In the Garden: Gardening under a black walnut tree

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Wilting, yellow leaves, or stunted growth means it is time to look around your landscape and surrounding landscapes for clues. A common cause of these symptoms is the black walnut tree. This native tree, prized for its lumber, makes gardening in its vicinity a challenge. All parts of this tree including the fruit, leaves, and branches contain juglone and the […]

Help select top Henrico Too Smart 2 Start anti-substance use video

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Henrico Too Smart 2 Start is seeking the public’s help to determine a winner in its “Influence the Influencers” anti-substance use social media contest for youngsters. Children and teens were invited to create and submit substance-use prevention videos for the chance to win up to $1,000 in an educational/vocational scholarship or $750 in a technology purchase, and a number of […]

Bon Secours to open new urgent care centers in Henrico, Central Virginia

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Bon Secours is expanding its network of urgent care centers in the Richmond Region, beginning with the opening of a new Bon Secours Urgent Care center in Midlothian June 19. The organization already operates an urgent care facility in Glen Allen, and it will open four more locations in the coming months – at Regency Square, on Nuckols Road, in […]

RIC’s president and CEO selected chair of national association

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Richmond International Airport President and Chief Executive Officer Perry Miller assumed the role of chair of the American Association of Airport Executives June 5. Founded in 1928, AAAE is the world’s largest professional organization representing people who work at public-use commercial and general aviation airports. Other key appointments to the Association’s Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and Policy Review Council […]

Neighborhood Resource Center expands efforts into Eastern Henrico

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As the rising cost of living causes displacement from Richmond into Eastern Henrico, the Neighborhood Resource Center is fostering growth and community change through grassroots community organizing. The NRC is a nonprofit organization that aims to build relationships, share resources and develop skills to enhance lives in Greater Fulton and Eastern Henrico County, according to its website. Although its bylaws […]

Restaurant Watch

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MAY 17 Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, 4906 West Broad Street – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: uncovered employee beverage incorrectly stored next to good on table in drive-thru area; back hand sink and dish room hand sink don’t have hand soap or paper towels; observed three bins of unidentified dry goods outside of their original containers; an […]

Mountainfilm on Tour at Deep Run Park

Mountainfilm on Tour will bring to Henrico a selection of films shown at the annual festival in Telluride, Colo. The films will be shown outdoors starting at sunset (approximately 8:30 p.m.) at Deep Run Park on Friday, June 30. Mountainfilm is an organization and festival of films about people, stories and ideas that celebrate the indomitable spirit. Admission is free. Read more […]

Second Saturdays concert series 2023 at DPFM

The Dorey Park Farmers Market this summer will continue its evening concert series featuring local RVA bands. The Second Saturdays series will take place at the market every second Saturday of the month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Gates open at 6 p.m. Bring a chair or blanket. Food, beer and other drinks will be available for purchase (no Read more […]

Henrico News Minute – June 8, 2023

A Henrico teen is charged in the double-homicide that stunned the Richmond region Tuesday; a former Henrico County principal is set to take over one of the largest school systems in Virginia; how to get a SMART lawn; several Henrico restaurants are participating in the “Dine Out for Pride” campaign.