When Fredericksburg City Council adopted a Vision and Desired Future States plan in 2016, its members declared that Fredericksburg is a “respo…
The Hokies are fortunate that they have a not-too-distant history of success that they can draw upon.
The Fredericksburg Area Museum’s “Merry Trees” is now displayed throughout the galleries and all are invited to an open house on the evening o…
Garrison Keillor’s weekly assertion on “A Prairie Home Companion” that all the children living in the fictional Lake Wobegon were "above average" was a gentle poke at American parents’ belief that all their offspring are special. It was not meant to be a blueprint for school systems in the real world.
The News obtained salaries for UB’s 10 new football assistant coaches and 10 previous coaches through Freedom of Information Law requests.
Like all music performances after March of last year, the 35-year Music on the Steps concert series presented by the Central Rappahannock Regi…
Yahoo! Sports reported Thursday that UB has hired Matt Stansfield as its offensive line coach.
We are at the stage where Fredericksburg city planners must keep pace with the realities of climate change.
College notebook: Area athletes spring into action
CVS Pharmacy opened its online registration for COVID-19 vaccines early Tuesday, hours after announcing that it would not begin taking appointments for two days.
JM grad Jeff Scott released by Washington Football Team front office
London led the nation in contested catches with 19 and he only played eight games after his season ended with a broken ankle. His size, athleticism, route-running and flair for the spectacular catch will make him a problem for defensive coordinators in the NFL.
As millions of people in the United States travel back home from the Thanksgiving holiday, daily Covid-19 hospitalizations are inching closer to 100,000 -- the highest they've ever been.
Rappahannock United Way staff celebrated the unofficial start to its 2020 Annual Workplace Campaign with a contactless drive-thru for its volunteer employee campaign coordinators, sponsors and Tocqueville donors.
Tony Mastrangelo is a Buffalo native who has been a Bills fan for 20 years, going to games, watching every Sunday and loving football. For a while, he thought he was the jinx. The infamous playoff drought began around the time that he began following the team. Then came the Andy Dalton Miracle.
Negotiators on a huge coronavirus relief bill reported slight progress after talks resumed Monday, with issues like food for the poor and aid to schools struggling to reopen safely assuming a higher profile.
Like toilet paper and paper towels, diapers and baby wipes have become precious commodities during the COVID-19 pandemic, but not being able t…
To meet the needs of families who are spending their days together at home, the folks at the Fredericksburg Area Museum have created an array …
As life changed rapidly outside Reilly Starr’s 800-square-foot New York City apartment last week, she knew she couldn’t stay.