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Fredericksburg (Fredericksburg, Virginia)

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  • Gettysburg at 150: The show's over, the ghosts remain

    Muffle the drums, furl the flags. The commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the great battle is concluded, this year's faux battle lost and won, the hurly-burly done. The crowds and tumult are gone, and once again the grass is allowed to grow in...
  • Alternative to I-95 South might save you time to Richmond

    Avoiding the purgatory that is Interstate 95 on a holiday weekend is not all that difficult if you're heading from Baltimore to the Northeast. Pennsylvania offers a wide choice of routes to scoot to the west of Philadelphia and invade New Jersey....
  • Food stamps available for tornado victims in Southern Indiana

    Food stamps available for tornado victims in Southern Indiana
    President Obama declared six southern Indiana counties as federal disaster areas due to damages caused by the severe storms and tornados from Feb. 29 through March 3. Residents living in Clark, Jefferson, Ripley, Scott, Warrick and Washington Counties may...
  • Monster Mash: Changes to Martin Luther King Jr. memorial

     
    A controversial quote inscribed in the granite of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall is to be corrected.The Gehry residence in Santa Monica has won an award from the American Institute for Architects....
  • Kristy Lee Cook: singer and gunslinger

     
    Season 7's Kristy Lee Cook knows how to pack heat and she's putting it on full display in a new TV show that airs on the Versus network. Kristy, who made it to seventh place on "American Idol," will host "Goin’ Country," a show that promises to "combine...
  • Monster Mash: Questions remain on Rembrandt recovery

     
    Rembrandt theft and recovery still a headscratcher...
  • Author’s Civil War work led to ‘Little Women’

     
    Few may know that Louisa May Alcott, famed author of the book, “Little Women” also did a stint as a Civil War nurse. It only …...
  • Trials and triumphs at West Point

    Trials and triumphs at West Point
    In 1976, the United States Military Academy at West Point admitted its first female cadets. Now, nearly 40 years later, women represent less than one out of every five cadets. In his debut novel, former US Naval Intelligence Officer J.E. Bandy, Jr....
  • Gov. taps new OIG, elections chief, hires House member

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced a number of significant appointments Friday afternoon, naming a new elections commissioner, a new port authority member, four new members on the board of corrections, making the acting inspector general permanent and re-...
  • Searching for a lost landmark in Williamsburg's Market Square

    Searching for a lost landmark in Williamsburg's Market Square
    Of all the public buildings that helped define life in 18th-century Williamsburg, the most conspicuous absence in today's restored colonial capital may be the Market House that once stood near the Powder Magazine on Duke of Gloucester Street. That's why...
  • Saturday's local tennis roundup: Williamsburg's Jones, Mahaffey take titles in Suffolk; Slattery gains payback vs. Hokie

    Two stars for Jamestown High's Region I runner-up squad enjoyed productive days in the Level 5 Peanut Open on hard courts at Suffolk Racquet Club. Michael Jones, who played No. 2 for the Eagles this spring and will compete for Methodist University, won...