Between now and Sunday sign up and run or walk a designated course in downtown Fredericksburg, or do your own run. Details and sign-up info on the Downtown Greens Facebook page.
The students and staff at Hugh Mercer Elementary School salute our local healthcare workers.
Patrick A’Hearn previews the new Riverside schedule. The first show returns June 2nd. Discussion on theater during the pandemic and the future of Broadway.
A look at COVID-19 in area localities
Police say they were helped in the pursuit because the suspect was wearing a neon-colore sweat suit
Habitat of Caroline’s Jason Tickle tells us they are expanding their work into the Middle Peninsula
For 24 hours, from sundown, Friday to sundown Saturday is National Day of Unplugging. What better way to leave those electronics behind than to visit a Virginia State Park.
Mary Chamberlin and Allison Balmes-John with the Rappahannock Area Health District talk about distribution of the vaccine and what happens after the vaccine. Also, info on continued COVID testing.
The James Monroe Museum in Fredericksburg hosted a Women’s History Month program with Dr. Lynne Cheney on her book: The Virginia Dynasty: Four Presidents and the Creation of the American Nation.
Need help getting around the Stafford Government Center? There’s hope and help! Thanks to Jeff Shover with Citizens Assistance and Volunteer Services, there are new signs in place to get you where you need to go.
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