2017

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Dr. William C. Bosher, Jr.: The Man Behind the Bow Tie

(Running time: 35 minutes)

William Cleveland Bosher Junior was born January 21, 1946 in Richmond, and spent his childhood on his family’s small farm in Hanover County. He landed his first teaching job in 1968 at Henrico’s J.R. Tucker High School at the age of 22, eventually becoming Superintendent of Schools for Henrico County, Chesterfield County, and the Commonwealth of Virginia. He influenced the education of countless children and was known for his educational expertise nationally and internationally — as well as his trademark bow tie. His legacy is in the lives he touched and the spirit of hope he cultivated everywhere he went. Join HCTV as we experience his extraordinary life in Dr. William C. Bosher, Jr.: The Man Behind the Bow Tie.


Inside Henrico: Spring 2017 Edition

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

  • Spring Landscaping
  • Public Use Area at the Landfill
  • Outdoor Grill Safety
  • Mosquitoes and Zika Virus
  • Fire Drones


Only Rain Down the Drain! Protecting Our Stormwater System

(Running time: 13 minutes)

The Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System — also known as MS4 — is all around us, yet it is easy to overlook. It carries runoff from streets, parking lots and other land surfaces directly to streams and creeks. This water, and the pollutants that get swept up in it, does not pass through a treatment plant before emptying into the James or Chickahominy Rivers, and ultimately, the Chesapeake Bay. Learn what Henrico County is doing to prevent pollution from entering our watersheds, and what you can do to help in Only Rain Down the Drain! Protecting Our Stormwater System.


When Food Can Kill You: Living with Food Allergies

(Running time: 18 minutes)

For some people, food choices are a matter of life and death. Allergic reactions to certain foods can arise suddenly, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Join HCTV as we talk to people coping with food allergies, medical professionals and parents of children with the condition in When Food Can Kill You: Living with Food Allergies.


Ask the Question: Suicide Prevention

(Running time: 19 minutes)

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. It most often occurs when stressors exceed the coping abilities of someone suffering from a mental health condition. Join HCTV as we talk to suicide prevention advocates, survivors and Henrico mental health professionals who encourage people to speak up if someone close to them appears distressed. Ask the Question. It can save lives.



Protection, Affection, and Adoption: Inside Henrico’s Animal Shelter

(Running time: 10 minutes)

Henrico’s animal shelter, its officers and its staff play a vital role in keeping our community safe. They also provide care and humane treatment of animals that support long, rewarding relationships between residents and their pets. Join HCTV as we visit the state-of-the-art animal shelter, meet a few of its residents and talk to the Animal Protection Police Officers about the adoption process, and what we all need to know about pet ownership in Henrico.


Inside Henrico: Winter 2017 Edition

(Running time: 18 minutes)

This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:

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  • Bike Lanes
  • Crosswalk Safety
  • Prescription Drug Disposal
  • Same Day Access for Substance Abuse/MHDS
  • Henrico Bill Pay at All 7-Elevens


The Elko Files: History and Mystery in Eastern Henrico

(Running time: 21 minutes)

The Elko tract in eastern Henrico County is a place where you can’t always believe what you see. It’s also a place of purpose, reinvention and promise. What remains today has been called a “lost city,” and much has been speculated about its past. The Elko name marks a middle school and a community center, and with land for further development, the tract remains a vital part of Henrico’s plan for the future. Join HCTV as we explore the mysteries and misunderstandings of the Elko Files.



From the Mines of Henrico: The Beginnings of our Nation’s Coal Industry

(Running time: 21 minutes)

Coal has been used as an energy source worldwide for thousands of years. In the United States, the coal industry originated on the banks of the James River and mines right here in Henrico County. Join HCTV as we document the industry’s rise and fall, and see what remains today of Henrico’s often overlooked coal history.


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