Picture this: You’re fueling up for your Monday morning commute and a small plane makes an emergency landing in the gas station parking lot. That was a real-life scenario for some people at a gas station in Fredericksburg this morning.
A Virginia man hauled in a 3-foot northern snakehead that could be world record for the predator fish known as “Frankenfish.”
A federal judge will decide within days whether the U.S. National Slavery Museum’s largest creditor can legally challenge deed restrictions on the museum’s proposed home in Fredericksburg.
A Fredericksburg couple has claimed the second-largest jackpot ever won in Virginia.
A loophole in the City of Fredericksburg code was brought to light recently when a man was cited for walking around town naked from the waist down.
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From museums and trolley tours to distilleries and art galleries, there’s always something to do in Fredericksburg, Va., and all of it lies less than a tank of gas away. Head just an hour south to discover everything historical Fredericksburg has to offer, including an old-fashioned plantation and historic battlefield.
Germanna Community College and the University of Mary Washington have entered an agreement that allows community college students to take classes at the four-year school, and to be admitted if they earn an associate’s degree and meet grade-point average requirements.
The first lady canceled two scheduled campaign stops in Virginia following a mass shooting in Colorado.
An attorney for the national slavery museum proposed by former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder is heading to bankruptcy court in Richmond for a confirmation hearing on a plan to resurrect the debt-ridden museum.