Henrico, Richmond health districts to conduct more community COVID-19 testing

The Richmond and Henrico Health Districts are continuing free community testing for COVID-19, adding another testing event to this week, and three testing events next week. • Friday, May 22, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Eastlawn Shopping Center, 1810 Creighton Road, East Richmond – event will be tented and will take place rain or shine; bring an umbrella; • […]

Virtual performance arts show for kids planned May 23

A local performance art group will host virtual performances for kids Saturday. The Richmond Performance Arts Alliance will be hosting an online performance arts show for children on May 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The show will include multiple performances and workshops as part of the RPAA’s Genworth Lights up! Youth Series. The event will include performances from […]

Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, local restaurants helping feed first-responders

Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer is partnering with Richmond-area restaurants to provide lunches for area healthcare workers and first responders. Thalhimer’s Richmond Retail Group is coordinating this effort by nominating recipients and partnering with area restaurants and delis to provide lunches to honor healthcare workers and first responders for their dedication and sacrifices on the front lines of the COVID-19 […]

Volunteers sought to help deliver face covers, sanitizer in Eastern Henrico

Henrico County is coordinating an effort involving several agencies, groups and volunteers to deliver care packages of face covers, hand sanitizer and COVID-19 safety information to Eastern Henrico residents this Saturday and is seeking volunteers to assist with the effort. Christian group For Richmond; the Medical Reserve Corps; and county officials will join other volunteers to deliver items in two […]

Henrico News Minute – May 20, 2020

The May 20, 2020 edition of the Henrico News Minute podcast features details about Henrico County officials helping restaurants and retailers transition into reopening; the Citizen launches a new COVID-19 data tracker for Henrico County; new housing resources for Virginians affected by the pandemic; virtual urgent clinics begin for people who may have COVID-19 symptoms; the Citizen seeks your input […]

Property Transactions – May 13-19, 2020

1501 Regency Woods Road #204 – $135,000, 893 SF (built in 1977), from Gary L. and Cynthia L. Hendren Trust to Miriam K. Pizzani Trustee. 2800 Brandon Creek Place – $248,000, 1,182 SF (built in 1989), from Darryl W. Hudson to Amanda Marie Darcy. 12304 Tournament Lane – $269,950, 1,375 SF (built in 1980), from Margaret Campbell Gladstone to Davia […]

New state resources designed to help prevent eviction

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam Tuesday introduced new resources designed to protect Virginians from eviction and support those who have lost their jobs or income due to COVID-19. The tools include StayHomeVirginia.com, a new website to help Virginians navigate housing programs, services, and resources that offers guidance about working with landlords, financial institutions, and other organizations to use eviction and foreclosure […]

VCU Health establishes virtual clinic to screen for COVID-19

VCU Health is restoring clinical services and appointments with virtual urgent clinics for people who may have COVID-19 symptoms. VCU Health providers can assess patients for mild to moderate virus symptoms and can then provide the necessary steps if patients show symptoms. The program will also refer a patient to in-person care if needed. VCU Health providers also may be […]

Henrico County officials help restaurants prepare for Phase 1 reopenings

As Virginia eases restrictions on some businesses while it moves into the first phase of reopening, Henrico County officials are helping restaurant owners and other retailers make that transition. Officials from the county and the Henrico Economic Development Authority held an online meeting Tuesday to inform restaurant owners and others about the measures the county has put in place to […]