Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday formally welcomed Cedric Rucker to his new position as the local representative to the influential Commonwealth Transportation Board.
Fredericksburg, VA: On April 20, the Fredericksburg small business community, local economic development offices, and banks came together in a big show of support for student entrepreneurship at the University of Mary Washington (UMW) and Germanna Community College. Fourteen student teams pitched their business ideas for an opportunity to win $3,500 in seed capital at […]
The City of Fredericksburg is pleased to announce that last year’s wildly successful and popular event, SlideFXBG, will be back in town on August 31st – the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. However, in an exciting change from 2018, this year’s event will be held on William Street, with the start of the slide being […]
The Potomac Nationals had an action-packed week making progress toward their new Fredericksburg stadium and deciding what to name the team that will play there. At the City Council meeting Tuesday, team part-owner Seth Silber announced that the P-Nats will be holding a name-the-team contest. Team owners might decide to keep it the Fredericksburg Nationals […]
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The former Wells Fargo bank branch at 325 Jefferson Davis Highway in Fredericksburg sold last month to the Janney family for $600,000, according to the January deed transfer report. The 2,345-square-foot building is now available for lease through Coldwell Banker Commercial Elite. The sale was among several significant real estate transactions last month, according to […]
Mystery in the deep? That’s what Dovetail Cultural Resource Group will seek to discover when they conduct an archaeological dig on the George Street tunnel starting next week. Constructed in the early 19th century, the George Street tunnel, which runs below the sidewalk in front of Fredericksburg Cupcake (206 George Street) to the junction of […]
A local developer sees a “pent-up demand” for modern, maintenance-free residences in and near downtown Fredericksburg. “We think there’s a tremendous demand for that,” JON Properties President Mike Adams said Tuesday morning at a Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast event at the downtown Courtyard by Marriott. JON Properties’ recent downtown projects have included the […]
More than half of Fredericksburg, Va., is eligible for the federal government’s new Opportunity Zone investment program, and now there’s an easy way to find information on qualifying properties. The Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 included provisions for a new revitalization tool, the Opportunity Zone and Opportunity Fund. The program will allow […]