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Mother received the most wonderful care
Mom died a few days ago. If there is such a thing as a good death, then I suppose she had one; her family was with her at the end and she seemed at peace.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Poll says Virginians optimistic on economy Virginians are more...
Virginians are more optimistic about their local economies than the nation as a whole, according to a new Roanoke College Poll.
Cleanest Restaurants in Fredericksburg
Rappahannock Area Health District officials recently inspected food preparation and storage in Fredericksburg.
Stars and Stripes
When War of 1812 arrived in Stafford
But the war's 300 military engagements in Virginia-which happened two centuries ago right now-are also significant, local historians say.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Shirley Ann Cohoon-Eaton, 79, of Fredericksburg peacefully passed away in her home on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, early in the morning.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Park Service to clear view from Chatham Coming weeks will bring some...
Starting Monday, the National Park Service will begin clearing heavy vegetation that obscures people's view of Chatham Manor on the bluff above the river.
Crocker Sweeps James River
He only caught two keepers on day three, but Michael Crocker swept the James River event.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Jeep driver cleared in hit-and-run investigation Fredericksburg...
Fredericksburg police have determined that a man's claim that a Jeep driver ran into him Monday afternoon is unfounded.
Charles A. Mundie Jr.
Survivors include his wife of 46 years, M. Janey Mundie; two sons, Marty Mundie and wife Donna of Dumfries and Chad Mundie and wife Tiffani of Louisa County; four grandchildren, C.J. Mundie, Justin Mundie, Hailey Mundie and Cameron Mundie.
No protection for Islam? How about Baptists?
I write to support the letter about eliminating the constitutional protection of Islam.
Virginia man sentenced in tax fraud case
A Stafford County man has been sentenced to three years and one month in prison for a $600,000 tax fraud scheme.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Cybercast News Service
College Newspaper Changes Name, Says 'The Bullet' 'Propagated Violence'
Located in Fredericksburg, Virginia -- a place where the Civil War once raged -- Mary Washington University's student newspaper has been known as The Bullet since 1922.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Honest Abe's visit to area recalled On Tuesday, a sign was unveiled...
Stafford County's 350th anniversary will only last a year, but the county wants the celebration of Stafford's history to leave a lasting mark.
Program looks at foods and healthy skin Crystal Wellman, the skin...
Crystal Wellman, the skin care expert behind Ladyburg in downtown Fredericksburg, is teaming up with the local nonprofit Doctor Yum Project to educate teenagers and adults about what foods create healthy skin.
A different location better for baseball
Some time ago I posted a comment to the "Baseball in the 'Burg" Facebook page about the vacant area bordered by Hood Road, U.S. 1 and I-95 as a premier spot for a baseball venue.
Increasing awareness of mental health resources
We are saddened by the tragic and untimely death of Robin Williams. Unfortunately, every day more than 100 Americans die as a result of suicide as people facing mental health challenges struggle in silence rather than seeking treatment that is proved effective.
Alicia H. Thomas
Alicia Hutchison Thomas, 44, of Fairfax passed away Friday, Aug. 15, 2014, at Virginia Hospital Center.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
R-Board expected to toss alternative trash ideas The search for...
The search for alternative ways of disposing of trash at the regional landfill will likely be cut short before the effort ever truly started again.
Police seek man in string of pharmacy heists Police say the man who...
Police say the man who robbed a Fredericksburg CVS last week is a suspect in the robberies of CVS pharmacies in at least two other localities during the past month.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Shelter honors late mother, baby Sarah Harkins, a dedicated Mary's...
Eric Harkins admired the arched doorway, ornate crown molding and built-in bookshelves as he toured the latest Fredericksburg home that will shelter homeless pregnant women and their children.