COVID

Children 9 and younger accounted for the most COVID-19 cases in Henrico during the past week

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As FDA grants full approval to the Pfizer vaccine, new state data shows that breakthrough cases in Virginia are rare

On a day when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted full licensure to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, Henrico County’s incidence of new daily COVID cases climbed above 100. The county is now averaging 106 new confirmed daily cases during the past seven days, following the occurrence of 454 new cases during a four-day period from Saturday through Tuesday – […]

Record number of Virginia children to attend public preschool this fall

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More children than ever before are expected to attend preschool this upcoming school year, as the result of an increase in state funding for Virginia’s two largest public preschool programs. The $151.6-million authorization for the Virginia Preschool Initiative and the Mixed Delivery program is another step by state officials during the past few years signaling an increased priority for early […]

Business in brief – Aug. 23, 2021

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Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer recently announced the following lease transactions in Henrico County: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company – renewed its lease of 10,099 SF of office space at West Shore III, 301 Concourse Boulevard (Amy J. Broderick and Mark E. Douglas represented the landlord); Maple Street Biscuit Company – leased 3,395 SF of retail space at Promenade Shops, 11629 […]

Henrico News Minute – Aug. 23, 2021

A face of Henrico County Public Schools is leaving; COVID-19 vaccination clinics are returning next month; younger people are accounting for the majority of COVID cases in the county; a traffic alert in the West End; last week’s crime report. (Today’s Henrico News Minute is brought to you by Henrico County CSB Prevention Services and Chess Counselor LLC.)