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Registration opens for Henrico 4-H special interest clubs for youngsters - The Henrico Citizen

Henrico County 4-H Youth Development is accepting registrations for three new special interest clubs that will encourage youngsters to have fun while exploring agriculture, animal science and cake decorating. The SPIN clubs – Digging Science; Paws, Claws, & Hooves; and Piece of Cake – are launching in conjunction with National 4-H Week (Oct. 2-8). Henrico

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Business in brief – Oct. 3, 2022 - The Henrico Citizen

Ginny Graef Certified public accounting firm Keiter has promoted Ginny Graef to partner, effective Oct. 1. Graef joined Keiter as a tax senior manager in 2017 and recently took the lead role with Keiter’s estates and trusts practice. She has also participated with the firm's tax quality control team, crypto currency team, and the tax

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Henrico News Minute – Oct. 3, 2022 - The Henrico Citizen

Two Henrico communities named among top places to live; good news on the COVID-19 front; U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger blasts her own party’s leadership.

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Whites celebrate their 50th anniversary - The Henrico Citizen

Dr. Evans C. White and Mrs. Rose B. White of Mechanicsville celebrated 50 years of marriage Sept. 30. Their journey has included 40 years of ministry and the pastorate. They have two children, Katrina (LaMar) and Evans, III (La’Tonia), and four grandchildren, Marcus, La’Nia, Love and Evans, IV.

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ACE Center at Virginia Randolph to host fall plant sale Oct. 13-14 - The Henrico Citizen

The Advanced Career Education Center at Virginia Randolph will host its fall plant sale Oct. 13-14, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The sale will include student-grown, environmentally friendly native plants, such as perennials that thrive in late summer and fall (native grasses, several types of asters and goldenrod, as well as phlox),

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2 Henrico communities named among top-50 places to live in U.S. - The Henrico Citizen

Short Pump Town Center Two Henrico County communities have been named to a list of the top-50 places to live in the United States by the news website Stacker. Both Innsbrook (No. 42) and Short Pump (No. 49) made the list, which was based upon a number of factors, including the cost of living, educational

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Weekend Top 5 - The Henrico Citizen

Threads Consignment will hold a Ladies and Home Goods Consignment Sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 30 and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1-2 in the former JCPenney’s at Regency Mall. Items for sale include women’s clothing (business, casual, athletic and formal wear), wedding dresses, jewelry, handbags, shoes, and small home

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Spanberger blasts Democratic House leadership after her proposed ban on stock sales stalls - The Henrico Citizen

U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger (a Democrat who represents Virginia's 7th District) blasted her party's U.S. House of Representatives leadership Friday, after it failed to advance her proposal or any others that would ban members of Congress, their spouses and their dependent children from trading individual stocks. For months, Spanberger has been

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Henrico Crime Report – Sept. 23-29, 2022 - The Henrico Citizen

Mayland Drive at Quarter Mill Road – Police arrested and charged a citizen(s) with disregarding a signal to stop during a pursuit, being drunk in a public place, obstruction of justice, a warrant service, and other criminal violations during a traffic stop Sept. 23 at 2:22 a.m. 4900 block of Government Road – Police arrested

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Henrico moves into low COVID-19 Community Level - The Henrico Citizen

Henrico has entered the “low” COVID-19 Community Level rating as of Sept. 29, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The county had been in the “medium” level for the past six weeks and at the "high" level for the 12 weeks prior to that. It was last at the "low" level