HCTV Programs

Henrico County Television (HCTV) programming is available through Comcast’s Video On Demand service. To access HCTV programs, select the “Get Local” folder, followed by “Government,” and finally “Access Henrico.” Video On Demand allows our Comcast cable subscribers to choose which HCTV program they want to watch and when they want to watch it. Approximately 25 programs are available at one time. We change the program line-up monthly.

You may also request a DVD of an HCTV program by calling Public Relations & Media Services at 501-4257.

ProgramYearRuntime
37 Magazine
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This premiere edition of 37 Magazine features several county events and issues including:
  • Residential Security
  • Springtime Allergies
  • Belmont Golf Course
  • NIMS Training
  • Heavy Equipment Operators in Henrico
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200537 minutes
4H: Making the Best Better
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What do kids, animals and agriculture have in common? HCTV goes rural in this look at how 4-H projects engage today's young people.
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200526 minutes
A-Shift: Station 12 — 24 Hours with Henrico Fire
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Ever wonder what it's really like to be a firefighter? It's not all guts and glory; there are plenty of chores on top of the emergency response. HCTV takes you inside the often misunderstood reality of first responders. You'll experience a 24-hour shift at Station 12: a "typical" day in the life of Henrico's firefighters.
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200931 minutes
ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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We all have occasional problems concentrating or getting organized, but for people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), this is a constant state of being. HCTV spoke to several experts, as well as people who suffer from the disorder, to learn about the different types of ADHD and what help is available.
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201116 minutes
Adventure Henrico: Scuba Diving
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Breathing underwater is as easy as one, two three, well maybe four — days of training that is. Join HCTV staffers Ben and Steve as they dive into an adventure that begins in the classroom and ends 60 feet beneath the water's surface. Earning their PADI Open Water Dive Certifications was a little trickier than they thought.  Kick your fins along with them as they sink or swim through the doorway of a new world in Adventure Henrico: SCUBA Diving.
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200821 minutes
Angels of Agriculture: The Plight of Henrico's Honeybees
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From pollinating crops to producing honey and bee's wax, the honeybee is essential to our agriculture and modern life. HCTV takes you inside the beehive as we shed light on these often misunderstood, fascinating creatures.
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200720 minutes
Art Within: The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, The
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The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, Henrico's premiere art, theater and dance venue, dates back to 1911. Formerly the Glen Allen School, this magnificent building was transformed in 1999 to offer a variety of art classes, showings, galleries and performances. Join HCTV as we explore all that the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen has to offer, and find The Art Within.
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200818 minutes
At Your Leisure: What's New in Henrico's Parks?
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With an ever expanding range of recreational opportunities, Henrico's Division of Recreation and Parks truly has something for everyone. Join us as we take a look at some of the new and upcoming attractions across the county.
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200726 minutes
At Your Leisure: What's New in Rec and Parks Programming?
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This new edition of At Your Leisure samples more of Henrico's vast recreational offerings. Join HCTV as we drop in on a baby sign language class, a benefit event for the Henrico Humane Society, a belly dancing class, a Frank Sinatra tribute concert, and a sunset canoe paddling expedition.
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200827 minutes
Attack Transport: Remembering the USS Henrico
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First broadcast airs in honor of Veterans' Day. The USS Henrico was a trusty workhorse from the beaches at D-Day through Korea and the Vietnam War. HCTV remembers the crew, their stories and the ship that bears the name of our county.
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200427 minutes
Badge of Protection: The Henrico Sheriff's Office
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The Henrico Sheriff's Office has served the county since 1634. Today, its responsibilities include court security, jail security, and serving the civil process. See how the deputies go above and beyond the call to serve and protect the citizens of Henrico.
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200537 minutes
Battlefield Henrico - Savage Station - 1862
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Just days after General Robert E. Lee took command of the Army of Northern Virginia, the battlefront of the Civil War came to Henrico County. HCTV takes you to the battle of Savage Station, exploring what it was really like to fight face to face in the War Between the States. As the story unfolds, one thing becomes clear; the men on both sides were true warriors.
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200530 minutes
Battles With Parkinson's Disease
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Parkinson's disease is a degenerative neurological condition that causes problems with muscular movement and many other systems in the body. In this program, HCTV talks with local people who deal with Parkinson's every day. Find out how they cope and what options are available locally in Battles with Parkinson's Disease.
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200931 minutes
Be Ready Henrico: Disaster Preparation
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Natural or man-made disasters can happen anytime, anywhere. The potential for hurricanes, tornados, droughts, blizzards, flooding, or terrorism can hit Henrico at a moments notice. Are you ready? If you have to evacuate or shelter in place, does your family have a plan and a disaster kit? HCTV's Be Ready Henrico: Disaster Preparation shows you how to be prepared and keep your family safe when disaster strikes.
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201018 minutes
Best of Magazine 17 Winter 2009 Edition
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • New Animal Shelter
  • Fire Escape Plan
  • Motorcycle Police
  • Flood Marker of 1771
  • Diabetes Control
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200924 minutes
Best of Magazine 17: Fall 2007
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:
  • The Loneliest Road
  • Motorcycle Police
  • Preventing Auto Theft
  • Community Maintenance
  • Randolph Cemetery
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200731 minutes
Best of Magazine 17: Spring 2006
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include:
  • Springtime Allergies
  • Belmont Golf Course
  • Residential Security
  • Police Forensics Unit
  • Recycling
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200624 minutes
Beyond the Palisade: Life in 17th Century Henrico
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Beyond the palisade takes you back to 1611 Henricus, the birthplace of Henrico County. HCTV examines who the colonists were, why they came here, what they hoped to achieve, and what difficulties they faced. Costumed interpreters and colonial experts tell a vivid, gritty tale of adventure, adversity and perseverance.
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200634 minutes
Breaking the Cycle of Abuse
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HCTV looks inside domestic violence with particular attention to its effect on children. Learn how professional counselors help victims break away from abusive relationships, help abusers see the effects of their behavior, and help children work through feelings of guilt and anger.
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200619 minutes
Breaking Through: The Women in Henrico Police
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Police work was once considered a man's domain, but since 1965 Henrico has led the way in hiring women as police officers. Henrico's first female police officer broke through the barrier more than a decade before Virginia's State Police included women in their ranks. Join HCTV as we talk with some of Henrico's women on the force, past and present, and hear their stories.
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201223 minutes
Bridges of Henrico County, The
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The James River has been a center for commerce and travel since the 17th century. From the Huguenot and Willey, to the Varina-Enon and Pocahontas, HCTV brings you spectacular footage on the bridges connecting North and South.
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200528 minutes
Building Our Future Together
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Get a behind the scenes look at the Department of Building Construction and Inspections. See what they look for to make sure your house and commercial structures are safe and sound.
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200417 minutes
By the People, For the People: Volunteering in Henrico
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Volunteering has a long proud history in America. Since our nation's inception, Americans have volunteered to help each other in times of crisis.Volunteers work 200,000 hours each year for Henrico County, at an annual savings of $5 million. Join HCTV as we hear stories of selfless volunteers throughout our community, and learn why their commitment to volunteering is worth its weight in gold.
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200826 minutes
C.E.R.T.: Community Emergency Response Team
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HCTV looks at how residents can prepare for emergency situations that can occur in today's world.
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200414 minutes
Calling to Serve: Henrico Police, A
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Do you ever wish you could do more to serve and protect your community? Do you hear a calling to be a Henrico police officer? Follow HCTV on a real world experience fighting crime and helping citizens — then decide if you should answer that call.
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200716 minutes
Caring for Mature Neighborhoods: Henrico's Community Maintenance Efforts
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Neglected property can affect the perception of a neighborhood, but Henrico's Community Revitalization Department is devoted to combating blight. The community maintenance staff works with county residents through education, outreach, and volunteer coordination, helping to breathe new life into aging neighborhoods.
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201634 minutes
Caring for the Animals: Livestock to Lizards in Henrico Recreation
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Henrico's Meadow Farm Museum and Three Lakes Nature Center and Aquarium both offer unique opportunities for residents and visitors to learn about many different animal species. Recreation and Parks' experienced staff takes great pride in caring for these animals daily, from cleaning and feeding to shelter and health care. Join HCTV as we explore how keeping these animals happy and healthy is a priority in Caring for the Animals: Livestock to Lizards in Henrico Recreation.
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201018 minutes
Central Automotive Maintenance: Still Rolling
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From school buses and ambulances to backhoes and dump trucks, Henrico County has thousands of specialized vehicles in its motor fleet, all of which require regular maintenance and repair. Henrico's Central Automotive Maintenance (CAM) mechanics are well-trained, experienced and have the necessary knowledge to maintain this massive, diverse fleet. Join HCTV as we meet the professional technicians who keep our vehicles in good working order, and learn about the energy saving, cost effective measures Henrico has in place for the future, in Central Automotive Maintenance: Still Rolling.
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201118 minutes
Chronicles of the 49th: The Henrico Police Academy
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Henrico police officers serve through honor, professionalism, commitment, compassion, and accountability. The privilege of becoming one of Henrico's finest first requires the completion of a long journey through the challenging police academy. HCTV takes you day-by-day through the entire 49th Police Academy, capturing the grueling training a recruit must endure to reach the goal of graduation. Police recruits relive their most exciting and demanding experiences in Chronicles of the 49th: The Henrico County Police Academy.
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200945 minutes
Clarke-Palmore House, The
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Originally built in 1819, The Clarke-Palmore House has undergone significant upgrades and modifications through the years to accommodate the changing needs of its residents. Vera Clarke Palmore Morton, the last resident of the house, donated the property to Henrico County for educational use. The Clarke-Palmore House is included on the National Register of Historic Places and was occupied by members of the same family for more than 140 years. Join HCTV as we document the evolution of the house and surrounding buildings through the decades.
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201216 minutes
Coal Mines of Henrico, The
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Historically, coal was the fuel used for industry and heating in most of Virginia, and mine shafts are still being discovered today. Tune in to discover just how close to home coal was found and mined in Virginia.
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200524 minutes
Collecting Yourself: Hoarding Disorders
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Do you have trouble throwing things away? Are your "collections" out of control? If you are a hoarder, or have clutter in your home, this program is a must see. Henrico County has a support group for people who want to rid their lives of clutter. HCTV defines the difference between simple clutter, collecting and hoarding in Collecting Yourself: Hoarding Disorders.
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200826 minutes
Community Investment: Real Estate Taxes and Assessments, A
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Why are our Henrico homes reassessed, and what prompts lowering real estate taxes? Where do our tax dollars go? Join HCTV as we discover the ins and outs of real estate taxes and property assessments. See how Henrico County is providing a lifestyle for our residents that is the envy of the region.
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200625 minutes
Community Resource Guide PSA
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Is the neighbor's dog barking driving you crazy? How about the loud muffler or tall weeds? Learn who to call to help resolve your community problems in this free resource guide.
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20043 minutes
Community Revitalization: Vital to Our Future
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Henrico's mature, established commercial corridors and residential neighborhoods are a crucial element to the county's landscape. Join HCTV as we learn about the Community Revitalization Department, why it was established, and how it is committed to stabilizing and beautifying Henrico's older properties. Business owners and homeowners alike have benefited from Community Revitalization's programs and services — revitalization efforts that are vital to our future.
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201022 minutes
Complicated Condition: Stories of Muscular Dystrophy, A
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Muscular Dystrophy is a complicated condition which can affect not only muscle strength, but nerves, digestion and cognition as well. In this program, HCTV explores the many distinct varieties of Muscular Dystrophy, and how several families are dealing with the special challenges of this complex disease.
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200920 minutes
Culture & Pride: The History of Native Americans in Virginia
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American Indians have lived in Virginia for 15,000 years. HCTV talks to Native Americans about their culture and the pride they have in their ancestral ways. You will experience the drums and the Pow Wow as well as see historic videos, photo, and maps. Learn how Virginia's Indians have joined mainstream society, while holding on to their past in this landmark documentary.
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200657 minutes
Deep in the Night: REM Sleep & Dreams
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Everyone dreams. Dreams are a normal part of our sleep cycle, and are beneficial to our health, memory retention, learning and self-awareness. While dreams may be recurring, prophetic, scary, sad, funny or downright weird, psychiatrists believe we can find meaning in these subconscious creations of our brains. Join HCTV as we explore Rapid Eye Movement sleep and the significance of dreams in Deep in the Night: REM Sleep and Dreams.
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201121 minutes
Defining Our Past: Street Names
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Defining Our Past is back with more stories behind Henrico's names and places. In this second edition, host Ryan Eubank examines the local lore of street names. How did Henrico's streets and roads get their names, and how are new names developed? Ride along as HCTV sheds some light on this fascinating topic.
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200619 minutes
Defining Our Past: The Stories Behind Henrico's Names and Places
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Have you ever wondered how streets, neighborhoods, districts, or Henrico County got their names? HCTV's new series, Defining Our Past, will shed some light on their origins. In this first episode, host Ryan Eubank takes you on a tour of Henrico's past starting with the founding of the Citie of Henricus.
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200621 minutes
Digging the Truth: Archaeology In and Around Henrico
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Documenting our history can be fascinating, but written historical records don't always tell the whole story. HCTV takes you on a journey into the dirt of Henrico as archaeologists uncover the truth about the past right here in our own backyard.
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200821 minutes
Dining Out in Henrico
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Watch the Henrico Health Department conduct an actual restaurant health inspection, and find out how you can monitor violations in your favorite eatery.
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200430 minutes
Emergency! Henrico's 911 Operations
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What happens after a call comes into Henrico's 911 centers? Find out how quickly and effectively 911 works in this HCTV special.
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200419 minutes
Energy Wise: The Henrico County Energy Management System
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Since implementing Henrico's Energy Management program more than 10 years ago, the county has saved more than $2 million each year on energy costs. From designing and building LEED certified facilities, to using more energy efficient light bulbs, Henrico's efforts are promoting environmental friendliness and saving our taxpayer's dollars.
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201513 minutes
Enterprise Zone
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Henrico's committed to revitalizing its older commercial corridors. See what benefits and assistance business owners can find through participating in the county's Enterprise Zone program.
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200613 minutes
Evolution of Excellence: Henrico County Police Division, An
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Honor. Professionalism. Commitment. Compassion. Accountability. These core values guide the men and women of the Henrico County Police Division as they serve and protect the community. The division has changed dramatically over the years, growing and evolving with law enforcement's best practices. Watch as the division has morphed into an internationally accredited, modern day force in An Evolution of Excellence: Henrico County Police Division.
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201513 minutes
Extending Knowledge: Virginia Cooperative Extension in Henrico County
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Virginia Cooperative Extension has been providing scientifically based knowledge for our community for more than 80 years. With programs covering Agriculture and Natural Resources, 4-H Youth activities, and Family and Consumer Sciences, residents of Henrico County are becoming smarter consumers and are more involved in their family's lives than ever before. Join HCTV as we explore the many offerings of Virginia Cooperative Extension.
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201121 minutes
Field of Honor Commercial
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A commercial to highlight and promote the new book about the Civil War in Henrico County.
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20051 minute
Firehouse Flashbacks
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Dalmatians, trumpets and wet beards all have something in common. Learn about Henrico's fire history, traditions and legends as HCTV chronicles the evolution of firefighting in the county.
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200430 minutes
Focus on Fathers: Henrico's Fatherhood Initiative Program
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Henrico's Fatherhood Initiative Program is designed to help fathers learn how to re-engage with their children, how to be responsible role models, manage emotions and become the best fathers they can be. Join HCTV as we talk to the experts in Social Services, as well as some participating fathers, to learn more about this program and how it benefits families and our society.
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201312 minutes
Food Allergies
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Food allergies are on the rise, and allergic reactions can range from slight itching to anaphylaxis and even death. A food allergy can be triggered by eating, touching or even smelling certain foods, and there is no immunization available to desensitize patients. See how food allergies affect the lives of children and adults, and how they consciously avoid dangerous foods.
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200719 minutes
For the Record: The Clerk of the Circuit Court
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The Henrico Circuit Courts Clerk's Office serves the community in countless ways, including access to public records and assistance with matters related to both civil and criminal cases held in Henrico Circuit Court. The Clerk's Record Room houses millions of documents. These public records date back to the early years of Henrico County and preserve the history of our community.
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201221 minutes
Foundations in Time II: More of Henrico's Architectural Treasures
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Henrico County is home to an amazing variety of architectural styles — from Colonial to Greek revival, art deco to post-modern. In this series, HCTV tours the county's architectural landscape and meets people who are involved with the design, restoration and recognition of significant structures. You'll find the story of architecture is just as much about the people who love these great buildings.
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200936 minutes
Foundations In Time: Henrico's Architectural Treasures
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In this second edition of Foundations in Time: Henrico's Architectural Treasures, HCTV visits two very different houses, from very different eras. The early 20th century Mankin Mansion showcases the talents of brickmaker E.T. Mankin, and the Druin-Horner House is a rare survivor from 18th century Henrico. Both are included on the National Register of Historic Places and are recipients of the Historic Preservation Advisory Committee's Award of Merit for restoration. HCTV explores how the intricate story of our county's past can be told through historic buildings.
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200632 minutes
Four Legged Force: Life in Henrico's K-9 Unit, The
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Whether they're chasing down the bad guy, tracking a trail, sniffing out drugs or alerting their handlers to explosives, some of the most dedicated and hard-working members of Henrico's Division of Police also happen to be man's best friend. Join HCTV as we take a look at Henrico's canine unit, and meet the officers who work with their furry and feisty partners to help protect our citizens and solve crimes in The Four Legged Force: Life in Henrico's K-9 Unit.
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201134 minutes
Fourth Estate: The Story of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, The
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In 1850 the first edition of The Daily Dispatch was printed providing Richmonders with headline news for a mere penny. More than 150 years and four generations of family publishing later, the Richmond Times-Dispatch continues to roll off the presses 365 days a year. Technology may have changed the way newspapers are printed, but providing local news to central Virginia remains at the heart of this revered local treasure. Join HCTV as we tell the story of The Fourth Estate.
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200934 minutes
Friend in Need: Animal Protection, A
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Featuring Henrico's Animal Protection Division, and how you can become a parent to a furry little four-legged friend.
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200619 minutes
From Stuffing to Starving: Dealing with Eating Disorders
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From anorexia to binging, eating disorders are life-threatening illnesses that impact the mental and physical health of millions each year. The fear and avoidance of eating, inability to control eating and purging after eating can cause damage to every major organ in the body. Join HCTV as we hear the stories of several people who have battled eating disorders and learn how they found help.
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201422 minutes
From the Garbage to the Grid: A Powerful By-Product of Henrico's Trash
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We all generate household waste, we all use electricity. Those two undeniable facts of life have come to an enterprising intersection at the Springfield Road Landfill. Henrico based INGENCO Distributed Energy has partnered with the county to use the methane produced from decomposing garbage to fuel a four-megawatt power plant. Take an electrifying trip to the landfill with HCTV's Ryan Eubank, and learn all about this ultimate form of recycling in From The Garbage to The Grid: A Powerful By-Product of Henrico's Trash.
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201022 minutes
Garden Retreats: Stopping to Smell the Roses
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Join HCTV on a captivating journey through local gardens to discover the wonderful colors, sounds, and people that create these beautiful retreats. You'll see gardens that are formal, traditional, and whimsical, and learn why they enrich the lives of the people who so passionately call them home.
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200631 minutes
Get Into the Zone: Community Redevelopment/ New Enterprise
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The revitalizing of Henrico's business zones is the topic of this HCTV special feature.
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200612 minutes
Gift From the Heart: Fostering Our Children, A
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Being a foster parent is a gift from the heart. Join HCTV as we explore the lives of foster families and discover that every family's story is unique. Henrico County parents, children and social workers highlight the rewards of fostering our children and show how the family unit is one of life's masterpieces.
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200825 minutes
Going to Work: The Capital Area Training Consortium
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Need help finding a job? CATC has resources for building your resume, getting fresh training, and finding that perfect position for career success.
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200516 minutes
Greetings from Lakeside: Past, Present and Future
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Often described as a little slice of Mayberry, Lakeside is a community with a distinct character, where there are plenty of reminders of "the good old days." Take a walk down memory lane with HCTV to find out what makes Lakeside so unique, and learn about the forces behind the revitalization of one of the county's first suburbs and business corridors.
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200933 minutes
H2O Henrico: From the River to Your Home
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Quality drinking water doesn't just happen; it involves science, time, and the dedication of Henrico's Water Treatment Facility staff. After years of planning and debating through the so-called "water wars" with the city of Richmond, Henrico County opened its own water treatment plant in 2004. Take a tour with HCTV and see how this fascinating facility uses sophisticated techniques and technology to treat and distribute your drinking water from the James River to your home.
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200420 minutes
Happy Holidays in Henrico County
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Bundle up for the winter season with HCTV as we show you beautiful holiday scenes in Henrico County. See the magical decorations at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, the holidays of yesteryear at Meadow Farm Museum, and the festive boats decked-out on the James in the "Parade of Lights."
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200412 minutes
Heart of the Matter: Atrial Fibrillation, The
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Atrial fibrillation is a disorder in the heart's electrical system which causes the two upper chambers to contract irregularly. This condition can be treated with medications, but more severe cases may require surgery. HCTV explores the stories of Atrial fibrillation patients who benefited from different surgeries, and we talk to several leading cardiologists who explain these procedures.
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200823 minutes
Helping Hand: Community Corrections Program, A
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HCTV discovers that helping Henrico's adults on probation also keeps our jail system healthy and maintains inmate populations at manageable levels.
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200413 minutes
Henrico County General Services: A Partnership of Excellence
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Teamwork and dedication drive the employees in the Department of General Services to provide a quality life for Henrico residents. From building security to maintaining school buses and emergency vehicles, General Services' partnership of excellence provides unparalleled support in ways you never imagined.
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200724 minutes
Henrico County Law Enforcement Explorers
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Join HCTV as we introduce you to law enforcement through the eyes of explorers. Dedicated to helping young adults prepare for a career in law enforcement, this program is full of exciting challenges that promote character development and good citizenship. Watch and learn alongside Henrico's youth as they take part in authentic hands-on crime fighting techniques taught to them by Henrico's Division of Police.
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201416 minutes
Henrico County: Employer of Choice
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See how Henrico's Department of Human Resources attracts and retains a world class workforce for a world class community.
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200412 minutes
Henrico H2O
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See how water gets from the James River to your home through Henrico's new Water Treatment Plant.
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20098 minutes
Henrico Holiday, A
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Come celebrate the holidays with HCTV as we explore the sights and sounds of the season right here in Henrico. Travel with us back to 1860 when modest ornaments garnished the hallways at Meadow Farm. Learn how America adapted decking the halls during the Great Depression at the Clarke-Palmore House. Have a seat at the Henrico Theatre for the "Holiday Spectacular" and drift along with us down the James River to see the sparkling Parade of Lights. And of course, illuminate your spirit with thousands of colorful lights, animated Santas and shining stars adorning the rooftops of Henrico's own larger-than-life homes, all right here in A Henrico Holiday.
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201320 minutes
Henrico Police Animal Protection Unit
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Each year close to 3,500 companion animals arrive at the Henrico Police Animal Shelter in need of a new home — dogs and cats, of course, but also guinea pigs, rabbits, ferrets and even goats and chickens. HCTV visits with area residents who have adopted these furry (and feathered) friends and talks to the officers of the Animal Protection Unit who work with the animals — both wild and domestic — in our neighborhoods every day.
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201325 minutes
Henrico Police Athletic League
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The Henrico Police Athletic League (PAL) provides a safe environment for at-risk children between the ages of 6 and 15. Through educational, athletic and social programs, PAL creates a positive relationship between police officers and young people. HCTV takes you inside the PAL program to experience the benefits and learn about the wide variety of opportunities for our young citizens.
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200825 minutes
Henrico S.W.A.T.: Ready for the Call
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When citizens have a problem they call the police, but when the police have a problem they call S.W.A.T. Feel the intensity as they push the envelope to make a dangerous situation safe. In a moment's notice they are called to Henrico's most alarming crises, but it's all in a days work for the S.W.A.T team.
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200620 minutes
Henrico Sheriff's Summer Student Academy
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The Henrico County Sheriff's Office relies on scores of specially trained deputies to keep the county's two jails running safely and efficiently. But in 2011, the rising cost of overtime had become a growing concern. And — it turns out — the mother of invention. The Sheriff's Office partnered with Virginia Commonwealth University to establish the Summer-Student Basic Jailor Academy. Join HCTV as we explore how the academy has helped avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in overtime payments for the county, and has provided valuable, hands-on experience for students pursuing careers in criminal justice.
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201322 minutes
Henrico Wildlife: Sharing the Habitat
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From deer and raccoons to snakes and beavers, Henrico County and the surrounding area has a rich population of wildlife that residents can enjoy and learn to understand. Peacefully coexisting with these animals includes respecting the fact that they are wild. Encountering wildlife in Henrico can be a positive, enriching experience. Join HCTV as we explore how to share the habitat with these wonderful creatures.
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200825 minutes
Hidden Beauty: The Wildflowers of Virginia
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From coastal wetlands to the western mountains, Virginia is one of the most naturally diverse states in the country. Native wildflowers are part of our heritage and add to the beauty of our surroundings. To fully appreciate their wonder, stop and look carefully to find the hidden beauty in these natural works of art.
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200729 minutes
History of Short Pump, The
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Short Pump: a crossroads in Henrico County that never had a city hall, never was incorporated, and until recent years, was a quiet, rural community. Who deemed the area "Short Pump"? How has it evolved through the years, and what made it such a special place for residents, businesses, and all who've ever passed through?
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200730 minutes
Home Grown in Henrico: Vegetable Gardening Made Easy
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Growing your own vegetables is a fun and educational way to put fresh, nutritious foods on your table. Whether you're starting a full garden for the first time, or you simply want to grow a tomato plant in a container, HCTV will give you the information you need to have a successful crop in Home Grown in Henrico: Vegetable Gardening Made Easy.
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201025 minutes
Hunger to Live: Transplanting Life, A
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Learn about the remarkable medical advancement of organ transplants as HCTV tells the story of one young Henrico resident who now has a new lease on life.
Retired
200623 minutes
Ideal Place to Live: A History of Sandston, The
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The small community of Sandston, nestled in Henrico's east end, is as unique as the people and the memories that keep it alive and thriving. Escaping from the busy city and into the suburbs, people seeking a quiet and desirable life are at the heart of Sandston's beginnings. Three wars surround this community's history and helped shape the Sandston we know today. Join HCTV as we uncover the stories, the people and the way of life in The Ideal Place to Live: A History of Sandston.
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201122 minutes
In the Public Trust: Historic Preservation in Henrico County
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Henrico's historic preservation efforts include caring for more than 45,000 artifacts and documents, maintaining six museums and more than 30 historic buildings. The Division of Recreation and Parks' Historic Preservation and Museum Services is the county's version of the Smithsonian Institute, and the professional staff is dedicated to keeping Henrico's rich history safe and in tact for future generations to enjoy. Join HCTV as we look at the meticulous work our team of historians, archivists and curators perform every day to bring our history to life.
Retired
201123 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2009
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Streaming Board Meetings
  • SWAM Business Fair
  • Police 75th Anniversary
  • Pet Oxygen Masks
  • RIR Economic Impact
Retired
200918 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2010
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Medical Reserve Corps
  • Animal Protection Police Officers
  • Get Ready for 2011
  • Leaf Collection Service
  • Thanksgiving Traditions
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201017 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2011
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Storm Ready Community
  • Operational Medical Director (Fire)
  • Dorey Dog Park Opening
  • Virginia Randolph Museum
  • 2011 Fall Update
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201120 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2012
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Flu Season
  • New Police Logo/Vehicles
  • Ignition Interlock Law
  • Fire Station 3
  • Meadow Farm Mules
Retired
201218 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2013
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Leaf Collection Schedule Changes
  • Rabid Animal Precautions
  • Fire Division Winter Preparation
  • The Gardner House
  • Meadow Farm's 300th Anniversary
Retired
201318 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2014
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Quidditch
  • Leaf Collection
  • Thanksgiving Traditions
  • Turkey Frying Blow Up
  • Holiday Shopping Safety
Retired
201418 minutes
Inside Henrico: Fall 2015
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Fire ISO Rating
  • Residential Sprinklers
  • DEQ Stormwater Regulations
  • Move Over Law
  • Old Dominion Barn Dance
Retired
201521 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2009
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Streaming Board Meetings
  • SWAM Business Fair
  • Police 75th Anniversary
  • Pet Oxygen Masks
  • RIR Economic Impact
Retired
200917 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2010
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Spring Allergies
  • A Surprising Alternative Fuel
  • Noise Ordinance
  • Water Tower Paint Job
  • Green Buildings/LEED Certification
Retired
201018 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2011
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • 2011 Updates
  • Cost Saving Measures
  • LED Traffic Lights
  • Glen Allen Star
  • Public Utilities Sewer Cam
  • Police Change of Command
Retired
201120 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2012
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Flashing Yellow Arrow
  • John Rolfe Parkway Opening
  • Time for Lawn and Garden
  • Dabbs House Civil Defense
  • 23rd Annual 5K Run at Innsbrook
Retired
201220 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2013
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Meals Tax
  • Hypothermic Protocol
  • CodeRED
  • J.E.B. Stuart Trail
  • Spring Landfill Use
Retired
201322 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2014
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Meals Tax Implementation June 1
  • Springfield Road Landfill Changes
  • CVWMA/Recycling
  • New Texting While Driving Laws
  • 911 Communications Officer Academy
Retired
201418 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2015
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Spring Yard Preparations/Growing Season
  • Rain Barrels
  • Shane Road Recycling Center
  • New Library Web Cams
  • Spouses of Veterans KIA Real Estate Tax Exemption
Retired
201517 minutes
Inside Henrico: Spring 2016
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • New Police Chief
  • Crestview Firehouse 10 Grand Opening
  • Sidewalks
  • Outdoor Grill Safety
  • Mosquitoes/Zika Virus
Retired
201619 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2009
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • How to Make a Rain Barrel
  • Asian Tiger Mosquitoes
  • Big Trees
  • Child Car Safety Seats
  • Belmont Golf Course
Retired
200921 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2010
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Homeowner's Enhancement Guide
  • Crisis Intervention Team
  • Innsbrook Area Study
  • Drowning Dangers for Toddlers
  • Economic Impact of Youth Sports Tournaments
Retired
201020 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2011
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Virginia's Best School Bus Technician 2011 Winner
  • Eastern Henrico Recreation Center
  • Poison Ivy
  • High School Gym Lighting Upgrades
  • Henrico County 400th Anniversary Event Update
Retired
201119 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2012
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Public Utilities Water Line Flushing Program
  • S.A.L.T. (Seniors & Law Enforcement Together)
  • The Police Marine Unit
  • Laurel Skateboard Park
  • Bark in the Park on Sept 29
Retired
201219 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2013
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Meals Tax Vote
  • Sports Tourism Update
  • Fire Engines to EMS Calls
  • Intelligence Led Policing
  • Reporting Fraud/Internal Audit
Retired
201319 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2014
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Civil War Reenactment
  • Fire Teen Academy
  • Police TEMPO Computer System
  • Advanced Traffic Management System
  • Residential Reinvest Program
Retired
201419 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2015
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • MC-JROTC Cadet Leadership Camp
  • Blood Plasma Clinical Trial
  • Cobbs Creek Reservoir Project
  • 2015 Bike Races
  • New Voting Machines
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201519 minutes
Inside Henrico: Summer 2016
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Voter Registration for November 8 Election
  • Bond Referendum
  • New Varina Area Library
  • New Short Pump Park
  • Capital Trail Connector/Dorey Park
Retired
201617 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2010
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Reinvest: Residential Investment Tax Abatement Program
  • Curbside Recycling
  • Short Pump Town Center CDA
  • Crossing Guards
  • Winter Workouts
Retired
201018 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2011
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Snow Removal
  • Henrico's GIS
  • Cobbs Creek Reservoir
  • Henrico Advantage Card
  • Henrico County Seal & 400th Anniversary Logo
Retired
201117 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2012
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Robert E. Lee Letter at Dabbs House
  • Quick Response Codes
  • CVWMA New Recycling Campaign
  • Tool Shed Larceny
  • Fire Extinguishers
Retired
201218 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2013
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • County Manager Transition
  • Mobile Library Service
  • Bicycle Safety
  • Gayton Road Opening
  • Real Estate Update
Retired
201319 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2014
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • New Police Substation at Virginia Center
  • America's Four Star Libraries
  • Veterans' Center
  • Fire Dispatching Tiers
  • Project Lifesaver
Retired
201416 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2015
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Police Body Cameras
  • New Fire Apparatus Station 13
  • Potholes
  • Adult Fitness Classes
  • Tax Assistance for Eligible Residents
Retired
201518 minutes
Inside Henrico: Winter 2016
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This edition of Inside Henrico feature packages include:
  • Libbie Mill Library Opening
  • Henrico Historical Society Turns 40
  • Replacing Older Smoke Alarms
  • Surplus Sales
  • Mental Health First Aid
Retired
201619 minutes
Inside Innsbrook: Where the West End Started
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The development of Innsbrook Business Park in the early 80s was instrumental in shaping the west end of Henrico County. With more than 850 acres of office space, residential properties and retail, Innsbrook is still a crown jewel in Henrico's economic assets. With three lakes covering 34 acres, magnificent landscaping and pedestrian-friendly environment, it's hard to imagine it's humble beginnings that stemmed from one man with one big idea.
Retired
200824 minutes
Inside the Firehouse
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An all-access pass to Henrico's Division of Fire. Find out what it takes to become a firefighter, and experience a day in the life.
Retired
200425 minutes
Iron Horse: Stories of Central Virginia Railroading, The
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What is it about the railroad? The music, the movies, the model train sets, the allure of riding the rails . . . people just love trains! HCTV explores the mystique of the railroad, the nostalgia for the steam era and the heyday of passenger rail service. Climb aboard as we introduce you to railroad historians and enthusiasts who are preserving our railroad heritage, and visit a modern day short line railroad that pulls freight through Henrico County.
Retired
200732 minutes
Joining Forces: The Henrico Police Citizens Academy
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Have you ever wanted to see what goes on during a hostage negotiation, or wondered what a police car costs? What's the S.W.A.T. team, and what kind of equipment do they have available? HCTV follows average citizens like yourself through the Citizen's Police Academy to show you how you can be a resource for your community.
Retired
200518 minutes
Keep Henrico Beautiful
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For more than 25 years, the Keep Henrico Beautiful committee has been working to create a litter free environment in our county. Learn about the many ways you can get involved and have some fun, too!
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200613 minutes
Keeping It Green: Quality Development in Henrico County
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Green spaces and landscaping are critical to quality development in Henrico County. HCTV's Keeping It Green explores how tree preservation, new plantings, parks and open spaces add to the quality of life in Henrico.
Retired
200615 minutes
Keeping the County Rolling: Central Automotive Maintenance
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From compact cars to heavy equipment, Central Automotive Maintenance keeps them rolling. Hear stories about the mechanics and the challenges they face in maintaining and fixing everything from school buses to police motorcycles.
Retired
200418 minutes
Leading the Way: Henrico County Traffic Control
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With more than 50,000 street signs and nearly 150 traffic signals to maintain, our Traffic Engineering division is always on the move. Ride along with HCTV and meet the people who make the signs, keep the signals working and paint the pavement to ensure our roads are safe for everyone.
Retired
200621 minutes
Learning the Henrico Way: Inside the County's Internship Program
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The lessons learned by students in the classroom are important building blocks for a career after graduation, but experience gained after the school bell rings is irreplaceable. Whether in high school or college, internships prepare students for the workforce in ways a textbook can't. Join HCTV as we explore Henrico's internship program and see how our future leaders are Learning the Henrico Way.
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201418 minutes
Learning to Hear
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A little more than a decade ago, children who were born deaf were destined to live in a world of silence. Today, thanks to advanced technology, early infant screenings and Henrico's therapeutic programs, children with hearing disabilities can integrate into school and society as normally functioning, listening and speaking children. Join HCTV as we talk to the parents and professionals whose diligent work helps children born with hearing loss interpret the world of sound that surrounds them.
Retired
200915 minutes
Legacy of Dabbs House, The
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Built in the early 1800's, Dabbs House has been revered as an important landmark in Henrico County. From farmhouse to Robert E. Lee's headquarters, it's survived the Civil War and social changes to become a permanent historical fixture. Join HCTV as we examine The Legacy of Dabbs House.
Retired
200623 minutes
Living Among Us: A Closer Look at the Bugs to Beware
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There are likely more arthropods in your backyard than there are people in the entire Commonwealth of Virginia — many more, in fact! Fortunately, there are only a handful of insects, arachnids, and crustaceans that may be harmful to humans. Join HCTV for a revealing journey into the weird, wonderful, and sometimes dangerous world of bugs.
Retired
201325 minutes
Living With Autism
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The origin of Autism is a mystery waiting to be solved, and a cure may be decades away. HCTV joins the families of Philip, Troy, and Fielding as we learn about living with this communications disorder. We'll also discuss medical advancement and therapeutic treatments with today's educators and doctors.
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200628 minutes
Losing Weight, Gaining Life: The Obesity Epidemic
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Americans have always had an appetite for big things: Big cars, big houses, big business, big stars, big dreams. Lately — with Big Gulps, biggie fries and big buffets"– the culture of big has moved onto our menu. And that's big trouble. Obesity can result in a higher risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Join HCTV as we hear the stories of several people who are fighting obesity, and get some advice from the county's health director.
Retired
200719 minutes
Lost Choices: Teen Drug & Alcohol Abuse
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How does drug use affect choices in the life of a teenager? How are parents affected? In this program HCTV explores how options in life are often lost for teens and parents due to drug use, and how Henrico County can help.
Retired
200429 minutes
Magazine 17: Fall 2005
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Henrico Aid to Katrina Victims
  • Community Maintenance Program
  • Preventing Auto Larceny
  • Preventing Identity
  • Theft
  • Project Lifesaver
Retired
200528 minutes
Magazine 17: Fall 2006
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Motorcycle Police
  • Auto Theft
  • Library Bookmobile
  • Hermitage Tech Center/EMT program
  • Diabetes Control
Retired
200629 minutes
Magazine 17: Fall 2008
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Snow Removal
  • Retirement Planning
  • Automated Meter Reading
  • Gas and Energy Cost
  • Digital and High Definition Television
Retired
200816 minutes
Magazine 17: Spring 2007
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • 8th Annual 5K Run
  • The Henrico Open Golf Tournament
  • Springtime Allergies (repeat)
  • Disposal of Oil and Household Chemicals
  • Bluegrass Coffeehouse at Walkerton

  • Retired
200723 minutes
Magazine 17: Spring 2008
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Digital and High Definition Television
  • Police Internal Affairs
  • The Juggling Guy
  • SkyWarn Weather
  • Horses in Service
Retired
200822 minutes
Magazine 17: Summer 2005
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • New Touch-Screen Voting Machines
  • Recycling; Police Forensics Unit
  • Drainage in Henrico
  • Succession Management Program
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200527 minutes
Magazine 17: Summer 2006
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Bike Police
  • Community Maintenance
  • Heavy Equipment Operators
  • Flood Marker of 1771
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200621 minutes
Magazine 17: Summer 2007
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Road Construction
  • Voyage of the Godspeed
  • Fire Escape Plan
  • Cochlear Implants
  • Emergency Notification System
Retired
200722 minutes
Magazine 17: Summer 2008
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Drowning Prevention
  • Keeping Ditches and Drop Inlets Free of Debris
  • Rules of the Road
  • New Animal Shelter
  • Prickly Pear Cactus
Retired
200818 minutes
Magazine 17: Winter 2006
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Randlph Cemetery
  • Earned Income Tax Credit
  • New Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
  • Updates on Tuckahoe and Twin Hickory libraries
  • Bucky Beaver

  • Retired
200624 minutes
Magazine 17: Winter 2007
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Earned Income Tax Credit
  • Henrico's HAZMAT
  • Pottery Classes at the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
  • RIR Expansion
  • Richmond International Airport Expansion
Retired
200724 minutes
Magazine 17: Winter 2008
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This edition of Magazine 17 feature packages include
  • Zip Code Campaign
  • Chocolate
  • Colonial Dancing
  • Celtic Festival
  • Pet Adoptions
Retired
200824 minutes
Missing Pieces: Henrico Police Forensics Unit
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The lives of the Henrico Forensics Unit team are far from the glamour of Hollywood. These investigators live in the reality of forensic science and they'll do whatever it takes to solve the mysteries criminals leave behind. From 30-year-old murders to today's criminal activities, HCTV takes you on a journey inside the minds of the investigators who spend their lives searching for the Missing Pieces.
Retired
200826 minutes
More Than Skin Deep: Our Most Common Skin Cancers
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Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers in the United States. Most skin cancers are caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Just one blistering sunburn during childhood more than doubles the chances of developing melanoma, the most virulent of skin cancers, during adulthood. The survival rate is good if detected early and removed, but falls dramatically if the melanoma is ignored and continues to grow. Join HCTV as we talk with doctors and survivors of skin cancer, and learn ways to detect and prevent the disease.
Retired
201020 minutes
Mosquito Prevention PSA
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Program about preventing WNV and standing water.
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20058 minutes
Moving the Message: Henrico County Public Realtions & Media Services
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Media relations, press conferences, television productions, writing, design, photography, and more . . . the Public Relations & Media Services Department uses many avenues to communicate with Henrico residents. Watch as HCTV takes you inside . . . well, ourselves . . . to give you a true behind the scenes look at how we operate. Learn how a newspaper is produced from computer to press, how a television program evolves from concept to broadcast, and much more never before seen footage of the PR&MS staff in action.
Retired
200721 minutes
Moving Water Nature's Way: Stream Restorations in Henrico
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Across the country, suburban waterways are under pressure. Henrico County, with 400 miles of streams and 300,000 people, is no different. But new techniques learned from an old teacher — Mother Nature — are helping Henrico repair and restore its waterways naturally.
Retired
200723 minutes
Newspapers, Apples, and Politics: The Harry F. Byrd Story
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A Virginia State Senator, the Governor of Virginia, and a 32-year run as a United States Senator representing Virginia, Harry Flood Byrd made an indelible mark on Virginia history. His legacy remains and his name is bestowed on roads throughout Virginia, on the trails of the Shenandoah National Park, on the Harry F. Byrd Memorial Bridge on the Blue Ridge Parkway, on the grounds of the Virginia State Capitol, and in the hallways of Henrico's Byrd Middle School. Learn more about his life and often-controversial politics in HCTV's Newspapers, Apples and Politics: The Harry F. Byrd Story.
Retired
201527 minutes
No Limits: The Work of Supported Employment for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
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Intellectually disabled adults work in a variety of jobs throughout our community. Henrico County's supported employment program helps intellectually disabled adults become self-reliant. Join HCTV as we explore how job coaches and supervisors help clients succeed in the workplace.
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200817 minutes
No Stone Unturned: Cemetery Identification in Henrico
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Missing pieces of Henrico's history might be hiding in your own backyard. Since 2003, an effort has been underway to locate, document, and preserve the county's neglected and forgotten cemeteries. The Cemetery Identification Project is a collaborative effort between the Henrico County Division of Recreation and Parks and the Henrico Historical Society. The initiative combines fieldwork, high-tech mapping, and database organization of the gathered research. HCTV takes you inside the effort to ensure that those who are gone are not forgotten.
Retired
200916 minutes
No Way Back: Coping With Alzheimer's
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Alzheimer's disease is a devastating form of dementia that is on the rise. There is no known cure, and according to doctors, it is appearing in younger patients than in previous years. HCTV introduces you to several families who are dealing with various stages of Alzheimer's, and what support services are available to help caregivers cope.
Retired
200729 minutes
Officer's Duty: The History of Henrico Police, An
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Law enforcement in Henrico County reaches back to 1676. See how the Division of Police has evolved and developed through the decades as HCTV takes you through the history of communications, vehicles, weapons, crime and fallen officers.
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200534 minutes
On Air: Early Radio in Central Virginia
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From the bygone days of nationwide live performances to modern computer play lists, this nostalgic program will introduce you to the faces of radio that listeners in central Virginia have known for years. HCTV talks to legendary local radio announcer Harvey Hudson, sports broadcasting pioneer Frank Soden and many, many more, about early radio in central Virginia. From the days of Sinatra and Abbott and Costello, to sportscasts from telegraph wire reports, HCTV explores the fascinating world of early broadcasting.
Retired
200733 minutes
Opening Doors: Henrico County Public Library System
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The Henrico County Public Library system strives to meet the needs of each one of our nearly 307,000 residents by offering a wide variety of services, and providing access to countless materials. With 11 locations across the county, an online service that can virtually put you inside any one of the Libraries, and a bookmobile that will bring the services to your door, the Henrico County Public Library system is second only to the community it serves.
Retired
201123 minutes
Original Henrico Shire, The
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In 1611, the "city or "town" of Henrico, was established as the second settlement of Virginia. By 1634, Henrico, named for the king's eldest son Henry, Prince of Wales, would become one of the eight original shires of Virginia whose borders would incorporate an area from which 13 localities would later be established. On this 400th anniversary of Henrico County, we celebrate by embracing the diversity of our communities and the history that made us what we are today.
Retired
201124 minutes
Pandemic 1918: A Diary of the Flu
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The 1918 flu pandemic brought life to a screeching halt in Central Virginia. Schools and businesses closed, church services were canceled, and people were being quarantined by the thousands. As World War I drew to a close, more than 50 million people worldwide lost their lives to this violent strain of flu. Join HCTV as we chronicle this horrific public health episode through original diaries of a Virginia woman who lived through it.
Retired
200728 minutes
Paving Ahead
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From the heavily traveled thoroughfares, to the cul-de-sac you call home, Henrico's Public Works employees take pride in the way you ride. We'll explain why sometimes all you need is a slick coat of slurry, and other traffic patterns demand a steamy layer of asphalt. Take a ride on the roller with HCTV as we heat, mill, seal and smooth the surface of Henrico's roads, in Paving Ahead.
Retired
200813 minutes
Planet Henrico
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HCTV's Planet Henrico looks at efforts underway in our community to protect our natural resources and environment. Learn about stream restoration, green roof projects, environmental reclamation, green building methods, and hybrid vehicles. Get tips on home energy savings.
Retired
200632 minutes
Planning for Henrico's Future
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The Henrico Planning Department oversees land use regulations and zoning throughout the county. Staff can assist you with questions about new and existing development, rezoning requests, variances and more.
Retired
200523 minutes
Planting Zone: First Time Gardening, The
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Beginning gardeners learn the basic steps of choosing and planting for the first time. Local experts demonstrate how amateur gardeners can create healthy plants and gardens.
Retired
200526 minutes
Play Ball!: The Babe Ruth 14-Year Old World Series at Glen Allen Stadium
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We built it, and they came! In August 2007, Henrico County showcased its crown jewel of youth sports venues: the new Glen Allen Stadium at RF&P Park. Ten teams from around the country competed in the prestigious Babe Ruth 14 Year-Old World Series. Join HCTV as we play ball!
Retired
200729 minutes
Points to Freedom
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Discover the benefits of acupuncture for people with substance abuse problems, and learn more about this progressive drug treatment program.
Retired
200416 minutes
Promise Fulfilled: The History of Henrico County Public Schools, The
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The story of education in Henrico County spans more than four hundred years of growth and change. From the earliest one-room school houses to the classroom of tomorrow, HCTV looks at school life and the ways in which our school system is providing a top-notch education for our students. Quality education is alive and well in Henrico County Public Schools, and the promise is being fulfilled.
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200731 minutes
R.I.S.E.: Recovery in a Secure Enivronment
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HCTV goes inside Henrico's jail to see this incredible substance abuse recovery program in action. Witness how R.I.S.E. helps current and former inmates beat addiction.
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200430 minutes
Ready to Respond: Police and Fire Rescue at Richmond International Airport
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An average of 3.2 million passengers travel through the gates of Richmond International Airport (RIC) each year, and RIC's top notch Police and Fire Rescue departments are ready to respond to any call in order to make air travel as safe and effortless as possible. From flight security to post crash firefighting, these men and women are trained to turn difficult circumstances into positive outcomes. Join HCTV as we ride along with RIC's public safety personnel in Ready to Respond: Police and Fire Rescue at Richmond International Airport.
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201125 minutes
Responding to Isabel
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A behind-the-scenes look at Henrico County's Emergency Operations before, during and after the hurricane.
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200328 minutes
Road Through History, A
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A documentary of the Henrico County Public Works Department, including vintage film circa 1940 as well as modern-day operations.
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200332 minutes
Role of the Magistrate, The
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A magistrate is often the first contact a person has with the judicial system in Virginia. Many of the duties now performed by magistrates were once carried out by a Justice of the Peace. The standards and required qualifications to become a magistrate are now much more stringent than in the past, requiring a bachelor's degree and even a law degree for a chief magistrate. In this program, HCTV talks with Henrico's chief magistrate to learn more about the duties and authority of magistrates in Virginia.
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201216 minutes
Safe and Sound: Henrico's Security Services
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Henrico Security Services is a twenty-four hour a day, seven day a week operation, ensuring the safety of visitors to our county. A security officer is often the first person a visitor encounters when entering a county building. From giving directions to patrolling and monitoring all county properties day and night, Henrico security officers are well trained to provide excellent customer service. They are proficient in the use of firearms and other devices, as well as de-escalation techniques for public safety. Whenever you have the need to visit a Henrico County facility, rest assured you are safe and sound, and our Security Officers are there to help.
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201215 minutes
Safe Waters Ahead: Henrico's Marine Patrol
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The roughly 30 miles of the James River in Henrico County are home to both recreation and commerce. Join HCTV as we board the Marine Patrol boats and set out to ensure the safety of the many different boaters and visitors to county waters.
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200533 minutes
Saving Lives: The History of Henrico's Rescue Squads
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Since 1951, Henrico County has offered free emergency rescue services to our residents. What began as a strictly volunteer effort has evolved into a modernized, cohesive paramedic and advanced emergency medical support unit operated by the Division of Fire. The mission to save lives has always been the driving factor.
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200724 minutes
Securing Your Digital Self: Identity Theft
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High-tech thieves looking to steal your identity have formed today's new organized crime ring. From computer hackers to good old-fashioned pickpockets, your identity is at risk of being stolen anytime, anywhere. Learn how these criminals operate and what law enforcement agencies are doing to find and stop them. Join HCTV as we reveal useful tips on how to protect your identity in Securing Your Digital Self: Identity Theft.
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201013 minutes
Senior Living in Henrico
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Retirement is a time to enjoy life and to explore new opportunities. Henrico County offers a variety of programs to keep seniors mentally and physically active. Getting together for activities like Bowling, Tai Chi, Croquet, Line Dancing, and Water Aerobics gives seniors a chance to socialize, stay healthy, make friends, and live their lives to the fullest.
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200728 minutes
Shape Up Henrico!
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From karate and yoga to Tai Chi and dance, exercise in Henrico can be fun for all ages!
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200515 minutes
Smart Lawns
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How can Henrico homeowners keep up with daily activities and still have beautiful yards? "Smart Lawns" joins the Master Gardeners of the Virginia Cooperative Extension Office in Henrico. HCTV learns about the types of services and knowledge these master gardeners have to offer. From when to fertilize and add lime to dealing with pests.
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200422 minutes
Soaring Free: Bird Watching in Henrico
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Bird watching in Henrico can be fascinating for people of all ages. Hundreds of different species can be found in the county alone, and their beauty, quirky behavior and mysterious habits make them a wonder to behold. Soar through the county as HCTV shows you how and where to go "birding" in Henrico.
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200824 minutes
Spruce it Up! Landscape Gardening Made Easy
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Sprucing up your landscape can be as simple as knowing what you want and getting the right advice to make it happen. This do-it-yourself program will help you choose the right plants, know when, where, and how to plant them, and how to keep them healthy for many years to come. So get your green thumbs ready and Spruce It Up!
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200931 minutes
State of Mind: The History of the Glen Allen Community, A
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Where is Glen Allen? Where isn't it? Geographically, Glen Allen stretches throughout northwestern Henrico County, and parts of the community extend into Goochland and Hanover counties. While Glen Allen might be considered just another bedroom community in the suburbs of Henrico, it's rich history, rural landscape and colorful lifelong residents define the very foundation of this community. Join HCTV as we explore the people, their stories and times gone by in A State of Mind: The History of the Glen Allen Community.
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201129 minutes
Staying Safe from Crime
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HCTV talks to a reformed thief still behind bars. His story tells you how to stay safe from crime at home and around town.
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200412 minutes
Stroke: Medical Emergency--How to Survive a Brain Attack
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Strokes are the third leading cause of death among the adult population. Stroke survivors may suffer devastating injury to the brain, and expeditious emergency medical care is key to minimizing long-term damage. Learn how to recognize the warning signs of a "brain attack," and hear stories of stroke victims who cope with brain injuries in HCTV's Stroke: Medical Emergency"–How to Survive a "Brain Attack."
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201018 minutes
SWAM: Small, Women and Minority Owned Businesses
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In the course of conducting county business, Henrico regularly purchases goods and services from private vendors — from paperclips and pencils, to dump trucks and engineering services, and everything in between. Henrico makes a special effort to support small, women-owned and minority-owned businesses, known as "SWAM." In this program, learn how Henrico encourages SWAM companies to work through the county's procurement process, and how this effort results in better services for our residents while supporting small, local businesses.
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201315 minutes
Tails of Survival: Life in Veterinary Hospitals
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Step into the world of modern animal hospitals and see how veterinary medicine has evolved. Through the eyes of emergency doctors and staff, you'll see life and death decision making for pets that are loved as true family members.
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200629 minutes
Taking Care of Business: Henrico's Economic Development in Henrico County
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Local businesses are the cornerstone of Henrico County's fiscal stability, and the recent economic recession presented unique challenges for the county's Economic Development Authority (EDA). As our economy slowly recovers, the EDA continues to support Henrico businesses, as well as promote the county to businesses around the globe as a great place to relocate. Join HCTV as we explore the role of the EDA, and how they are working to maintain the quality of life our residents and businesses have come to expect in Taking Care of Business: Henrico's Economic Development Authority.
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201127 minutes
Taking Flight: Stories of Early Virginia Aviation 1864-1940
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Join us as we visit with pilots of the open-cockpit biplanes and explore aviation from 1864-1940 in this living history documentary.
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200553 minutes
Taking Flight: Stories of Modern Virginia Aviation
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Evolution of flight has taken more than a century. Throughout the years, many of the discoveries made that have shaped the industry have come from one small corner of the world. From streamlining the early warbirds of World War II, to improving the capabilities of today's supersonic stealth fighters, the story of modern aviation cannot be told without the pilots, researchers and enthusiasts right here in Virginia. Join HCTV as we lead you through aircraft innovation in Taking Flight: Stories of Modern Virginia Aviation.
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200951 minutes
Taking Out the Trash: Henrico's Solid Waste & Recycling-2004
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Trash. We all have it, but where does it go after we take it to the curb? Who picks it up and how do they do it day after day, rain or shine? Join HCTV as we ride along with the Henrico Solid Waste Division, and you'll quickly see there's far more to it than simply emptying your supercan into a big truck.
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200414 minutes
Tech Edge: Henrico's Information Technology Department, The
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Better, faster, smarter . . . technology is now such an integrated part of our lives we are always looking for ways to use it more efficiently. HCTV takes you inside Henrico's Information Technology Department to show you how they stay ahead of the technology curve and help virtually all county departments provide top-notch services to residents.
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200712 minutes
Too Smart 2 Start
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The Henrico Too Smart 2 Start Coalition promotes the health and wellness of Henrico County's young people. Join HCTV as we explore how the Too Smart 2 Start Coalition empowers the community to reduce at-risk behaviors through education and advocacy. The Too Smart 2 Start Youth Ambassadors have a direct impact in our county by demonstrating to their peers how education and awareness are the keys to a successful life.
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201219 minutes
Tough Choices: The County Manager Form of Government
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HCTV brings you the inside story of the men who have managed Henrico since 1934. Their stories tell us why the County Manager Form of Government has become the benchmark in local communities.
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200536 minutes
Turning Point: Inside Henrico's Drug Court
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HCTV takes a journey inside Henrico's Drug Court, which is reducing crime by assisting non-violent felons who have a history of substance abuse recover from their addictions. This is unscripted reality as told through past and present Drug Court participants, staff, judges, and actual courtroom drama. Turning Point tells the revealing story of addiction, recovery, and hope.
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200737 minutes
Turning the Page: The New Look of Henrico's Libraries
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HCTV takes you through the front doors of Henrico's modern libraries to show you what services are available to today's library patrons. Whether its best sellers, Internet connections, the latest educational tools, or story time for youngsters, Henrico's libraries are really making a difference in people's lives. You can reserve meeting rooms, research online databases, and borrow a book from any member library around the world.
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200725 minutes
Under the Influence: Underage Drinking in Henrico County
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Underage drinking can cause very real, very devastating tragedies that can affect anybody at anytime. HCTV talks to families who have experienced the anguish up close, and learns how Henrico Police are working to keep alcohol out of the hands of teenagers. Under the Influence delves into underage drinking and driving, and shows how the efforts of concerned residents and law enforcement officials are working.
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200729 minutes
Under the Lights: Richmond International Raceway
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From the first dirt track race in 1946 to today's unique three-quarter mile speedway, Richmond International Raceway has evolved into one of the most popular auto racing tracks in the country. HCTV talks to Jeff Gordon, Danica Patrick, Hermie Sadler, Bill France Jr. and others on why drivers and fans alike love RIR! You'll see original footage from the early 50s through the fast-paced action of today.
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200524 minutes
Understanding Spinal Cord Injuries
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The spinal cord is a delicate structure that allows the brain to communicate with the body. When that communication is interrupted by a spinal cord injury, the body is no longer able to function normally below the level of the injury. In this program, we learn about the devastating and life-altering effects of spinal cord injuries, and we meet people who have come through this trauma to lead fulfilling and successful lives.
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200933 minutes
Until the Cows Come Home: A History of Dairy Farming in Henrico County, VA
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Henrico County once supplied milk for much of the Richmond Area, and dairy farms were a way of life. The HCTV team shares stories of joys and days-gone-by in this fascinating tale of cows and family owned farms.
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200551 minutes
Voices from Mountain Road: The Historic Mountain Road Corridor
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The history of Henrico County is filled with stories of dreams, intrigue, ambition and courage — many of which happened in the historic Mountain Road corridor. See these stories come to life, and learn about the remarkable Virginians who changed the course of American history.
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200436 minutes
Wasted Youth: Teen Drug and Alcohol Abuse
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Teen alcohol and drug abuse not only affects the substance abuser, it impacts the user's family, friends and our community. For many parents, learning about their son's or daughter's struggle with drug abuse is a catastrophic revelation. HCTV searches for answers about why teens begin using, what they are using and how those drugs are affecting the teen physically, socially and mentally. Join us as we search for answers to quell the devastating problem of teen alcohol and drug abuse.
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200932 minutes
Weathering the Economic Storm: How to Prepare for and Survive a Layoff
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As unemployment rates rise, stocks fall, businesses fail and people struggle to make ends meet, there are still ways to make it through these turbulent times. Join HCTV as we highlight programs and resources available right here in Henrico County in Weathering the Economic Storm: How to Prepare for and Survive a Lay-Off.
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200928 minutes
When Disaster Strikes: Are You Prepared?
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From hurricanes and tornadoes to chemical spills and evacuations, Henrico County is prepared to manage natural and manmade disasters. Learn what plans are in place, and what you can do to prepare yourself for the initial days of an emergency situation.
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200621 minutes
When Seconds Count: Henrico's 911 Emergency Operations
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From hurricanes and tornadoes to chemical spills and evacuations, Henrico County is prepared to manage natural and manmade disasters. Learn what plans are in place, and what you can do to prepare yourself for the initial days of an emergency situation.
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201018 minutes
When the Clock Strikes Twelve: New Year's Traditions
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Remember, reflect, resolve, renew — our New Year's traditions help us do all of these things. But before you can have the tradition, you need to have the New Year. Why do we celebrate the first of January? And how did all of these traditions get started? From Auld Lang Syne and champagne toasts, to Times Square, black-eyed peas and Pasadena's Rose Bowl, learn about all things New Year in HCTV's When the Clock Strikes Twelve: New Year's Traditions.
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201329 minutes
When the Smoke Clears: Fire Scene Investigators
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Fires happen every day; some are accidents, and some aren't. HCTV rides along with Henrico's highly motivated fire investigative team as they tackle actual fire scenes to determine whether arson occurred. See the investigators sift through scores of ash and debris to find the fire's origin, and learn about the trials and tribulations of these firefighters you don't usually see — the ones investigating and arresting arsonists.
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200624 minutes
When You Need to Know: Behind the Scenes of Public Relations & Media Services
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These days we can all feel bombarded with information overload, but Henrico's Public Relations and Media Services Department strives to cut through the clutter. Our goal is simple: to inform, engage, educate — and yes, even entertain —the residents of Henrico County. Through HCTV, the county's website, social and traditional media, the PR&MS team stands at the ready to get information out to our residents quickly.
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201523 minutes
While You Sleep, Henrico Works for You
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When most of us are turning in for the night, the day is just beginning for many Henrico County employees. The job of running a major suburban county doesn't follow a nine-to-five schedule; when the sun goes down, Henrico County stays up to ensure we receive top-quality services around the clock. HCTV follows eight different night shifts as they protect, serve, save and improve life in our county.
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200625 minutes
Will of the People: The Evolution of American Voting and Elections, The
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Virginia is the birthplace of America's unique democracy, which has evolved and improved from colonial times through today. Discover the history of our democratic process in The Will of the People, a compelling look at the suffrage movements of women and minorities, as well as advancements in ballot casting technology and campaigning methods.
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200827 minutes
Working for All of Us: Hermitage Enterprises
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An in-depth look at Mental Health/Mental Retardation's Hermitage Enterprises. See real people with special challenges complete meaningful work for the local businesses who employ them.
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200419 minutes
Working on the Roads: Developing, Improving and Maintaining Henrico's Road System
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Henrico is one of only two counties in Virginia that builds and maintains its own road system. Find out how this benefits residents and why it's important to our growth as an economic leader.
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200521 minutes
Working Partnership: Canines in the County, A
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Join HCTV for a look at pets, their owners and breeders. We'll cover everything from police patrol dogs, bomb and drug detection dogs, seeing eye dogs, companion/therapy dogs, dog health and more.
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200523 minutes
Your Baby's Health: Preventing Infant Mortality
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Learn how Henrico's Health Department can help you raise a healthy, happy baby.
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200410 minutes
Your Other Mind: The Healing Power of Hypnotherapy
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The healing power of hypnotherapy can range from pain management and anxiety, to insomnia and smoking cessation. In this program, HCTV talks to several people who have used hypnotherapy to successfully control some of their medical or behavioral issues, up to and including calming the side effects of Tourette's Syndrome.
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200826 minutes
Your Weapon Against Gun Violence: Henrico Exile
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Learn about Henrico's Exile Law as you hear stories from police on the street, convicted felons and witnesses of gun violence. Citizens have a weapon of their own to stop illegal gun use: Henrico Exile.
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200521 minutes