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Henrico County

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  • Inside the BRD: Former W&M assistant Matt McLeod is new football coach at Grafton High

    Matt McLeod, a former defensive coordinator at William and Mary, has accepted the job as head football coach at Grafton High. He succeeds Jared Van Acker, who resigned after three seasons at Grafton to become the head coach at Freedom High in Northern...
  • Tennis: Intra-region clashes will decide state Group AAA team championships Saturday morning in Newport News

    Tennis: Intra-region clashes will decide state Group AAA team championships Saturday morning in Newport News
    NEWPORT NEWS -- High school tennis fans in Richmond's West End and in Northern Virginia will be plenty curious to see what happens at Huntington Park on Saturday morning. Both of the state Group AAA championship matches will pit rivals quite familiar...
  • Scott Schuett: Operator of Peninsula assisted living homes fights for license

    Scott Schuett: Operator of Peninsula assisted living homes fights for license
    On Tuesday, Scott Schuett will come before the Virginia Board of Long-Term Care Administrators at a public hearing to determine whether he will keep his license to administer assisted living facilities (ALFs) in the state. The board suspended his...
  • Schuett loses assisted living license

    Scott Schuett, who currently operates five assisted living facilities in Hampton Roads, had his administrator and preceptor licenses revoked by the Virginia Board of Long-Term Care Administrators on Tuesday. After two hours of testimony by state...
  • Recent court cases address disputes over open records laws

    Recent court cases address disputes over open records laws
    When Virginians are denied access to public documents, they sometimes must take their fight to court. Three recent cases — two in the Virginia Supreme Court, one in the U.S. Supreme Court — highlight the public's right to information under...
  • Comment period opens on Virginia's abortion regulations; public hearings set

    The contentious -- the state's Health Commissioner Karen Remley, a Norfolk pediatrician, resigned her post over them -- new regulations, approved by the Virginia Board of Health in 2012, which apply new-hospital architectural requirements to clinics...
  • Va's health professionals adapting to team care

    Va's health professionals adapting to team care
    A move towards a team-based approach to delivering health care, prompted by the Affordable Care Act, is driving changes in both the education and practice of Virginia's health professionals. The ACA offers incentives for comprehensive, coordinated care...
  • Brain-Eating Amoebas Blamed in Three Deaths

    Brain-Eating Amoebas Blamed in Three Deaths
    BREVARD COUNTY, FL -- Three people have died this summer after suffering rare infections from a waterborne amoeba that destroys the brain. This is the time of year when there is an uptick in cases. The amoebas flourish in the heat -- especially during...
  • Elliott Yamin: Singer reflects on life after American Idol

    Elliott Yamin: Singer reflects on life after American Idol
    RICHMOND, VA (WTVR) - Life is awesome insists Elliott Yamin. The 33-year-old singer spent the first half of 2011 in a Los Angeles recording studio putting the finishing touches on his latest album tentatively titled "Let's Get to What's Real." "It&...
  • Where is Brittany Williams?

    Where is Brittany Williams?
    In Central Virginia, children are reported missing everyday. In Henrico County alone, more than 600 missing children reports were filed last year. Most of the children are located within several hours, but, there are some cases that go unresolved....
  • Protests at Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's energy conference

    It’s not exactly Occupy Wall Street, but… Several organizations organized protests to coincide Gov. Bob McDonnell’s second annual energy conference in Richmond. Members of the Virginia chapter of the Sierra Club walked outside the...
  • Some buyers turn to auctions for quick sale of home

    Ricky Roberts put his house in on the market last spring for $294,500, just as the housing market softened. He waited, and waited, then dropped the price a couple of times to $279,000. He threw out incentives, such as contributing toward closing costs....