The Fredericksburg Memorials Advisory Commission is seeking nominations to the City Wall of Honor for 2024.
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A community celebration of a Fredericksburg man’s recent victory on Season 24 of “The Voice” has been moved to Saturday, March 30 at the Virginia Credit Union Stadium (home of the FredNats).
The City of Fredericksburg Clean and Green Commission is announcing the kick-off for the 2024 Sustainability Award. The Commission will be accepting applications until March 31.
The new restrooms at Fredericksburg’s Riverfront Park are now open.
The City of Fredericksburg and the University of Mary Washington on Thursday, Feb. 8, announced that the Fredericksburg Civil Rights Trail has been added to the national collection of landmarks that make up the U.S. Civil Rights Trail.
The Fredericksburg Area Museum (FAM) is proud to be celebrating Black History Month with the community by hosting Wayside Panel Trolley Tours in partnership with the City of Fredericksburg.
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday honored and thanked the people responsible for bringing this year’s enhanced holiday lighting display to Hurkamp Park.
A community celebration of a Fredericksburg man’s recent victory on Season 24 of “The Voice” will be held Sunday, Jan. 21 at the Virginia Credit Union Stadium.
The Fredericksburg Hockey League, Washington Capitals and City of Fredericksburg have partnered on a new inline hockey league in Central and Northern Virginia.
The City of Fredericksburg (22401) is a regional destination for arts and cultural venues, performances, education and activities. Increasing the awareness and support for the vibrant arts and cultural community is an important initiative of the City which impacts public and private investment.
Fredericksburg’s new mayor and two new City Council members were officially sworn into office Tuesday.
With a federal grant of $1.2 million, the City’s planned improvements to Riverfront Park are continuing to move forward. The public restrooms were plumbed during original buildout, and are now in the early phases of final construction.