Townhouse Project Proposed for Vacant Parking Lots Near Old Hospital Building

Sixty-three new townhouses could be coming to 3.87 acres on Fall Hill Avenue across the street from the old Mary Washington Hospital building. The development—to be called “Mary’s Landing”—is proposed to take the place of parking lots in the 400 block of Hunter Street, Elm Street and Germania Street that have long stood largely vacant. […]

Abigail Spanberger Invites You to Send a Valentine to a Vet

Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger this week launched her fifth-annual “Valentines for Vets” program, inviting Fredericksburg-area residents to write Valentine’s Day cards which her office will deliver to veterans and caregivers at area VA clinics. Those wishing to participate can drop off or mail cards to Spanberger’s offices in Fredericksburg or Woodbridge by February 5. “Valentines for […]

New Wayside Panels to be Introduced as Part of Black History Month

Five new wayside panels will debut in Fredericksburg next month as part of the community’s commemoration of Black History Month, representing further steps taken towards telling a more complete history of the area. The new panels include one about Johnny Johnson, the longtime beloved local artist, teacher and mentor; one about the Manahoac indigenous tribe; […]

Healthcare Inequity Focus of Prayer Breakfast

Every time Virginia Senator Tim Kaine studies Martin Luther King Jr., he learns something new. King wrote and spoke about and worked to end many inequities that continue to plague American society, Kaine noted at in his keynote address at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast Monday morning at the Fredericksburg Convention […]