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Located fifty miles from Washington D.C. most Fredericksburg residents commute to work wither in D.C., Richmond, Fairfax, or Arlington. Located on the Rappahannock River Fredericksburg came to life as the frontier shifter farther west in Virginia. George Washington's family moved to the area in 1738 as did eventual President James Monroe. The area became an independent city in 1879. Remains of Ferry Farm, the Washington's residence and the President's boyhood home were found in 2008.
Local Newspapers: The Free-Lance Star
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Local Colleges: The University of Mary Washington
Zip Codes associated with fredericksburg, virginia:
22401 22407 22408
Towns/Cities near fredericksburg, virginia : Falmouth Stafford Four Mile Fork Berea Grafton
Prescription cough syrup in high demand as 'respiratory crud' is widespread
Dr. Steven Mussey is only halfway joking when he calls the limited supplies of prescription cough syrup "a crisis of epic proportions." For almost a week, some local pharmacies have had trouble filling prescriptions for cough suppressant containing codeine, said Mussey, who practices internal medicine in Spotsylvania County.Fredericksburg City Council votes to change Canal Street traffic pattern
Drivers on Princess Anne Street will have one less thing to worry about when the traffic light at the intersection with Canal Street is decommissioned this year. Fredericksburg's City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to change the traffic pattern in the 200 block of Canal from two-way to one-way traffic eastbound to Caroline Street.Ralph Northam, Democratic candidate for governor, holds meet-and-greet at J. Brian's Taproom
Virginia Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam attends a campaign event at J. Brian's Tap House in Fredericksburg, VA on Feb. 28, 2017.Shelton's Shoe Repair closed
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Severe weather is on the horizon for Wednesday
This is a brief Tuesday update regarding tomorrow's potential for severe weather. Forecast models are still indicating a line of strong to severe storms associated with a cold front coming across Virginia.Daily Crime Report, 02/27/17
Action Window Tinting, 1117 Lafayette Boulevard, 2/24, 10:30 p.m. Patrol officers responded to the business for an alarm call and found the front door wide open. Upon entering the business, officers discovered a man and identified him as Matthew Cox, 21, of Woodstock, Virginia.Man gets 8 years for parking lot shooting in Fredericksburg
A man who repeatedly shot another man last year as part of a dispute that didn't directly involve him at the start was ordered Monday to serve eight years in prison. Delonte Rashad Eura, 29, of Stafford County was sentenced in Fredericksburg Circuit Court to a total of 18 years with 10 years suspended.Trump budget could benefit Fredericksburg region, officials say
President Donald Trump's proposal to significantly increase defense-related spending is welcome news to some government contractors in the Fredericksburg region, home to three military bases. But Stephen Fuller, a senior adviser for George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis, said almost all of Trump's proposals should come with the caveat: "Until we know more."Former Mexican restaurant to make way for medical office
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Women have been at the University in some form since the early 1900s, but were not officially admitted as undergraduates until 1970. Although the University's first female president Teresa Sullivan's term is quickly coming to an end, less than 50 years ago, women were not integrated members of the University community.WWII Navy officer who helped rescue Kennedy dies at age 97
The WWII Navy officer who guided his warship into Japanese territory to rescue future President John F. Kennedy and his crew has died at age 97, his daughter said Sunday. Liebenow was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and was a new college graduate when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941.Churches offer Lenten prayer meditation, luncheon programs
Fredericksburg Baptist Church , 1019 Princess Anne St., will host the Chamber Chorale of Fredericksburg, performing "How Can We Keep From Singing?" Missionaries Michael and Joanne Hope will speak about the mission field in Russian Federation and Ukraine. A fellowship dinner will be served after Sunday morning services.STEM16 Summit at Massaponax High School
The Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce sponsored the 6th annual STEM16 Summit at Massaponax High School in Spotsylvania, VA on Feb. 25, 2017. Emma Souza, 10, of Fredericksburg, holds a Madagascar hissing cockroach at the University of Mary Washington biology table at the 6th annual STEM16 Summit at Massaponax High School in Spotsylvania, VA on Feb. 25, 2017.Patrick Neustatter: Defibrillators are saving lives
Chris Johns, the religious education director of the Unitarian Fellowship in Fredericksburg, complains that she's having a little trouble multitasking. This is a problem for her, as she is a "busy-bee" kind of person.Doing well 54 years after childhood open heart surgery
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