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02/29/16 - HCPS to host two meetings about possibility of renaming Byrd MS

02/29/16 - Sharing the love

02/29/16 - Panel kills bill to keep officers’ names secret

02/29/16 - Conference committee to draft final state budget

02/29/16 - Nuckols Farm ES teacher wins state science award

02/29/16 - Poll: Virginians think prisons cost too much

02/28/16 - Home-schoolers ask governor to ‘Let Us Play’

02/25/16 - ICGR honors 19 Henrico County students

02/25/16 - Henrico County property transactions, Jan. 18-24

02/25/16 - Business in brief

02/25/16 - Troop celebrates ‘Scout Sunday’

02/25/16 - Henrico supervisors consider taxicab ordinance adjustments

02/25/16 - Safety enhancements planned for Parham, Shrader roads

02/25/16 - Henrico HS participates in safe-driving campaign

02/25/16 - Brat visits local mock Congress event

02/25/16 - Mequell Green Insurance Agency, Inc.

02/22/16 - Cyclists have their say

02/22/16 - Milestones

02/22/16 - Henrico teen turns tragedy into hope

02/22/16 - Strawberry visits Tuckahoe Little League

02/22/16 - Henrico student, former NFL player honored

02/21/16 - Fairfield MS earns ‘reconstituted’ status from Virginia BOE

02/21/16 - Good for the heart

02/21/16 - No decrease in SOL testing this year

02/19/16 - New library earns acclaim

02/19/16 - What’s alive and dead as bills ‘cross over’

02/19/16 - HCPS seeking children for 2016-17 preschool program

02/19/16 - Henrico to hold Feb. 29 public hearing on community development needs

02/18/16 - Henrico EDA announces additions, promotion

02/18/16 - Business in brief

02/18/16 - Surprise ceremony held for first local class of McDonald’s EUA

02/18/16 - House passes McClellan’s simple assault bill

02/18/16 - House OKs bill to defund Planned Parenthood

02/18/16 - PDF 021816

02/17/16 - Sandston Elementary School organizes crock pot drive

02/16/16 - Panel kills mandatory bicycle helmet bill

02/16/16 - Henrico Police seek help identifying commercial robbery suspect

02/15/16 - Milestones

02/15/16 - House OKs amendment to increase charter schools

02/15/16 - Henrico Police investigating fatal accident involving pedestrian

02/15/16 - Statewide burning ban now in effect

02/15/16 - Smoking in a car with kids soon may be illegal

02/15/16 - Va. House blocks localities from regulating drones

02/12/16 - Glen Allen woman urges School Board to enhance ESL program

02/12/16 - Henrico supervisors, deputy county managers appointed to VACo committees

02/12/16 - Cabela’s to open Short Pump store April 6

02/12/16 - 3 Henrico hotels earn AAA acclaim

02/11/16 - Patient First no longer accepting new Anthem patients

02/11/16 - Poll finds support for more school funding

02/11/16 - McClellan’s bill for school resource officers passes House

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The Roots, Rhythm, & Soul Tour – featuring Roosevelt Dime, Harry Jay & The Bling, and Jenna Lotti – will perform at 8 p.m. at The Tin Pan, 8982 Quioccasin Rd. Roosevelt Dime combines the feel-good groove of classic Rhythm & Blues with acoustic Americana instrumentation. Harry Jay & The Bling are a contemporary R&B/funk group located in Boston, Mass. Jenna Lotti is a pop soul singer-songwriter from Boston. In 2013, she created a successful Kickstarter campaign which led to the creation of her debut album “Tunnel Vision.” Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Doors open at 6 p.m. For details, call 447-8189 or visit http://www.tinpanrva.com. Full text

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