A recent rezoning for a Caroline County development is facing a lawsuit from several groups and residents.
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Fredericksburg’s City Council is renewing efforts to determine how best to repurpose one of the city’s crown jewels: the historic Renwick Courthouse complex.
Economic development is currently stifled, official said, due to lack of available locations.
U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D–7th, has launched a new survey to gather "Stories of Service' from Virginians with loved ones who are active-duty service members or veterans.
The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors approved the creation of a community development authority as part of the Kalahari water park agreement at its Tuesday meeting.
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday approved a second reading of resolutions setting the real estate tax rate and adopting the budget for fiscal 2024, which begins July 1.
New executive order covers laws that will give harsher punishment to those who distribute fentanyl and more treatment to those addicted.
Spotsylvania County officials, eager to take advantage of potential growth in data center construction, are trying to plan ahead.
On Tuesday, the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors announced the appointment of Janelle Downes as interim county administrator.
Rezoning changes the site next to battlefield from primarily agricultural and industrial land to mixed-use, allowing for development of up to 5,000 new homes in Locust Grove.
Candidates for state and local offices seeking the local Republican party’s endorsement or nomination were invited to attend the timed question & answer exchange at the American Legion.
Caroline County supervisors adopted a level real estate tax rate for next fiscal year at their meeting Tuesday evening.
U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger will host a Farm Bill Summit on Tuesday to hear from Virginia crop and livestock producers about their priorities as Farm Bill negotiations continue.
In 2019, the Board of Supervisors, following suit with other pro-gun locales, adopted resolution making Culpeper, “Second Amendment Constitutional County.”
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday agreed to advertise a 5-cent increase to the real estate tax rate for fiscal year 2024, which begins July 1.
Local farm-to-fork chef Joy Crump is celebrating another triumph: She has been named a James Beard Award semifinalist.
The chief prosecutor in Caroline County is stepping down after more than seven years in office.
The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors has been wrestling with a proposed new sidewalk for students of three neighboring schools, even though federal funding is targeted for the project.
Stafford County supervisors created an affordable housing committee last week to begin taking a look at a problem many working adults face across the region.
The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning for a proposed “techno campus” at Tuesday night’s meeting.
The Durham, N.C.-based renewable energy company says it will prepare a new application to comply with the 300-acre limit in the Culpeper County Code.
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U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D–7th, will host a telephone town hall Wednesday from 7:30–8:30 p.m. that will focus on issues facing Virginia veterans.
While Spotsylvania County’s proposed 2024 fiscal year budget includes an increase, the county administrator noted several challenges lay ahead, including the end of federal pandemic stimulus funding, inflation and a struggle to fill empty staff positions.
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution initiating a public hearing process to consider zoning amendments that would permit increased density in Planned Development–Residential-zoned districts.
Majority of Board of Supervisors members agree the right way to proceed is for consultants to offer recommendations on all ordinances, not single out a few uses.
Crow’s Nest Natural Area Preserve is going to get bigger, eventually giving visitors more options to park, explore and enjoy a large swath of preserved waterfront woodlands in Stafford County.
Data centers might be a part of Stafford County’s future, and local officials said it’s time to start getting the public involved in those discussions.
Residents of all ages are encouraged to decorate their finest Valentine and drop it off or put in the mail to the new Prince William County district office of 7th District congresswoman.
The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on a proposed “techno campus” at Tuesday night’s meeting, and in the end they decided to delay a decision after concerns, primarily concerning traffic and data centers, remained.