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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.

Population: 19279
Local Newspapers: The Free-Lance Star
Local Sports Teams:
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

Fredericksburg News
Billy Graham's crusades touched the lives of Fredericksburg area clergy

Ruth Graham says a few words May 14, 1956, at the Billy Graham Crusade being held at the City Stadium in Richmond. Her husband, in introducing her, warned she might preach a sermon-'she can at home!' Wearing a Mother's Day gift of red carnations from her husband, Mrs. Graham was attired in a navy blue woven striped dress with large white collar.

Fredericksburg Crime Report, 02/21/18

No suspects or witnesses at this time. 1200 block Jefferson Davis Highway, 2/20, 12:30 a.m. A City resident reported that an unknown person stole her computer and GPS system from her unsecured vehicle.

Spotsylvania's debate over fluoridated water may not be dead after all

At least one Spotsylvania County leader wants to keep the debate over fluoridated water alive, even though the Board of Supervisors voted to continue the longstanding practice earlier this month. In a recent email to county officials, Board of Supervisors Chairman Greg Benton said he's still interested in surveying residents about fluoridated water and putting what he described as an "informational statement and/or warning" on water bills.

Readers share their gripes, from bad word choices to inconsiderate drivers and road problems

Before we leave February in the rearview, it's the time of the year when I hand over the reins of this column to you-for better or worse. That's right, it's time to share readers' "Gripes and Grins."

Dating app hookup leads to theft in Fredericksburg

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Police: DNA hit links second suspect in 2015 Central Park robbery

A DNA hit has identified a second suspect in a 2015 Central Park robbery in which the thieves made off with some cash, a backpack, food stamps and $6 worth of chips, sodas and candy. Andrew Vojan Burrous, a 28-year-old Dumfries resident with a previous carjacking and robbery conviction in Prince William County, was convicted of the Fredericksburg robbery in August 2016.

Absences spike amid threats at Fredericksburg-area middle schools

School resource deputy Jena Wojciechowski checks for incoming traffic while directing buses off campus during dismissal at T. Benton Gayle Middle School in Stafford County on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. In the Fredericksburg area, someone posted a picture of a handgun on social media sites with a threat to cause harm at two schools - T. Benton Gayle Middle in Stafford County and Thornburg Middle in Spotsylvania County.

Stickers from white supremacist group appear on UMW campus

Stickers from a white supremacist group called Patriot Front appeared at several sites on UMW's Fredericksburg campus over the weekend, campus police reported Sunday evening. The stickers included the words "America First" and the name of the organization, which according to the Anti-Defamation League was founded last year in Texas as "a white supremacist group whose members maintain that their ancestors conquered America and bequeathed it solely to them."

Two Fredericksburg area schools among at least 10 Virginia schools...

A Hanover County Sheriff's Office vehicle was parked in front of Hanover High School on Monday. A threatening social media post preceded the school administration's decision to postpone a rally and increase police presence at the school.

Snead's work of historical fiction describes farm life in the 1960s

In 1958, Emmett Snead Jr. and his son, Emmett, then 6, deliver milk for processing to the Farmers Creamery in Fredericksburg. Emmett Snead writes about growing up on Braehead Farm in the 1960s; these photos are from a decade later and show youngsters from the Hamrick Community Project visiting the farm in April 1972.

Fredericksburg's Gaye Adegbalola is one of eight women to be honored...

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Fredericksburg dedicating building honoring African - "American doctors

Fredericksburg will celebrate the contributions of two African-American physicians at a rededication of the Bass-Ellison Building at 3 p.m. Wednesday. The building, located at 608 Jackson St., houses the Health and Social Services departments.

Sunshine Sunday will give way to more clouds and showers Monday

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Proposals seek to spur growth in Va. distillery industry

Virginia distillers a may soon be toasting the General Assembly after the Senate passed a bill to let a liquor manufacturers keep more of the money from selling their spirits in tasting rooms. Currently, distilleries must sell their bottles to Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority, then buy them back at full retail price before pouring samples inside their tasting rooms.

Fifth-grade teacher in Stafford is this year's Iditarod Teacher on the Trail

Students at Stafford's Ferry Farm Elementary held a surprise parade for fifth-grade teacher Heidi Sloan, who will be the 2018 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail.

Faith Community Notes

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Spotsylvania Arrest Blotter, February 09, 2018 - " February 16, 2018

On 02/10/2018, Deputy Fleming arrested Edward Allen Jackson of Spotsylvania for domestic assault in the area of Brittany Commons Subdivision. On 02/13/2018, Deputy Schulz arrested Sir Avington II of Fredericksburg for domestic assault and batter in the area of Old Plank and Plank Rd. On 02/13/2018, Deputy Puakea arrested Portia Harrell of Spotsylvania for domestic assault and battery in the 10300 block of Edinburgh Drive.

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