Martin’s announces plans to close Dumbarton Square store

The store, which opened in 1972, was the first Ukrop’s supermarket north of the James River.

Henrico Restaurant Week

Inaugural Henrico Restaurant Week raises $4,500 for Virginia Home for Boys and Girls

The event aimed to raise awareness for mainly locally-owned Henrico restaurants and raise funds for charity.


Henrico County Public Schools reports lower than average teacher turnover

HCPS is attracting and retaining top instructional talent.


Westbury Pharmacy loses permit, ordered to pay $65,000 in fines

The longtime business waived its right to a hearing and instead will pay a massive fine and lose its pharmacy license.


$1 kids movies coming in June!

Regal’s Summer Movies Express hits Richmond on June 16th–which means you can consider your Tuesday and Wednesday mornings with the kids booked through mid-August.


Take a survey on the future of the train shed

The 100,000 square feet of soon-to-be glassed-in space within Main Street Station will be revitalized as a transportation hub.


Major upgrades coming to Short Pump Park this summer

Residents can expect a ‘sprayground,’ a dog park, and a number of new walking trails and shelters.


Students open time capsule at Colonial Trail Elementary

The school’s first class of fifth graders buried the capsule seven years ago; they returned to open it as high school seniors.

Short Pump

L.L. Bean among new retailers, restaurants coming to Short Pump Town Center

The Boathouse, Children’s Museum of Richmond, and Lily Rain are among those joining the outdoor retailer this year.

Rabid Fox

Henrico authorities on the hunt for fox that bit West End resident, pet cat

Residents should treat the fox as rabid and report sightings to Henrico County Animal Protection.