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Dirk and Naomi Avery with their children in December 2013. The family members are, from left, Naomi, Tristan, Brody, Gwendolyn holding baby Eleanor, Isaac and Dirk Avery.
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Just a quick update to yesterday's post . The cold front that is pumping the moist air northward ahead of it is now located over Kentucky and Tennessee.
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Dishes from two downtown Fredericksburg restaurants have advanced to the quarterfinals in the "Virginia is for Lovers Culinary Madness" contest.
A high-speed pursuit involving a stolen motorcycle that started in King George County late Sunday ended just into Fredericksburg when the driver struck a median, sending him, the bike and a passenger airborne.
Caroline County narcotics detectives seized more than $13,000 worth of suspected synthetic marijuana, commonly known as spice, at two convenience stores.
After police say she drove her van into her husband as he was walking down the street, a Fredericksburg woman faces an attempted first-degree murder charge.
Have you ever wanted to give back to the men and women who put their lives on the line? Here's your chance to help support them but not in the typical fashion.
The beautiful life of Lucille Francis Nelson-Hill, loving daughter of the late Carrie Payne and Thomas J. Payne, ended at Mary Washington Hospital on Saturday, April 5, 2014.
Lauretta Mae Coyle-Haberly Kimble, 99, of Dogwood Village in Orange County, born Jan. 23, 1915, went home to the Lord on Wednesday, March 19, 2014.
The Stafford County Board of Supervisors holds public hearings Tuesday for the proposed real estate tax rate and creation of a countywide stormwater district.
Fredericksburg first-grader Josh Hardy got to spend a night outside St. Jude Children's Hospital this week to see his favorite basketball team, the Miami Heat, take on the Memphis Grizzlies.
A screening of the film "Murph the Protector" will take place in the Kaneland High School auditorium on Friday, April 25, at 7 p.m. to help raise funds for a June service trip to famous World War I and II sites.
Salary increases, to the tune of 3%, are a priority outlined in the Stafford County Public Schools proposed $273.8 million budget for fiscal year 2015, which takes effect July 1. To get there, the School Board is asking the Board of Supervisors for an additional $19.6 million to cover the costs of the raises, as well as other "unavoidable" ... (more)
Thirty-two years ago, members of the board of the Women's Forum trimmed the crusts off the white-bread tuna and chicken sandwiches to "make them nice" for the attendees of the first Women's Forum.