Henrico Schools releases school reopening survey

Henrico Schools officials Wednesday launched a survey to learn more about what families think about reopening plans for the 2020-21 school year this fall. “The leadership of HCPS believes that the school division must take into account state guidance, the advice of health experts, and the wishes of the community at large prior to making any final determinations for the […]

Henrico Police provide details about cost of mutual aid to Richmond

County Manager clarifies matter, after police initially told the Citizen such data wasn't available

The Henrico Division of Police spent more than $69,000 to send 200 officers to assist the Richmond Police Department during five days of protests in the city between May 29 and June 14, a police spokesman told the Citizen Wednesday. The information came days after the division responded to the Citizen’s request for it by saying that it had no […]

Henrico News Minute – June 24, 2020

  The June 24, 2020 edition of the Henrico News Minute podcast features details from last night’s joint Board of Supervisors-School Board work session, and why some parents are urging the full reopening of schools this fall; Henrico Police officials can’t say how much time, money they’ve spent assisting Richmond Police this month; Henrico students discuss racism in online forum; […]

In virtual meeting, Henrico students share experiences with racism

Henrico County Public School students and one graduate shared their experiences with racism in Henrico schools and their efforts for change Tuesday evening. The virtual panel, titled Community Conversations: Student Voices, was part of the Henrico County Public Schools Family Learning Series and was moderated by Adrienne Cole Johnson, director of the school division’s Department of Family and Community Engagement. […]