The annual downtown Scarecrow Fest has returned to Fredericksburg.
The University of Mary Washington’s annual Family Weekend is returning October 1-2.
The Virginia Black Business Directory (VABBD) hosted its second-annual Black Business Expo this past weekend, with over 100 Virginia Black-owned businesses in attendance. It was a weekend filled with shopping, networking, building positive relationships, and entertainment.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine this week celebrated the opening of a new constituent service office in Fredericksburg at 816 William Street, Suite B.
This Friday, September 10, the stadium will host its first FredNats concert series with the I Love the 90’s performance.
The Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Fredericksburg announced this week that the popular lunch menu has returned to the hotel’s bistro restaurant.
Fredericksburg-based Aspetto has been awarded a GSA contract to provide a new air-charter service for federal government agencies called Aspetto Aviation.
The stores in the 100 block of William Street in downtown Fredericksburg are open for business despite construction work on the Chatham Bridge and a utility project.
Fredericksburg’s Fun Land amusement park is working with the City of Fredericksburg to add a new Drop Tower attraction to the park.
Techs in the Burg, a Fredericksburg computer repair and network support business, has moved to a new location at 505 Lafayette Blvd. Its previous location was at 1025 Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg.
John Hennessy, the chief historian at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, has announced his retirement from the National Park Service, effective September 1.
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