The Free Lance-Star
Feb 26, 2013
High court blocks same-sex unions in Va.
The Supreme Court is delaying the start of same-sex marriage in Virginia.
Local chef to appear on Bravo reality show
Local chef Joy Crump, the culinary creator behind Foode, will be a contestant on Bravo’s “Top Chef” season 12.
Rain and storms on the horizon
So Fredericksburg is finally experiencing August weather, complete with heat, humidity, and the chances for afternoon convection.
Caroline to discuss mine, high school tonight
The Caroline Planning Commission will discuss the proposed mine at Moss Neck Manor Plantation tonight.
Hit-and-run account being investigated
Fredericksburg police are investigating a man’s claim that a Jeep plowed into him Monday afternoon, leaving the him with two broken legs.
Introducing: ‘The Next Round’
Beginning Wednesday, you’ll see a new column in the Food section of The Free Lance-Star.
R-Board expected to toss trash ideas
The search for alternative ways of disposing of trash at the regional landfill will likely be cut short before the effort ever truly started again.
No dice on Doobie claim, manager says
While a Louisa County man’s claim to be a former guitarist of the rock band The Doobie Brothers fell on deaf ears with a local judge, the band’s manager was listening.
Stafford, K.G. part of state oyster trail
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Tuesday the creation of the Virginia Oyster Trail, a major tourism development project that includes King George, Stafford and Westmoreland counties.
Loans tied to former Va. first lady
Tuesday's testimony in the trial of former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell involved the former first lady and McDonnell's sister.
Stafford delays vote on Oakenwold proposal
The debate over a proposed development near the Stafford Regional Airport extended late into Tuesday night in Stafford.
Warner stresses bi-partisanship
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner didn’t give an overtly partisan speech during an appearance Tuesday, even though he was addressing a roomful of fellow Democrats.
Stafford looks at Austin Ridge request
The Stafford Planning Commission wants to take another look at a rezoning request for part of the Austin Ridge development that would make way for two retail shops.
Spotsy to save millions in refinancing
Spotsylvania County officials say they will save $10.8 million in taxpayer dollars over the next 17 years by refinancing a previous bond issue.
Aircraft support firm opening here
Breeze–Eastern announced plans this week to open a research and product development center in Fredericksburg.
Caroline scales back renovations
The $21 million in renovations planned for Caroline High School will look more like the way they were initially presented to county residents, the School Board decided Monday night.
Couponing school opening in city
Local couponer Jennifer Barner is opening an office for her growing money saving classes.
Recess as crucial as instruction, experts say