The Free Lance-Star
Feb 26, 2013
Jeep driver cleared in hit-and-run investigation
Fredericksburg police have determined that a man’s claim that a Jeep driver ran into him Monday afternoon is unfounded.
It's freshman move in day at UMW
PHOTOS: UMW freshman and their families descend upon campus Friday for move in day, marking the beginning of a new chapter in their lives.
Want a sunny weekend? Hope for Sunday
The end of this week leading into the weekend will be a transition period for Fredericksburg’s weather.
Victims report car larcenies in the city
A number of smash and grab vehicle larcenies are reported in today's city police blotter.
Stafford shopping center sells for $22.3 million
The Bafferton Center, a 95,000-square-foot shopping center located off of Garrisonville Road in Stafford, has been sold for $22.3 million.
Suspicious man prompts school lockdown
A school lockdown has been lifted after a suspicious man was spotted wandering on campus, police said.
Spotsylvania man arrested after foot chase
A Spotsylvania County man wanted on larceny charges is in custody after running away from authorities.
New stadium plan pitched to council
Under a proposal presented to Fredericksburg officials on Thursday, the partners seeking to build a baseball stadium complex would share revenues with the city in exchange for additional up-front financial help
Man, 75, to serve 5 years in child porn case
A 75-year-old Stafford County man was ordered Thursday to serve five years in prison for looking at child pornography.
Tax fraud nets area man prison term
A Stafford County man who operated an area tax preparation service was sentenced Thursday to 37 months in federal prison for preparing fraudulent tax returns.
McDonnell testifies about marriage
McDonnell testified extensively about his troubled marriage Thursday at his public corruption trial.
Competition surfaces for Appomattox battle
Spotsylvania and Appomattox counties may battle it out for Civil War tourists in April.
Will trash drop-off site survive?
The board that oversees the regional landfill decided to kick a decision about the landfill’s struggling finances down the road.
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.
EDITORIAL: Time-tax relief