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Feb 23, 2013
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Baseball partners make new offer for stadium project
A key part of the proposal involves an offer of revenue sharing by the partners with the city in exchange for the city covering the $18 million up front.
Former Louisa priest dies in prison
A former Catholic priest serving time for embezzling money from two Louisa County churches where he served as pastor has died in prison.
Move-in day parking restrictions at UMW
Friday is move-in day for the freshman class at UMW, and the rest of the campus returns over the weekend.
Fire damages Spotsylvania business
A Spotsylvania County business suffered moderate damage in an early morning fire Thursday.
Navy base plans testing tomorrow, next week
Get ready for the booms tomorrow. The Navy base says testing will be conducted on the Potomac River Test Range from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. all of next week.
Competition surfaces for Appomattox battle
Spotsylvania and Appomattox counties may battle it out for Civil War tourists in April.
Eight local companies make top 5,000 list
Eight local companies made the Inc 500 list of fastest growing companies in 2014.
Football team says thanks with pancakes
The Foxes, King George High School’s football team, is planning its fourth annual free pancake breakfast for the community Saturday.
Program looks at foods and healthy skin
Crystal Wellman, the skin care expert behind Ladyburg in downtown Fredericksburg, is teaming up with the local nonprofit Doctor Yum Project to educate teenagers and adults about what foods create healthy skin.
Caroline planners OK sand and gravel mine
The Caroline County Planning Commission recommended approval Wednesday of a sand and gravel mine on the Moss Neck Plantation property owned by the Silver Cos. on U.S. 17.
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A SINFUL nature, much enhanced by diligent practice, explains my interest in the world’s religions.
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