The Free Lance-Star
Feb 27, 2013
Developer seeks delay on Spotsylvania office space
Just two months after his 98-unit townhouse development was approved, a local developer is asking Spotsylvania County to remove a requirement for office space at the site on Benchmark Road.
Crowded roads, airports expected
The busiest holiday travel period of the year is expected to more than live up to its reputation later this week.
New study calls out smartphone distractions
According to the study, it looks like drivers are talking less with phone in hand and using more hands-free technology.
Culpeper officer slain in 1885 honored
While attempting to arrest two men about 10 p.m. on Culpeper’s Davis Street on Sept. 23, 1885, Constable Benjamin Nalls was shot in the back of the head and killed.
Former DC Mayor Marion Barry dies at 78
Marion Barry, who served four terms as the mayor of the District of Columbia and served on the D.C. Council as the representative for the city's Ward 8 died Sunday at the age of 78.
U.Va. suspends fraternal activities amid probe into sexual assaults
President Teresa Sullivan said in a letter to the university community that the Board of Visitors is scheduled to meet Tuesday to discuss the allegations contained in a Rolling Stone article
Have a virtual look at Battle of Fredericksburg
Students can explore video and audio clips, primary resources such as diaries and service records, and material that challenges users to think critically about the war and its profound effects.
Despite appearances, Spotsylvania VRE station remains on schedule
The area of Spotsylvania County’s future Virginia Railway Express station and a 1,500-space parking lot is still nothing more than a flat expanse of dirt.
Residents get revved up for Dominion Raceway
Spotsylvania’s Dominion Raceway saw its first action Saturday.
Dozens of souped-up rides were there. Some with engines revving. There was live music and food.
Caroline mine petition under review
Law enforcement officials are looking into the authenticity of at least 100 names of Caroline County residents that appear on a petition in support of a proposed sand and gravel mine off U.S. 17.
Bernanke signals continued support for low rates