22-year-old Henrico man charged with entering restricted area at U.S. Capitol

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A 22-year-old Henrico man was arrested and charged with entering a restricted area inside the perimeter fence at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. April 25, according to U.S. Capitol Police. Marc Beauchamp allegedly scaled a fence along First Street at the site at about 11:38 p.m and was immediately stopped by several officers, arrested and charged with unlawful entry. […]

Henrico Police, commonwealth’s attorney continue to seek details about murder of Quioccasin MS student

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Henrico Police and Commonwealth’s Attorney Shannon Taylor are actively seeking to talk with anyone who may have additional information about the murder of Lucia Bremer, the 13-year-old Quioccasin Middle School student who was murdered last month in a neighborhood near Godwin High School. They have not identified any connection or previous relationship between Bremer and the 14-year-old boy, a former […]

Henrico NAACP to host general membership meeting virtually May 4

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The Henrico Branch NAACP #7077-B will host its general membership meeting virtually Tuesday, May 4, at 7 p.m. To participate, you must register online.


New COVID-19 cases in Henrico declining

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COVID-19 cases in Henrico County are following a nationwide downward trend, with 33 new cases reported on Monday, according to the Virginia Department of Health. The seven-day moving average fell to 48 new cases reported daily. There were no virus-related hospitalizations or deaths reported. During the weekend, Henrico increased its number of outbreaks by one, reaching 208 in total, according […]

Early voting begins for Virginia June primary 

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The first day of early voting began April 23 for the June 8 Virginia primary election. Voters will be able to choose candidates in advance of the November state election, including for the governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general races. Republican and Democratic candidates for the House of Delegates are also on the ballot. Legislators recently changed laws to allow […]

Restaurant Revitalization Fund provides aid to restaurants and other eligible businesses

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The American Rescue Plan Act established the Restaurant Revitalization Fund to provide funding to help restaurants and other eligible businesses keep their doors open. The program will provide restaurants with funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 million per physical location. Recipients are not required to repay the funding […]

Henrico Police seek leads on 2007 cold case homicide

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Henrico Police are seeking leads from the public on a cold case incident from 2007 that left a man dead. Gary Post, Sr. and his two sons had checked into a motel room at the Legacy Inn in the 5200 block of Airport Square Lane April 3, 2007. They were planning to fly out of Richmond International Airport the next […]

At Regency site, things are going swimmingly

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NOVA Aquatics prepares to open new facility at former Macy's South location

  Deep in the former Macy’s South store, a seemingly subterranean corner of the old Regency Square mall is humming with activity. Bucket trucks and scissor lifts ring a giant concrete cavity flanked by two smaller holes, while 50-odd members of various construction crews swarm through the area with ant-like precision. Right now, the space resembles a dusty wasteland, punctuated […]

Henrico, Richmond residents now may schedule COVID-19 vaccines directly

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Henrico and Richmond residents now may schedule COVID-19 vaccinations directly through the Richmond and Henrico Health Districts without needing to pre-register, RHHD officials announced April 26. Beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, residents may visit vax.rchd.com or call (804) 205-3501 to schedule vaccinations through the health districts. The move is possible because the RHHD has vaccinated or contacted at least once […]

Henrico News Minute – Apr. 26, 2021

A Henrico sixth-grader appears on a national TV show; Henrico high school graduations are going back to a familiar site; a COVID-19 update; Henrico plans a Juneteeth celebration. (Today’s Henrico News Minute is brought to you by the Henrico County Department of Public Works.)