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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
20 years in the making, Arkendale project on track to speed up train service
Nine miles of new track and improvements to Quantico's rail station is underway and are hoped to help alleviate some of the congestion on the busy Interstate 95 corridor between Stafford and Washington, D.C. The Arkendale to Powell's Creek 'third track project' on the Potomac River is a $115 million-dollar investment of federal and state funds to benefit intercity passenger rail service in the I-95 Corridor. Part of a larger initiative, The Atlantic Gateway, the Arkendale project includes construction of a third track between Richmond and Washington.Prince William School Board Chairman calls for renaming Stonewall...
Ryan Sawyers, the county's At-large School Board Chairman, a Democrat who is now seeking a seat in Congress, issued a rallying cry to supporters calling for the name changes after this past weekend's violent white nationalist protests in Charlottesville where three people died. "When we name a school after someone we honor and celebrate that person.SOLs expose gaps in Northern Va. student success
Northern Virginia school systems face significant achievement gaps that can be tied to students' economic background among other issues, detailed results of this year's Standards of Learning tests show. Whether tied to income, test format, school quality or other causes , in every Northern Virginia school system, white students passed at higher rates than the systemwide average.Museums are much more than just art
Of course, we all know about the world-class Smithsonian museums in Washington, D.C., and the countless historical sites and battlefields all around us. But maybe you didn't know that Danville, for example, is home to one of the most extensive-and expensive-collections of tanks and heavy artillery in the world, covering an area larger than five football fields.Area agencies to host town hall series addressing opioid epidemic
The region's prevention coalition and area jurisdictions are coming together to host a series of town hall meetings addressing the opioid epidemic. The Community Collaborative for Youth and Family and the member localities of Planning District 16-Fredericksburg and Stafford, Spotsylvania, Caroline and King George counties-are presenting these events to educate the public about what prescription drug and heroin addiction looks like and what family members and the community can do to help combat the disease.2017 SOLs: Best and worst Northern Va. school systems new
The small Falls Church City school system had the highest pass rate in Virginia for three of the five broad categories in this year's Standards of Learning tests. Falls Church led pass rates in reading, writing, and history and social science statewide.Neighborhood watch call leads to arrest of armed break-in suspect
A Neighborhood Watch call by a Caroline County resident helped deputies locate and arrest a man wanted in several home break-ins. Deputies said the incident happened on Friday, August 11 when the caller spotted suspicious activity near a home in the Lake Land'Or sub-division.Arrests made in bar shooting incident
Each man is charged with a felony of being an accessory after the fact, according to Fredericksburg Police Department spokeswoman Sarah Kirkpatrick. The suspects are Michael Anthony Harris Sanson, 24, and Matthew Daniel Taylor, 22, both of of Spotsylvania County, and Maxwell Jacob Behrmann, 22, of Fredericksburg.Spotsylvania deeds, July 2017
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For a little over a year, Jackie Diette didn't eat gluten. In fact, the 30-year-old fashion director in New York City ate little more than vegetables, meats and healthy fats.Fredericksburg-area protesters: 'There is more love than hate in this state'
Answer: Each sucks blood from its victims, and to kill each you have to drive a stake through its heart. The recent op-ed piece recommending that Fredericksburg provide a baseball stadium shows that, two years ago, a stake was never actually driven through the heart of a regional baseball stadium.PHOTOS: Charlie Daniels Performs at Celebrate Virginia After Hours
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