Henrico to host public design sessions for Virginia Center Commons area in March

Residents can share their ideas and vision for the future of Virginia Center Commons and the nearby area in north Henrico at a county-hosted design charrette March 2-6. The daily sessions will be held at the mall’s food court entrance at 10101 Brook Road. A charrette is an intensive planning session that encourages public participation and facilitates collaboration between residents, […]

Business in brief

Henrico-based engineering firm JTS now offers structural design services with the addition of Dr. Maurice White, P.E., structural engineer. He has testified as an expert witness in dispute resolution cases in various subject matters and has authored articles in national engineering publications. In addition, JTS has added Don Thrift as a clerks-of-the-works. Thrift has over 40 years of experience planning, […]

Spanberger completes two-day district tour

U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger of Virginia’s Seventh District, last week conducted a two-day, civil rights-focused tour in Central Virginia. Spanberger’s district includes the western half of Henrico County. Spanberger focused what she called the civil rights tour on learning more about the priorities of the Seventh District’s underserved and marginalized communitiess. During her seven-stop tour, she met with local advocates, […]

Region launches pedestrian safety message

‘Commonsense precautions’ urged to protect motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists

As vehicle crashes involving pedestrians and bicyclists continue to occur with alarming frequency, law enforcement agencies in the Richmond region and other partners are urging travelers to take simple precautions and to avoid distractions, such as mobile phones and headphones. A video public service announcement with tips for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists is being shared by the police departments or […]

Henrico doctor publishes memoir

James P. McCullough, Jr., a Henrico resident and professor emeritus of psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University, has published a memoir entitled, Swimming Upstream: A Story about Becoming Human. Released by Dorrance Publishing, Swimming is divided into two parts: a personal story of the author’s toxic early developmental experiences, the chronic depression that followed and how he was able to overcome […]

Henrico News Minute – Feb. 24, 2020

The Feb. 24, 2020 edition of the Henrico News Minute podcast features details about another gun stopped at Richmond International Airport; a Fairfield District town hall meeting is scheduled for tonight; Henrico to host a weeklong charrette about the Virginia Center Commons area; Deep Run High School to host an opioid awareness program; volunteers sought for Read Across America Day; […]

Property Transactions – Feb. 17-23, 2020

10044 Woodbaron Way – $349,000, 1,940 SF (built in 1996), from Robert E. McEnerney and G. M. Marchetti Et Al to Jennifer Jill Eades and Gregory James. 612 Telegraph Woods Lane – $328,000, 2,608 SF (built in 1998), from Raul Calderon to Jennifer C. Giancaterino. 4923 Tanfield Drive – $265,000, 1,510 SF (built in 2002), from Heather M. Buck to […]