The Virginia Fallen Firefighters and EMS Memorial Service took place Saturday at the Richmond Raceway Complex. First responders, city leaders and public safety members gathered to honor those who died in the line of duty at the annual service. The memorial featured a Virginia Fire Services Honor Guard procession and a musical performance. Click here to continue reading on WTVR.com, […]
The Henrico County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is enrolling residents in SMART Lawns, a program that provides customized plans for growing attractive, healthy lawns. For a $30 fee, Master Gardener volunteers will visit a home, analyze the lawn and prepare a plan for improving its condition, appearance and health. Participants will receive recommendations for fertilizer and lime as well […]
Henrico County’s plan to improve the traffic pattern in Short Pump received support from the Virginia Department of Transportation and is a step closer to breaking ground, though funding hurdles remain. The plan includes constructing a new Interstate 64 interchange at North Gayton Road and removing the on-ramp at the southeast corner of the I-64-West Broad Street interchange (which […]
More than 25 Richmond Region restaurants, including several in Henrico, are celebrating National Pride Month and supporting local LGBTQ organizations through the Dine Out For Pride campaign June 5-11. With every signature cocktail sold at participating restaurants, $1 will be donated equally to Virginia Pride and the Richmond Region Tourism Foundation’s OutRVA campaign. Dine Out For Pride restaurants in Henrico […]
The first principal at Deep Run High School has been named the superintendent of one of Virginia’s largest public school systems. Aaron Spence, who spent a decade in Henrico County from 1998 to 2008 (first as an assistant principal at Henrico High School for three years, then for more than seven years helping to plan and open Deep Run High […]
Charleston Dodson of Henrico graduated May 6 from The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. Dodson earned a bachelor of arts degree in Intelligence and Security Studies. *** Zachary Spaeth of Henrico recently was initiated into the all-discipline collegiate honor society Phi Kappa Phi. Spaeth is a student at Old Dominion University. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval […]
Henrico County will hold its third annual Juneteenth Celebration at Dorey Park on Saturday, June 17. The event will include a vendor fair of Black-owned businesses, a kids’ zone, food trucks, special exhibitions by Joint Base Andrews and the United States Department of Agriculture, stories of historical freedom fighters, and a fireworks finale. Entertainment will be provided by community groups, Read more […]
Our Art Studios are focusing on Clay in June. Join us to create clay pinch pots which will be kiln-fired and available to take home after 7 days from the workshop. (6/30) All materials will be provided. This event is ideal for ages 3-10 yrs. This event is free with Museum admission.
Our Art Studios are focusing on Clay in June. Join us to create clay pinch pots which will be kiln-fired and available to take home after 7 days from the workshop (6/30). All materials will be provided. This event is ideal for ages 3-10 yrs. This event is free with Museum admission.