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Stars and Stripes
Deal will save Civil War land
The Civil War Trust and the Silver Cos., a Fredericksburg developer, have agreed to save a crucial part of the Chancellorsville battlefield.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Weather: A dry intro to the weekend Friday and Saturday should remain ...
Yesterday's wild weather over southern portions of the Old Dominion was triggered by the approach and passage of another strong July cold front.
Canadian Repeats as World Champion in Self Caught Flight
Canadian Rob McLeod won the Self Caught Flight World Championship during the recent US Open Overall Flying Disc Championships in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Coming to Hampton Roads: Smartphone app service to schedule, buy lawn mowing
Want to push a button on your smartphone to get your grass cut? Now you can when the Mowz app launches in Hampton Roads on Monday.
Ex-worker at Va. boarding school charged
The Free Lance-Star reports that 44-year-old Liam Brendan Gilligan of Fredericksburg has been accused of the felony charges stemming from an incident in November 2013.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Spotsy fugitive caught in Stafford A man who eluded the Spotsylvania...
A man who eluded the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office Thursday morning was captured around 7:50 p.m. and is in custody.
Sandton, creditors reach settlement in FLS sale Sandton Capital...
Sandton purchased the Fredericksburg media company for $30.2 million in a bankruptcy auction earlier this summer.
Summer Restaurant Week, Aug. 1-10; Sandwich Invitational July 31
Yes, you want to dine out for Fredericksburg's Summer Restaurant Week, but before you get those great deals, you'll want to try the FXBG Sandwich Invitational.
Burneter W. Fisher
Burneter Ware Fisher, 85, of Fredericksburg passed peacefully into the hands of God on Monday, July 21, 2014, at Reston Hospital Center, with her loving family at her side.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Mullet Over: Man first ascended in a hot air balloon
It was 1919 when the Rawlings Sporting Goods Company first marketed baseball gloves with webbing.
Marstel-Day lands $30M in contracts Fredericksburg-based...
MarstelDay, the Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm, has won two major government contracts with the Navy and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Road-rage charge placed against man City police spokeswoman Natatia...
A Unionville man was arrested Tuesday evening after being accused of displaying a handgun during a road-rage incident in Fredericksburg, police said.
Effort to Add 1,000 Spaces to Commuter Lot Nears Completion
Work on an expanded commuter parking lot in North Stafford, next to the popular Stafford Marketplace shopping center, is nearly complete.
Police say what this man did during womana s job interview was criminal
A man was arrested for taking video or pictures of a 21-year-old woman undressing during a job interview.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Richmond furrier planning local store A seventh-generation business...
Alan Furs expects to open Alan Furs & Bash Boutique on Sept. 1 at 804 Caroline St., with a grand opening in October.
Trespassers Arrested at County Quarry
Fourteen people were arrested on Sunday for swimming in a quarry off Damon Road clearly marked 'no trespassing.'
Sun Jul 20, 2014
SPCA welcomes first full-time vet A new full-time veterinarian will...
One year after opening an in-house clinic, the Fredericksburg Regional SPCA is expanding to full-time service, Executive Director Debra Joseph said.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Event planners, please consider wheelchairs
I wish to thank the city of Fredericksburg for the July Fourth events, specifically the craft fair downtown.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Mother left to raise three sets of twins alone after her husband, 45, dies suddenly
The innocent victims of Flight MH17: EIGHTY children among passengers who perished on plane blown out of Ukrainian sky - including UN worker and 100 AIDS activists en route to conference Is this the smoking gun? Footage emerges of missile launcher being moved into place in Russian separatist stronghold just two hours before MH17 was shot out of the ... (more)