Henrico Christmas Mother

Henrico Christmas Mother to accept only monetary donations this year

The Henrico Christmas Mother program, which has served Henrico families in need and disabled adults since 1942, this year will accept only monetary donations, as a result of COVID-19. The organization typically receives thousands of donated items – clothes, food, toys, toiletries and more – at its warehouse on Dabbs House Road, then allows recipients to come to the warehouse […]

Cox Court

CapCenter buys Innsbrook building for $5.85 million

CapCenter recently purchased Cox Court, a Class A three-story office building (pictured) located at 4461 Cox Road in Innsbrook, containing approximately 70,000 square feet of space, from Banks Bros. Building, LLC for $5.85 million to accommodate its growth. Evan M. Magrill and N. Dean Meyer of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer represented the seller.


Henrico’s 7-day COVID percentage drops below 5%

It's the county's lowest percentage since early July

Henrico County’s 7-day COVID-19 positivity percentage has dropped below 5% to its lowest level in more than two months – 4.9% – according to data from the Virginia Department of Health. The most recent percentage reflects the 7-day period of Sept. 13-19. Data intentionally lags several days behind the current date to allow for the most accurate information, since it […]


Leadership Metro Richmond, Robins Foundation to present 3-part equity series

Beginning Oct. 13, Leadership Metro Richmond and Robins Foundation will present a virtual three-part series designed to address the challenges of turning the aspirational idea of equity into action. “Equity: From Concept to Action” will feature nationally renowned thought leaders and virtual conversations centering around the idea of disrupting and dismantling the various systems of inequity that still exist all […]

Henrico Board of Supervisors

Henrico supervisors accept final piece of CARES Act funding, authorize sale of utility bonds

Henrico County’s Board of Supervisors Sept. 22 made plans for the last chunk of the $70.7 million in federal CARES Act funding the county is scheduled to receive. Supervisors amended their budget to accept $23.1 million in CARES Act money, the majority of which it will use to pay the salaries of Henrico Sheriff’s Office and Henrico Fire employees during […]

House of Delegates Court Committee

House committee kills 2 Republican parole board bills

Committee also advances several Democratic measures

The Virginia House of Delegates’s Courts of Justice Committee Tuesday killed two Republican bills that would have made individual parole board votes public record and forced such boards to release monthly reports detailing their actions with incarcerated citizens. The committee referred the latter bill to the crime commission for further study. The Virginia Senate had passed both bills earlier in […]

Henrico Property Transactions – Sept. 9-15, 2020

2930 Queensland Drive – $199,950, 1,388 SF (built in 1996), from John W. Vaughan Jr. and Jennifer Elder to William Patrick Landum and Sharon Swink. 2307 Poates Drive – $220,000, 1,966 SF (built in 1965), from Robert W. and Gilda M. Brockmeier to Nathanael T. Issley V and Colleen M. Illsey. 3101 Stoneman Court – $232,000, 1,222 SF (built in […]

Henrico News Minute – Sept. 23, 2020

The Sept. 23, 2020 episode of the Henrico News Minute includes details about Henrico’s School Board resuming its discussion of redistricting plans tomorrow; Henrico’s Board of Supervisors makes plans for the last chunk of federal CARES Act funding and approves the sale of public utilities bonds; an 11-year-old is the victim of an Eastern Henrico shooting; Richmond International Airport matches […]