Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday approved two important pieces to advance the new Visitor Center project.
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Mary Washington (18-1-2) will host a four-team sectional and play Washington College in the tournament third round.
The City of Fredericksburg’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Events was recognized in five areas of excellence at a statewide awards ceremony last week. Over 400 delegates, exhibitors, speakers, and volunteers from around the state gathered at the 70th-annual Conference of the Virginia Recreation and Park Society in Williamsburg.
Dr. Gaila Sims, Curator of African American History and Special Projects at the Fredericksburg Area Museum (FAM), has presented a proposed plan to City Council for the former site of the Auction Block at the corner of William and Charles streets.
Local residents Kevin Hughes and Anita Crossfield have been added to the Fredericksburg Economic Development Authority (EDA) board.
A new historic highway marker honoring John Washington was unveiled Wednesday in front of the building where he used to live in downtown Fredericksburg.
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday unanimously adopted a strategic plan that will guide the City’s economic development efforts for the next five years.
A refreshed Fredericksburg Economic Development website to promote the many things that make Fredericksburg a great place to do business was rolled out this week.
We regret to announce the recent death of our longtime colleague and friend, Lura Belle Nichols Hill.
Washington Heritage Museums (WHM) is the new owner of the historic Mary Washington Monument and Lodge property in Fredericksburg.
The downtown Fredericksburg property that currently houses the City’s Visitor Center and the adjacent parking lot is for sale.
Several Fredericksburg-area financial advisors will be on Wall Street next week to help ring the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange.