Henrico’s COVID-19 case counts continue slight upward trend

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During the weekend, Henrico County continued to report slightly higher counts of COVID-19 cases – a total of 144, which, coupled with the 86 new cases reported Monday, increased Henrico’s seven-day moving average of new daily cases to 75. Henrico reported no new virus-related hospitalizations or deaths Monday, according to VDH data. The county also reported no new outbreaks during […]

14-year-old Henrico murder suspect denied bond

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The 14-year-old suspect charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 13-year-old Quioccasin Middle School student Lucia Bremer Friday was arraigned Monday in Henrico Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, where Chief Judge Margaret Deglau denied him bond. The suspect appeared on video rather than in person. The suspect next will face a status hearing May 4 at 2:30 p.m., […]

Business in brief – Mar. 29, 2021

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The Westham Office of Long & Foster Real Estate recently honored Silver Team agents for their success in 2020. Silver Team membership is comprised of three levels: President’s Club ($3 million to $5 million in sales volume); Director’s Club ($2 million to $3 million in sales volume); and Executive’s Club ($1 million to $2 million in sales volume). The agents […]

Henrico News Minute – Mar. 29, 2021

A community struggles to come to grips with the shocking murder of a Henrico middle-school student; some good news on the COVID-19 vaccination front, even as case counts start to climb again; some changes coming to Church Road in Henrico’s Far West End; a Henrico teen earns a major honor from Virginia 4-H. (Today’s Henrico News Minute is brought to […]