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Feb 12, 2013
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Missing student case creates awareness at UMW
Students at the University of Mary Washington react to the missing student case at the University of Virginia.
Proposed development has 2,500 homes
Spotsylvania County residents this week raised various concerns with a proposed 2,500-home development that would be among the largest in the county.
Senate hopefuls give their pitches
Sen. Mark Warner and his Republican opponent Ed Gillespie touched on familiar themes of their campaigns during Friday's "Battleground Forum" co-sponsored by the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce.
UMW preparing to make budget cuts
The University of Mary Washington’s financial officers are preparing for cuts in the state-funded portion of the budget.
Police plead for public's help in U.Va. case
Police investigating the disappearance of a University of Virginia student said Friday that they have talked to a man they believe was with her in a bar the night she went missing but did not have enough information to arrest or detain him after searching his car and apartment.
Gordonsville man sought in shooting
Orange County authorities are seeking a Gordonsville man on several firearms charges following an incident in which shots were fired at a vehicle.
Orange planners against Dollar General rezoning
The Orange County Planning Commission is recommending against a proposed rezoning for a Dollar General store on State Route 20 near Unionville.
VRE shortfall could mean fare increases
VRE Operations Board members are concerned about the $3.9 million unfunded portion of the preliminary fiscal 2016 budget.
Donors give record amount to UMW
The University of Mary Washington had a banner year for fundraising during the past fiscal year.
City to open rail trail with abundant caution
Walking/biking trail opens in city, along with significant change at the intersection of Lafayette Boulevard and the Blue and Gray Parkway.
Costs cut to keep Route 630 project on track
In a bid to keep Stafford County's State Route 630 interchange project moving forward, the Virginia Department of Transportation has reduced the cost by $35 million.
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