Hanover Access News
Santa Runs

Santa on fire trucks and at Black Creek

Santa Claus continues to ride atop a fire truck visiting neighborhoods over the next several days. For the list go to https://www.hanoverheroes.com/. Here’s a video. Santa also will be at the Black Creek Fire Station tomorrow from 8-11 a.m. The breakfast menu will include pancakes, sausage and scrambled eggs along with apples and your choice of milk, juice or coffee.

Warming tree

Donate small clothing items at Administration Building

In the lobby of the County Administration Building at Hanover Courthouse is a warming tree decorated not with the traditional trimmings but with mittens, gloves, hats, socks and gloves. More here. These clothing items will be donated to Hanover County residents in need. If you’d like to help, you can drop off your donations through December 28. Come help decorate the treem!

Board of Supervisors approves sale of park land

The Board of Supervisors agreed on Wednesday night to sell 50 acres of land that had been designated for the Elton J. Wade Sr. Park at Cold Harbor to the American Battlefield Trust. The purchase price was $1 million. The property is close to the Cold Harbor battlefield. The Board also approved a request to rezone about 9 acres on the east side of Lakeridge Parkway for the development of a 1.1-acre office building site and a 7.9-acre townhouse community, and approved a request to amend the Comprehensive Plan to add a text section on Active Living that promotes planning for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure within the Suburban Service Area. The Board’s meeting can be watched here.

How to help make the holidays bright for others

Would you like to help make the holidays brighter for others? The Department of Community Resources has a list giving some ideas. Individuals, businesses and community groups seeking ideas or contact information for agencies that are recruiting community support for clients in need during the holiday season are invited to download the 2018 “Making Holidays Bright” holiday ‘wish list.’

Hanover Review Winter 2018

Image on the right, wrapped

Kings Dominion’s new holiday attraction, “Winterfest”, is on the cover of the Winter issue of “The Hanover Review”, which should be in your mailboxes today. “Winterfest” continues through the end of December. Also on the cover is Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Kothe, who won a Valor Award from the Retail Merchants Association last month. Parks and Recreation programs and activities are also listed in "The Hanover Review" along with school news. The new issue can be read here.

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