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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
Teen burglar gets 10 years in Fredericksburg

A young man whose crime spree in Fredericksburg last year included breaking into the homes of a doctor and an FBI agent was ordered Tuesday to serve 10 years in prison. Jonathon Angelo Gau, 19, was sentenced by Judge Sarah Deneke to a total of 40 years in prison, with all but 10 years suspended.

John J. Wright school display revisits desegregation in Fredericksburg area

The displays in the former John J. Wright School room hearken to a time that many might want to forget. But its purpose is to recall what society was like not so long ago and what it took to create change.

Rowe, Houston named to Fredericksburg's Wall of Honor

Longtime Fredericksburg residents Anne Rowe and Lemuel "Lem" Houston devoted time and energy to making their city a better place. Last week, City Council approved the Memorials Advisory Commission recommendations to add their names to the city's Wall of Honor.

Fredericksburg Crime Report, 07/16/18

Discount Mini Storage, 302 Central Road, 7/14, 11:45 p.m. A citizen reported that an unknown person forced entry into a storage unit and stole a wheelchair lift, weaving loom, and clothes. No suspects or witnesses at this time.

61 years after saying 'I do' at the desk of an alderman, bride gets the church wedding of her dreams

Gail and Ronald Winkler of Stafford share their 'first' dance after renewing their vows 61 years to the day of their first wedding.

A couple of very uncomfortable days will begin the week in Fredericksburg

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Armchair 'Ventures: Running the Colorado River

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EDITORIAL: Riverfront Park plans need downsizing

THE beautiful Rappahannock River is the natural crown jewel of Fredericksburg, so it only makes sense that the city would want to convert the three acres of riverfront land it owns on Sophia Street, now basically a vacant lot with parking, into a place where residents and tourists alike can stop to enjoy the view. However, like many designed-by-committee projects, the Riverfront Task Force has come up with a too-busy design that, by trying to be all things to all people, has become a hodge-podge of materials and concepts that draw attention away from the river, which is supposed to be the main focus of the $5 million project.

Fredericksburg City Council could file suit against opioid manufacturers

Fredericksburg is eyeing possible legal action against prescription opioid manufacturers, marketers and distributors as well as pharmacies that sell their drugs. City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday to retain the Kaufman & Canoles litigation team to discover how much it's costing the city to respond to the opioid addiction crisis.

Police identify victim in quadruple shooting in Scott's Addition

For several hours Friday, police blocked off an area in Scott's Addition where an early morning shooting left one person dead and three injured. Forensic detectives worked to gather evidence at the scene.

Virginia teen suffers third-degree burns after touching toxic plant

Virginia teenager suffers blistering third-degree burns on his face and body after touching a toxic plant while weeding the garden for cash Childress has launched a GoFundMe because he fears the five-month recovery period may disqualify him from his Army reserves scholarship to Virginia Tech A 17-year-old boy erupted in blistering third-degree burns all over his face and arm after touching a toxic plant. Alex Childress, who is gardening for his summer job in Fredericksburg, Virginia, saw a weed on Tuesday that looked like it should be pulled out.

Photos: Granger Smith plays Celebrate Virginia After Hours

Country music singer and songwriter Granger Smith performs in Fredericksburg, Va. on July 13, 2018 during the Celebrate Virginia After Hours concert series.

Friday features average July weather while the weekend will be hotter and stickier

Last weekend's weather was anomalously cool for this time of year. That won't be the case for this weekend, however.

Friends of the Rappahannock offers two chances to get on the water

The event is hosted by Friends of the Rappahannock and allows paddlers to experience the magic of nightfall on the river as they float from Old Mill Park to City Dock in Fredericksburg. Thunder Moon is the Rappahannock Indian name for the July full moon, because it's the time of year when thunderstorms occur most frequently.

Giant hogweed sends Virginia teen to hospital with third-degree burns Source: Cox Media Group

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - A teen has suffered second- and third-degree burns after encountering a giant hogweed Tuesday while working at his summer job in the Fredericksburg area of Virginia.

After run-in with giant hogweed plant, 17-year-old spends 2 nights in hospital's burn unit

Alex Childress suffered second- and third-degree burns when he unknowingly chopped down a giant hogweed plant. Afterward, he thought he had suffered a bad sunburn.

'La Marseillaise' will ring out in Market Square for Bastille Day party

The Fredericksburg Sister City Association is celebrating Bastille Day, a French national holiday, with a lively celebration featuring food and music Saturday in Market Square. The Fredericksburg Sister City Association is celebrating Bastille Day, a French national holiday, with a lively celebration featuring food and music Saturday in Market Square.

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