10-month-old Milo Harris could not ask for a better life while out with his parents, Anna Simpson and Justin Harris, along Fauquier Avenue in Richmond’s Bellevue neighborhood on Jan. 18. In addition to spending time with their son, Milo’s parents were enjoying time off from work as a Richmond Montessori School teacher for her and a tennis club employee for him.
Signaling a fresh start for the new year, the Richmond Departments of Public Works and Public Utilities hosted its annual Richmond E-Cycle program at 1710 Robin Hood Road on Jan. 14. The drive-through event for Richmond residents accepted Christmas trees for recycling, along with electronics, paper, household waste items, and oil-based paints.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 4 and March 4, electronics recycler Securis also will host an e-cycling collec- tion. The drive-through event is open to all residents of Central Virginia. Fees apply for some items. Website: https://securis. com/event/e-recycling-near- richmond-va/2023-02-04/
Colorful blooms in the West End