Henrico’s SOL pass rates below state average in three of five subject areas; our Henrico voters’ guide; weiner dog races coming to Henrico this weekend; a rundown of high school athletics from the past week. Today’s Henrico News Minute is brought to you by Miracles in Motion.
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A Henrico County student stabbed while waiting for her school bus; a $1-million grant to address greenhouse gas emissions locally; U.S. Congresswoman Jennifer McClellan hosts her first town hall meeting; Fort Harrison plans re-enactment next weekend; Krogers hosts a peanut butter drive; our Weekend Top 5; how you can win restaurant gift cards and have a chance at two tickets […]
Henrico supervisors approved several development projects; several new Virginia State Troopers are assigned to Henrico; details about the crash that killed a 14-year-old Hermitage High School student; nominations of exceptional Henrico principals sought; U.S. Congresswoman Jennifer McClellan launches her ‘Veteran of the Year’ program. Today’s Henrico News Minute is sponsored by Brick Road Coffee.
A Hermitage High School student dies in a crash; Amazon is hiring 3,000 people locally; Henrico Police seek tips about two murder suspects; a man is shot and killed in Varina; Dominion Energy plans a pilot battery project in Varina; tips about the best chair-lifts to buy for your home; the Citizen turns 22 today. Today’s Henrico News Minute is […]
Plans for new iterations of two Henrico elementary schools advance; recapping the first town hall meeting of U.S. Congresswoman Jennifer McClellan; two hiring events planned in the coming weeks; the Citizen turns 22.
The Fall Line Trail breaks ground in Henrico next month; how a summer school program helped some students in Henrico hit the ground running during the new school year; four Henrico Board of Supervisors candidates gather for a forum; Apple and AAA partner to offer roadside assistance for iPhone users even when no data or WiFi service is available; new […]
That Virginia Lottery ticket you have might be worth $1 million; Virginia State Police honor Henrico Police, local business owner; Three Chopt District School Board member Micky Ogburn endorses someone to replace her; a solar energy co-op forms; a West Broad Street shopping center changes hands; Henrico’s Division of Fire earns re-accreditation.
A new real estate tax cap for some Henrico homeowners; police continue to search for an escaped inmate; a Richmond man dies in a Short Pump hit-and-run; a private school teacher is charged with child sex crimes; a traffic alert in Northern Henrico; a western Henrico DMV is closed temporarily; a section of frontage along the Chickahominy River is now […]
Changes planned for a proposed food truck concept in Innsbrook; Dorey Park Farmers Market earns a state grant; a man accused of murder in the death of his ex-girlfriend allegedly commits suicide in Henrico Jail West; homelessness remains higher than normal in the Richmond region.
The victim in a Short Pump shooting dies; one Henrico County high school changes its admission policies for football games; a new art exhibition in Henrico examines environmental issues; ‘Bark in the Park’ planned for Sept. 30.