America’s oldest agricultural fair will return to Fredericksburg July 28 through August 6.
The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation has agreed to generously support efforts to enhance the Mary Washington Monument property in Fredericksburg.
A new historic highway marker honoring John Washington was unveiled Wednesday in front of the building where he used to live in downtown Fredericksburg.
The roughly 6,500-square-foot facility is part of the Amelia House building along Amelia Street between Washington Avenue and Douglas Street.
The parcel is at 309 Lansdowne Road next to the Fredericksburg Agricultural Fairgrounds.
A 12-acre property near downtown Fredericksburg that formerly served as the area’s main hospital and parking for it is for sale.
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday unanimously adopted a strategic plan that will guide the City’s economic development efforts for the next five years.
Sprelly, a small business in downtown Fredericksburg, is devoted to crafting delicious, homemade peanut butter and other items.
This week’s Diverse City feature is Women Inspiring Women Leaders – American Business Women’s Association.
Checking out the decorated windows of Fredericksburg is the perfect way to enjoy the Holiday Season.
This week’s FXBG Diverse City feature is JSV LLC.
This week’s Diverse City is FXBG Technology.