KILMARNOCK, Va — Here on the Northern Neck of Virginia, God continues to work in glorious ways. He is always there for us, going beyond what our prayers ask for, and even delivering solutions for our most challenging situations.
Popular Restaurant Chain Spices Up Henrico Development
CBS News Channel
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — A popular restaurant chain is the latest on the menu for the Reynolds Crossing development in western Henrico. A Chipotle sign adorns the front of a building recently built at Glenside Drive and Forest Avenue. The restaurant is the first to put up signage at the building, which consists of multiple commercial spaces totaling 19,000 square feet.
The Hopewell News
PRINCE GEORGE, Va. — A new chapter has begun in Carson as community leaders gathered Wednesday, October 29, to break ground on the new fire station set to be built in the area.
“Today is a testimony of what great things can come about from a partnership,” said Brad Owens, director of Fire and EMS for Prince George County.
RICHMOND, Va. — The city’s adoptable pets are enjoying a $2.6 million treat that has been in the works since 2012. The Richmond Animal Care and Control facility at 1600 Chamberlayne Ave. cut the ribbon on its renovated and expanded space at a Wednesday morning event.
HENRICO, Va. — The new 13,000-square-foot Henrico Health Department East Clinic will open on Laburnum Avenue on Sept. 8, offering expanded services for residents and easier accessibility to serve the county's growing population.
Construction Starts on Next Phase of Shoppes at Reynolds Crossing
Commercial Property Executive
HENRICO, Va. — Reynolds Development has started construction on the next phase of The Shoppes at Reynolds Crossing in Richmond. The 19,000-square-footl building is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2015.
Dedication Celebrates Rebirth of Church Destroyed By Arson
New Kent/Charles City Chronicle
CHARLES CITY, Va. — Amid song and celebration, members of St. John Baptist Church and hundreds of friends and dignitaries joined together to dedicate the Charles City church’s new home on Nov. 23, a little less than five years after an arsonist destroyed the original building in a Feb. 9, 2004 early morning blaze.