Henrico Property Transactions – Dec. 14-20, 2022

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11601 Timberly Waye – $197,000, 1,280 SF (built in 1982), from Ruth Lane Bielke to Izamar Martinez Bruno. 2416 Barnside Circle – $213,000, 974 SF (built in 1986), from Carroll J. Neuner II and Kimberly E. Snead to Chase Wriston Tambellini. 7702 Mendota Drive – $246,000, 925 SF (built in 1956), from Kim A. Church and Karin A. Luck to […]

East Henrico DMV to close temporarily for renovation

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The East Henrico DMV Customer Service Center at 5517 South Laburnum Avenue will temporarily close for an interior renovation after close of business Saturday, Jan. 7 and reopen to the public Monday, Jan. 30. During the East Henrico CSC renovation, customers can visit other local service centers or access dmvNOW.com for more than 50 services. For vehicle-related transactions, such as […]

RVA Sports Awards finalists announced; open for public voting 

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The Richmond Region Tourism Foundation and its partners recently announced finalists for the RVA Sports Awards.  The public is invited to vote on the finalists at RVASportsAwards.com until Jan. 15.  Winners will be recognized at the RVA Sports Awards on Feb. 4. Finalists for the RVA Sports Awards include the following.   For Kings Dominion Female Athlete of the Year, finalists […]

CASA to hold virtual information session Jan. 5 

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Henrico CASA will host a virtual information session this week for people who may be interested in volunteering to work in the court system on behalf of abused or neglected children.   CASA volunteers are everyday members of Henrico’s community who are screened and trained to advocate for a child or sibling group. They get to know the child on […]

Biden signs ‘Wally Bunker Law’ to protect benefits for retired police officers, firefighters

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President Joe Biden last week signed into law U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger’s legislation to ensure parity for all retired police officers and firefighters and provide access to a key tax benefit that helps them cover their health insurance premiums. Many public safety officers retire earlier than Americans in other occupations because of the physical demands and unique job hazards they […]

Henrico to celebrate Martin Luther King on Jan. 16

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The Henrico County Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Association will hold its 37th annual commemoration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Jan. 16 at 11:30 a.m. at Henrico H.S., 302 Azalea Avenue.   “The Legacy Continues” will feature Capt. Janice G. Smith, chief of staff of Military Sealift Command as keynote speaker. Desiree Roots will […]

American Lung Association urges home testing for radon

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During January for Radon Action Month, the American Lung Association in Virginia is urging everyone to test their home for radon. The “State of Lung Cancer” report reveals that radon is detected at high levels in about 25 percent of homes in Virginia. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas emitted from the ground. Radon can enter a home through […]

Henrico Fur Finder – Jan. 4, 2023

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Welcome to Henrico Fur Finder, where each week we highlight pets looking for a forever home at the Henrico County Animal Shelter. Animals are sometimes adopted quickly; the shelter cannot guarantee any animal’s availability and animals cannot be put “on hold.” The shelter, located at 10421 Woodman Road in Glen Allen, is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to […]

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Henrico News Minute – Jan. 4, 2023

Free COVID-19 home tests available at an event this morning; new state troopers assigned to Henrico County; Henrico Schools to host a job fair next week; our weekly Gametime Henrico high school sports round-up; the latest Savvy Senior column features tips for seniors aging in place.