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About: fredericksburg, virginia

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
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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

Fredericksburg News
EDITORIAL: No permanent fix for split precincts

SPLIT precincts, which plunged the 28th House of Delegates race into chaos last November, won't be an issue during the June 12 primary or Nov. 6 congressional elections this year. That's because the U.S. Senate race is statewide and the city lies entirely within the 1st Congressional District, so Fredericksburg voters will all receive the same ballots.

Years of historical and archaeological research help staffers accurately furnish Ferry Farm

Judy Jobrack, an archaeology lab assistant at Ferry Farm, wants visitors to be able to handle items and see how the Washingtons lived, so the house is filled with reproductions rather than authentic artifacts. Judy Jobrack, an archaeology lab assistant, stands in Ferry Farm's great room.

College Notes

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Wegmans awards scholarships to 16 employees at its Fredericksburg store

They are: Sarah Adams, Ryan Burke, Bri Burrows, Allie Faragone, Maricel Fister, Nathan Handy, Ally Kuster, Sam Lang, Allison Larme, Silder Lopez, Tristan Lorei, Celestia Lorei, Tucker Newman, Josh Olbert, Paul Rossi and Haley Turner. The local scholarship winners are among 1,675 new recipients of the Wegmans Employee Scholarship Program.

10 things to do: Weekend of May 19-20, 2018

It's getting busy in the 'Burg as we head into late spring. This weekend, locals can choose to cheer on Derby and Historic Half racers, honor service members, celebrate at various festivals, hang with superheroes and more.

Heavy rains flood roads in Fredericksburg area

A motorist heads back up Harrell Road as high waters blocked through traffic in Stafford County on Friday, May 18, 2018. A motorist heads back up Harrell Road as high waters blocked through traffic in Stafford County on Friday, May 18, 2018.

Private screening at Paragon features movie made by Stafford County middle school students

Philip Snow speaks to the audience before a screening of the feature film 'Brinking News' at Paragon. The movie was written, produced, directed and filmed by middle school students.

SPCA and its army of volunteers help homeless pets find forever homes

Fredericksburg Area SPCA veterinary technician Emily Heming talks to Cookie before giving the feline medicine at the Spotsylvania County facility on a recent Friday. Fredericksburg Area SPCA volunteer coordinator Allie Names spends time with some of the animals up for adoption on a recent Friday at the Spotsylvania County facility.

Symbols with Neo-Nazi ties displayed outside store in Fredericksburg, VA

Inside and outside of McLeather LLC on Princess Anne Street, you'll find images such as the Black Sun, Life Rune and three interlocking triangles known as the Valknut. It has also flown a Confederate battle flag.

Custom built 12-acre riverfront estate at Berry Plains in King George can be yours

The family room is a great place to gather and watch movies on the big screen. There's a wet bar in the corner to the right.

Fredericksburg's rainy weather to continue, cause Rappahannock River to flood

Colonial Forge senior Keshanna Johnson and graduates Randy Arnold and Bryan Phillips struggle with an umbrella at a boys Commonwealth District doubleheader at Mountain View on Thursday. Predicted storms stayed away.

Fredericksburg Farmers Market delivers its wares with a big helping of community spirit

In this era of ultra-convenience, of grocery stores that remove human interaction from the checkout line, of apps that can make food appear at your doorstep with a few swipes of a screen, the true value of the community-based market shines. The Fredericksburg Farmers Market is a particularly good example of this, which might be why readers voted it "Best Community Event" in the 2018 Readers' Choice Awards.

Fredericksburg Crime Report, 05/17/18

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Art, music and ballet come together in 'Collaborations!' show at UMW Dodd Auditorium

Members of Avery Ballet school prepare for an upcoming performance at University of Mary Washington's Dodd Auditorium on Tuesday. From left: composer/choreographer Dawn Brighton, Catherine Ayers, Abby Nucci, Laura Scarbeck and Mary O'Sullivan.

Fred Ex project will be a huge boon to region

For many years, I have been involved with the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce through its Regional Transportation Action Committee in advocating for a strong transportation network in the Fredericksburg region. Recently, INRIX, a traffic data company, rated the portion of Interstate 95 going through Fredericksburg as the "worst traffic hot spot" in the United States.

Artlist: May 17-24

GO FIGURE: Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts is presenting "A Fine Line" in the Frederick gallery tis month. Juror Reni Gower awarded first place to Jennifer Galvin of Fredericksburg for "Houses Walk the River Line," second place to King George artist Nancy Wing for "Anihinga Trail" and third place to " Exposed" by Tarver Harris of Stafford .

Movies opening this week in Fredericksburg area theaters

Four lifelong friends have their lives forever changed after reading "50 Shades of Grey" in their monthly book club, with new romance arriving for each. With Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Andy Garcia, Craig T. Nelson, Don Johnson, Richard Dreyfuss.

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