Henrico’s best

Next week, the Citizen’s third annual Henricopedia magazine will appear in print copies of the paper and elsewhere throughout Henrico County.

The magazine is designed as a resource about all things Henrico – a handy reference whether you’re looking for the number of a county agency or seeking a community organization to volunteer with. . . whether you want to register your child for youth baseball or find a new Italian restaurant to try on a Saturday night. . . whether you’re seeking a senior living community for your parents or a church to attend nearby.

Each year, we select a theme for the Henricopedia. Two years ago, we profiled a cross-section of the types of people who make the county what it is, in “Faces of Henrico” – from volunteers to coaches to teachers, firefighters and police officers to business leaders and students.

Last year, we showcased “Henrico from A to Z,” writing about people, places, events, organizations and historic happenings in the county that span the alphabet.

And this year, we’re proud to introduce the “Best of Henrico” – 20 pages of reader-selected favorites in nearly 100 categories, including business, health, children, community and dining, among others. We asked for your input earlier this year, and you provided it through our online survey, submitting hundreds of responses.

We learned that Henrico has plenty of favorites – businesses, places and people – and in the process of telling their stories, we learned even more about why we love this place.

Whether it’s the small family-run business that has grown through the decades to become an industry leader, the restaurant that started unexpectedly and has become a regional favorite or the park that seems to have something for everyone, the stories of Henrico’s best will remind you, too, why you chose to live here.

I hope you’ll find a copy of the Henricopedia in print – either in the Oct. 2-15 edition of the Citizen, at any Henrico library or dozens of other locations (e-mail us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for a complete list) – or read it online at DiscoverHenrico.com next week to learn more about some of the best that Henrico has to offer.
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