The National Weather Service says while today will be a bit below normal temperature-wise, it will be the warmest day until the middle of next week as chilly Canadian air advances across the region.
Man stopped in King George for driving with a revoked license turns into drug charges
Rappahannock Area Health District says 69 people have died
Sarah Morris with City Police says they received multiple calls of gunfire in the area. Officers found two victims with gunshot wounds.
Police say 17-year old Spotsylvania girl was forcibly removed from Valero Store across from the Stafford Courthouse. An Amber Alert was issued
Latoya Lyburn and Elizabeth McNally talk about the work of Safe Harbor and preview the Save Jane event on October 2nd at Market Square.
The National Weather Service says wet weather returns today and continues into portions of Friday as the remnants of Sally pass to the south.
This Saturday from 8-4 Rio Car Wash in Stafford (Route 17-Sebring Drive) and Spotsylvania (Cosner’s Corner-Route 1) gives all sales to Empowerhouse and their work with victims of domestic violence.
Devlin interviews Devlin interviews Kathleen with Gwenyth’s Gift
Stafford Economic Development and Tourism Director John Holden talks about the Stay, Sleep and Safe in Stafford Business grants. The grant application window opens on September 21st. It closes September 28th at 4pm.
Truslow Road closed to through traffic for overpass construction on Jan. 27, 2020, and was estimated to reopen to traffic in fall 2020. The schedule has been extended, with the road now anticipated to open in winter 2020-early 2021.
Stafford Supervisors are withholding their first quarter payment to the Central Rappahannock Regional Library because the library remains closed during the pandemic.