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Feb 12, 2013
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Jury gets slaying case
A Stafford County jury may decide Thursday if prosecutors proved that William Hughes killed Jason Shane Plaster back in 2007.
Gun found in fatal chase
The driver of the suspect vehicle was ejected when the car flipped along U.S. 17.
Rape charge reduced in tae kwon do teacher's case
Jose Luis Acanda–Montano is the owner of Boa Martial Arts Inc., which teaches tae kwon do, kickboxing and jiujitsu to children and adults.
Road-rage charge placed against man
City police spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe said the incident took place about 7 p.m. near Central Park.
Woman gets year in identify theft
A Spotsylvania woman will spend one year in prison for three counts of identity theft.
Riverfront Park plan takes shape
The design for Riverfront Park in Fredericksburg includes a tall mast that leans toward the Rappahannock River.
Police say man secretly recorded video
A 21-year-old woman reported her suspicions to police Tuesday and the suspect was charged later in the day.
Marstel-Day lands $30M in contracts
Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm wins two major government contracts with the Navy and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Staffordboro commuter lot expansion nearing completion
With the expansion work nearly complete at the Staffordboro commuter lot in Garrisonville, there are some changes coming this week, according to VDOT
Fire damages Nomini Hall in Northern Neck
A historic plantation hall in Westmoreland County that was being restored after a major fire in November has burned again.
UMW named a top affordable college
Another ranking has named the University of Mary Washington among the most affordable colleges.
EDITORIAL: Richard III’s remains unearthed
Now how about his reputation?
TODAY'S EDITORIAL CARTOON
LETTER: Spotsy schools serious about attendance
LETTER: Spending, not saving, seems the modern way
LETTER: Raising gas tax won’t fix transportation woes