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Many gardeners are busy pruning shrubs to remove winter damage, control the size, or provide a bit of shaping before the season is well under way. Save some of the branches or cut a few from spring flowering shrubs to brighten your indoors. You’ll enjoy the added spring color provided by branches of forsythia, quince, pussy willows, and other spring […]
Tonya Holmes, principal of Henrico County’s Harvie Elementary School, has earned the 2021-22 REB Award for Distinguished Educational Leadership. The Community Foundation and the REB Foundation present the award to four principals annually — one each from the school divisions of Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties and one from the city of Richmond. Holmes was surprised with the news Mar. […]
U.S. Naval Petty Officer 2nd Class Kiara Brown, a native of the Richmond region, serves the U.S. Navy aboard one of the world’s largest warships: the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson. Brown joined the Navy four years ago. Today, she serves as a legalman. “I knew that joining the Navy gave me an opportunity to affect change by […]
This week, Crime Stoppers needs the public’s help in solving a shooting that occurred in the city of Richmond. On March 4 at about 10:30 p.m., the Richmond Police Department responded to the 2400 block of North Avenue for a shooting that had just occurred. When officers arrived, they didn’t locate any victims from the shooting. However, the officers did […]
Hundreds of new high-level jobs coming to Henrico; your chance to provide input about the future of Henrico; a man is arrested after trying to bring a gun onto a flight at RIC; Congressman Donald McEachin introduces legislation to protect African American burial sites; St. Mary’s Hospital adds its own EMS service; Henrico names its new General Services director.