Metal detectors are coming to some Henrico schools; Henrico officials want to help some county employees buy their first homes; Highland Springs High School seeks to defend its state football title; a Henrico woman dies in a car crash; Henrico Police arrest and charge two men in connection with a Nov. 15 homicide; help support our Drive for 500!
Henrico News Minute podcast
Tense moments at two Henrico County high schools Tuesday; Henrico Schools officials are reimagining a portion of Regency Square mall; Sandston Branch Library celebrates its reopening today; a Henrico man dies in a crash on Parham Road.
Henrico Congressman Donald McEachin has died; GRTC plans an expansion of bus rapid transit service into Henrico; a popular West End baseball and softball complex is getting a facelift; two holiday plant sales are happening at Henrico schools this week and next.
A Tuckahoe town hall meeting is planned next week; a round-up of several holiday-themed events taking place in Henrico soon; applications open for two Henrico Citizen community programs; our ‘Drive for 500’ continues, and we need your support.
Lego robots take over one Henrico high school; a New Kent man dies in an Eastern Henrico crash; officials stop another gun at an RIC checkpoint; Henrico Police need your help to find a robbery suspect; this week’s high school sports round-up in Gametime Henrico.
A new local House of Delegates candidate formally enters the race; Dominion Energy offers help for rising fuel costs; Henrico’s Commonwealth Attorney’s Office plans its annual candlelight and ribbon-tying ceremony; an update on recent restaurant inspections in Henrico.
A Short Pump soccer complex has a new name; Henrico officials are planning to expand Tuckahoe Creek Park; Henrico Police are seeking a woman of interest in connection with a robbery; HHHunt planning a small development in Short Pump; this week’s Henrico property transactions; a round-up of high school sports action.
A Henrico Democrat announces plans for a Virginia Senate run; the Henrico Community Food Bank gears up to serve more Henricoans; a new way to get to Minnesota from the Richmond region; the Richmond Holiday Light Show returns this week; a Northern Henrico traffic alert.
A man with Henrico ties is at the center of the latest devastating mass shooting in the United States; school buses from Henrico were involved in more crashes than any other Virginia locality two years ago.
A new requirement on the way for Henrico County high school students; Henrico Police arrest a second teen in connection with a September homicide; a scholarship fund established in memory of a Freeman High School teacher who died last month; the Henrico Sheriff’s Office is hosting a food drive this month; join the Henrico Citizen’s “Drive for 500” through the […]