 P.M. – The Lakeside Youth Baseball organization and facility has suffered hits from powerful storms before, and now it has happened again.

A June 16 storm caused localized flooding in Lakeside, and it was enough to damage LYB fields, concessions and equipment – days before two scheduled all-star tournaments it was set to host.

The timing was particularly unfortunate, said LYB Secretary Connie Fredericksen, because the regular season has just finished and all of the equipment that managers carry was at the field in the equipment room during the storm.
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A jolly good time in Lakeside

Hundreds of shoppers spent an evening on Lakeside Avenue Nov. 11 as part of the annual “Holly Jolly Christmas” shopping event, which continued Nov. 12. Shoppers were able to take free trolley rides along the avenue Friday night to visit shops and the Lakeside Farmers’ Market. The event was sponsored by the Lakeside Business Association.
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Gourd-geous sounds in the garden

The Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band performs during Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s ‘Goblins and Gourds’ harvest celebration in the Children’s Garden Oct. 23.
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Wheelpower

Richmond Sportable Spokes players Colin Egan (left) and Brandon Sharpe (second from right) take advantage on a fast-break opportunity against the Long Island Lightning during a game earlier this month at the University of Richmond. The game was part of Sportable’s Roll on Richmond Juniors Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, an inaugural National Wheelchair Basketball Association sanctioned event.
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Road improvement project begins at Richmond National Battlefield Park

Improvements to more than eight miles of roads and parking areas throughout the Richmond National Battlefield Park's battlefield units are beginning this week. The $2.2 million project will involve repaving and upgrading roadways that serve around 200,000 visitors to the park per year, as well as residential areas in Henrico and Hanover counties. A Richmond area contractor, Lane Construction, is slated to do the work, which will support more than 50 jobs in the region.
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‘Parade of Homes’ underway

The Home Building Association of Richmond’s 2011 Parade of Homes began Oct. 1, marking the 60th consecutive year of the event in the Richmond region. This year’s event includes 52 new homes and two remodeled homes built by 28 member builders; more than half are decorated models.
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Bark in the Park

Deep Run Park goes to the dogs

Sharon Mills, a 10-year volunteer with the Henrico Humane Society, and foster dog Mr. Wiggles joined hundreds of other attendees at the annual Bark in the Park at Deep Run Park Oct. 1, sponsored by the Humane Society and the county.
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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.
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Raccoon tests postive for rabies

A juvenile raccoon found dead in Glen Allen this weekend has tested positive for rabies.

The dead animal was found in the 11000 block of Winfrey Road, just north of the intersection of Greenwood and Woodman roads north of I-295, inside a pen that housed two dogs. Contact between the raccoon and dogs was likely, according to Henrico police. The raccoon was taken to a state lab, which confirmed today that it tested positive for rabies.
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