We need your help to continue helping our community

Dear Henrico Citizen Reader, We need your help. The COVID-19 outbreak has changed our community and our world in just a few short weeks, which have seemed more like an eternity in many ways. Businesses of all types have been hit hard – but perhaps none as noticeably as small businesses. The Henrico Citizen is no different. The pandemic has […]

Richmond Montessori School teacher murdered, husband charged

A Henrico man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of his wife, a teacher at the Richmond Montessori School in Henrico County. Henrico Police arrested 53-year-old Michael Louis Barron and charged him with murder after finding the body of his wife, 64-year-old Mui Ung Barron, in the house they shared in the 2300 block of […]


Governor Ralph Northam recently appointed two Henrico residents to the Richmond Eye and Ear Hospital Authority: Wayne Shaia, physician at Balance and Ear Center, Inc.; and Walter F. Spence, vice president of maintenance and capital programs at Commonwealth Senior Living. *** The following area students recently were initiated into the all-discipline collegiate honor society Phi Kappa Phi: Aven Jones (University […]

Henrico News Minute – April 21, 2020

The April 21, 2020 edition of the Henrico News Minute podcast features details about new data that shows only half of one percent of all Henrico residents have been tested for COVID-19; a daily virus update from the Virginia Department of Health; the Henrico Health Department begins free COVID-19 testing in at-risk communities; some good news for two senior communities […]