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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 27 2014 12:15PM
A recall to look out for in the computer world from Hewlett-Packard. It's recalling over 5 million notebook computer AC power cords because of possible overheating. It's gotten 29 reports of them melting or charring and two people getting minor burns. The Hewlett-Packard LS-15 AC power cords were distributed with HP and Compaq notebook and mini notebook computers. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 27 2014 12:11PM
How do you feel about the planned minor league baseball stadium in Fredericksburg? One resident brought a petition with names of more than 100 locals against it to lawmakers last night, but negotiations will still continue.
Fredericksburg's Mayor and City Manager will start today working with reps for the Hagerstown Suns to come up with the additional $18 million needed. The partners are now offering more of the profits from it to the city from the first 10 years it's open to help. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 27 2014 12:03PM

DEERFIELD, Va. (AP) — Military officials say the jet that crashed in western Virginia was an Air Force F-15C based in Massachusetts, and the pilot’s status is unknown.

Pentagon spokesman Air Force Lt. Col. Tom Crosson says the pilot of the single-seat aircraft was with the 104th Fighter Wing of the Massachusetts Air National Guard.

Guard spokesman Maj. Matthew Mutti says the jet was on a standard training exercise Wednesday with no munition onboard. He didn’t say where it was headed or release the pilot’s name.

Augusta County dispatcher Becky Coynter says witnesses reported an explosion-like noise just before 9 a.m. She says military officials in Washington reporting losing communication with a jet.

Police say they located a crash site in Deerfield, about 135 miles northwest of Richmond, with smoke coming from a mountainside. No injuries are reported on the ground

by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 26 2014 4:23AM
UPDATE: If you are in and around the Dale Boulevard McDonalds in Prince William County, you were on edge this time yesterday, after a shooting at a nearby McDonald's Monday night. Today you can rest easier. Police arrested Woodbridge resident and suspect DeWayne Williams in Montclair and Stafford County accomplice Jamie Lea Bowyer turned herself in. The manhunt went on until last night.

STORY: 8-26-14

Residents near Neabsco Mills Road in Prince William were asked to be careful this morning, as a police search wrapped up for a shooting suspect.
The man's accused of shooting the victim in the parking lot of the McDonalds on Dale Boulevard last night after an argument. The man was flown to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The suspect sped away and abandoned the car near Freedom High School. He ran away on foot and then allegedly hijacked another car at Neabsco Mills Road and Dale Boulevard. That victim says he was flagged down by the suspect and got into the passenger seat. After he drove him away, to Route 1 and Delaware Drive, Dwayne Williams got out and ran off again.
Officers set up a perimeter and used K-9s, going door to door until just after 3:00 a.m. He still has not been found and police have several addresses where he was known to stay, but a warrant is issued for his arrest.
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by Frank Hammon posted Aug 25 2014 10:41AM
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Did you drive north of Fredericksburg toward the I-66 merge in Fairfax today? If you did, you might have been a little confused.
Crews attempted to do some line striping in the area over the weekend and things went a little wrong. Transportation officials say they used a temporary white tape that started peeling off the road. Many of the lines were wavy and traffic got backed up with drivers confused about which lane to be in and where to merge.
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by Associated Press posted Aug 25 2014 10:04AM
 
     FORT LEE, Va. (AP) - The all clear has been given at Fort Lee Army base in central Virginia after an active shooter was reported there.
 
     Army officials said the base was on lockdown and personnel were told to enact active shooter protocols.
 
     The four-story building involved is the headquarters for the Army's Combined Arms Support Command.
 
   The Army says a female soldier with a gun inside the key building turned it on herself, causing an injury, but didn't hurt anyone else. The Army says early reports indicate she fired one shot this morning, causing the temporary lockdown. The woman was taken to Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and her condition is not known.
Fort Lee is 25 miles south of Richmond and 130 miles from Washington.  According to the military's website, Fort Lee is the Army's third-largest training site. Its daily population is 34,000, with service members, families, civilians and contractors.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 21 2014 8:36AM
The Louisa County Commonwealth's Attorney says police have caught a the man accused of stealing appliances from houses that were sitting empty or for sale, earlier this year.
Rusty McGuire saysthat Dallas Kellison of Bumpass plead guilty to two counts of burglary and two counts of larceny. of items from vacant properties. The first time they found a refrigerator, gas stove and heat pump missing. Then Kellison was caught with washer/dryer units and heat pumps from another house and addresses of other homes. He faces up to 61 years in jail during sentencing October 20th.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 20 2014 6:09AM
Another local case of FLESH EATING BACTERIA in the Potomac River!!
This time a Stafford man, Steven Strong, got cut when he slipped getting out of his canoe at Aquia Creek. He was on a return trip home after a sunset paddle. To make matter worse, he was already going through chemotherapy to treat cancer. The FDA says an aeromonas hydrophila bacteria got in and caused his leg infection. It is always present in freshwater environments and can be found in brackish water, like the Potomac. Strong
 had surgery to have some flesh removed and is recovering on antibiotics.
Another man, that got cut on a deck nail in the water in Callao, in the Potomac this summer, got the vibrio strain. That same bacteria prompted a warning on Florida beaches, this month, from Jacksonville to the Panhandle, and has infected 32 people.

 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 19 2014 12:32PM
A 19-year-old Spotsylvania man is behind bars after being charged with last week's vandalism of a Fredericksburg laundromat. James Everett Nicholson is charged with burglary and vandalism for the damage at the 
Hillcrest Laundry. Nicholson also faces charges in Spotsylvania for a similar incident at a laundry there.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 18 2014 11:00AM
Good news if you're trying to get to the Skins' game at Fed-Ex Field tonight and don't want to fight traffic. Metro will stay open an extra hour to help riders get back home from the preseason game. You should use the Largo Town Center or Morgan Boulevard stations near the field when you leave the game. Entrances at other stations will close at their normal times, but riders will be able to get out of all stations until 1 a.m.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 18 2014 10:57AM
Grief counselers will be available for parents and students in need as classes get underway at Culpeper Middle and Sycamore Park Elementary schools today. Two of the three kids found dead at a Culpeper home earlier this month were students there. There's also help being offered for coworkers of Girl Scouts Leader, Mom and Wife Shauna Washington at Culpeper Health and Rehab, where she was a CNA.  
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 18 2014 10:55AM
Do you want to go to the State Fair of Virginia in Caroline next  month, but don't want to spend a fortune? You could get lucky enough to get tickets for free. The fair's bus called Ginny is traveling to events and locations around Virginia, giving away free tickets and was in Richmond late last week. Follow where it'll be on the fair's Facebook page. If you don't get that lucky, tickets are on sale at state-fair-v-a-dot-org.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 14 2014 10:29AM
Are you still excited about a baseball stadium coming to Fredericksburg?
The Hagerstown Suns partners already say they need help from the city to fill an $18 million funding gap. Now there's another deadline next Monday, to finalize buying theland. They're asking for another extension to make that happen. Fredericksburg's Treasurer will make that decision later today.  
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by Frank Hammon posted Aug 14 2014 10:14AM
A woman who seriously hurt a Fredericksburg cop earlier this year by latching onto him with her teeth was ordered Wednesday to serve 2½ years in prison.
Shenita Michelle Brower was convicted of seven charges, including malicious wounding. While resisting arrest during a roommate dispute, she bit the officer on the left hand and clamped down until he was finally able to get her off him. Others who had come to help heard him yelling in pain as they approached. he needed six stitches and had a broken wrist.
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 14 2014 9:46AM

Be careful if you're taking a late summer getaway or a weekend trip. Health officials have issued a swimming advisory for parts of the Virginia Beach oceanfront.
The advisory prohibits swimming and wading from 22nd Street to 70th Street. It was issued after recent testing by the city's health department that showed bacteria levels in the water over State Water Quality Standards. Signs will be posted, until further notice. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 14 2014 9:35AM

Health officials across Virginia and the U.S. say they're seeing large spike in anonymous calls to suicide prevention hotlines, following Robin William's death. 
Steve Thomas with Washington Square Associates in Stafford tells us there's also a scam though, called the Last Words video. It's coming to your e-mail from what looks like a credible news organization, like ABC. It's also popping up on lots of social media sites in posts. It shows a picture of the late actor and comedian and looks like it's part of a legitimate YouTube video. The problem is that when you click on it, malware is downloaded to your device or computer.
Before you click on anything that looks interesting, but unfamiliar, move the cursor of your mouse over it to see the URL. If it looks suspicious or doesn't have the have of the site it mentions, it's probably a scam.
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 13 2014 11:21AM
 You'll be seeing school buses back on the road for your morning and afternoon commute starting today, at least in Louisa County. 
Students there are back in class today, but get another small break for the Labor Day Holiday. The new Thomas Jefferson Elementary School is now open, following the 2011 earthquake and a new High School will be ready next year. It's got a $53 million price tag, but will be complete with two gyms, an 800 seat auditorium and room for an extra 300 students. For some Spotsylvania students, Kindergarten orientation at Chancellor Elementary, is at 3:00 p.m. tomorrow. Student and parent day in Culpeper schools is this Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Students and teachers in Spotsylvania, Stafford, King George and Orange Counties and the City of Fredericksburg have a little more time for summer fun. The first day of school for all of them is September 2nd, but In Culpeper, it's back to class next Monday. 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 12 2014 9:59AM
The cool waters and beautiful views can be a big draw to the banks of the Rappahannock River this time of year, but be careful.
What lurks beneath the surface of the water can be dangerous during the day, but it's worse at night. The risk of falling or drowning is higher, but so is a run in with the cops. It's illegal to be on the river after dark and to have alcohol there anytime. Sixty people have been arrested in recent months and the fine can be hefty. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 12 2014 9:53AM
If you or your child are planning to become a nurse, there's some good news from to local schools this week.
The University of Mary Washington and Germanna Community College have signed an agreement to let nursing students to co-enroll at the schools. It's makes a direct path for nursing students, with at least a 3.0 GPA, to finish a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Germanna students will get guaranteed admission to UMW once they have an associate degree in nursing, starting this fall. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 12 2014 9:49AM
Expect to see ramped-up construction at the Falmouth intersection over the next few weeks.
Night work will from 10 p.m. until close a lane each way on Route 1. It started at the busy Stafford intersection Sunday night and it's scheduled for Sunday through Thursdays the next three weeks. VDOT says crews will be doing utility and sewer work for the project at Route 1, U.S. 17 and Butler Road. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 12 2014 9:25AM
It's a wedding night to remember -- but for the wrong reason. Police in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, report busting a groom on his wedding night.
The 28 year old man spent the night in jail after getting into an argument at a bar. HTR Media reports the man was still dressed in his white tuxedo. The police report says he threw a full mug of beer against the wall, almost hitting a woman in the head. The groom was jailed on a probation hold. He's expected to be charged with disorderly conduct.
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 12 2014 9:18AM
City cops are still trying to find the man accused of ripping a toilet out of the bathroom at the Hillcrest Coin laundry early last Friday morning in Fredericksburg.
Cameras show him going in the unsecured doors about 2 a.m. and water pouring out of the door after he left. It caused water damage and the store had to temporarily close. The man's described as a white, in his 30s with medium length blond hair and a dark colored ball cap.
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 12 2014 8:21AM

Ticks are around throughout much of the year in Virginia, but are especially a danger from now into the early fall.  
Epedimiologist Stephanie Goodman with the Rappahannock Area Health District says ticks can carry Lyme disease, which can cause health problems for many months. Within 36 hours of a tick attaching to the skin, the lyme disease infection can enter the blood stream. If you get infected you'll know it too. A bulls eye-like rash will form around the bite mark and could end up being up to 12 inches wide. 
To help protect yourself, always wear long sleeved, light clothing and a bug repellant in the woods. When you get done, make sure you inspect your clothes and skin for any bugs and throw them in the wash. Left untreated, an infected tick bite could even lead to neurological or heart problems.



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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 11 2014 8:05AM

If you haven't already heard all the talk about Sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr. being hit by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart Saturday night at the Canandaigua Motorsports Park in New York, you will soon enough. 
Ward's car was first hit and crashed. When he walked out onto the track appearing angry, Stewart's car hit and killed him. Local Sheriff Phillp Provero is asked about charges. He says Stewart has been cooperative and so far, no charges have been filed.
Stewart sat out of the race yesterday at Watkins Glen International. Get the whole story at espngo.com.
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 8 2014 11:05AM
A woman who killed a Stafford man in four years ago while driving under the influence on Route 17 has been accused of driving drunk again.
Linda Ann Salgado is charged with violating her probation by being arrested on a new DUI charge on July 4 in Stafford. A judge Thursday set an October 17th trial date in Stafford Circuit Court on the probation violation charge. If convicted, she would face the possible reinstatement of the seven years and eight months that were suspended when she was sentenced on DUI and aggravated involuntary manslaughter charges in June 2011.
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 8 2014 11:03AM

The long-time holiday tradition of the Fredericksburg Christmas Parade is planned to go on this December, but will now it'll be run by the City of Fredericksburg.
The Jaycees have done it for 26 years, but are handing over the reigns to Santa's sleigh. The city's parks and rec staff will launch www.FredericksburgChristmasParade.com this month with info on how to become an event or media sponsor, to volunteer and applications for entering a float.
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 8 2014 11:01AM

You may have heard the rumblings before that the Cookout restaurant chain is coming to our area, now it's for real.
The North Carolina-based company's finalized the deal to buy the half acre site, near M&T Bank, in the Greenbrier Shopping Center. The other one is planned along U.S. 1, near the Massaponax exit off I-95, between a KFC and Steak 'n Shake.
It's famous for grilled burgers, corndogs and hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, Carolina-style barbecue and dozens of milkshakes. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 8 2014 11:00AM
 If you're looking for a job here in Virginia, now there's an APP for that too.
VAWorks is free and puts thousands of jobs at your fingertips. Using a mobile device, you can search it by occupation, location, or keyword. You can also share your job search activity and information through email or social media. It's available for download through the Virginia Employment Commission website.        
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by Deirdre Blake/Frank Hammon posted Aug 8 2014 10:54AM

Storms rolling across Orange County Wednesday afternoon sent some residents scurrying for cover. 
Lillian Johnson of Lake of the Woods says there was rain and thunder. She tells The Free Lance-Star's Dan McFarland that the wind was so strong, she thought it was going to rip her sundeck completely off the house. One tree did strike there and barely missed a deck. 
Denise Caceres says she ran to the bathroom for safety. She says the noise was loud and she heard something hit the house hard. Caceres was afraid that her daughter may have been upstairs and that it was her room that was hit, but the one damaged was vacant. A second tree hit their house seconds after the first.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that the storm spawned a  microburst that caused damage to several houses in the subdivision. It was all over fast and thankfully nobody was hurt. 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:17AM
Virginia gets the chance to be on the big screen again and have its' name tied to the director of Secretariat and Heaven is for Real.
The state's been chosen as the location to film a pilot for a tv series about a Virginia family whose lives are torn apart by the Civil War. A division of ABC Studios will co-produce Point of Honor with Amazon Studios. Filming will take place in September around central Virginia and be part of the streaming episodes service through Amazon prime.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:16AM
A non-profit group called Combat Marine Outdoors helps wounded warriors hang out with their military buddies in an environment comfortable for them...at a shooting range. Some from the Wounded Warrior Regiment gathered on one at the Marine Corps Base Quantico this week. One wounded Marine says it provides a reminder to keep the "never die, never quit attitude" needed to move on with life.
 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:15AM
It's more proof in the power of the internet and crowdfunding websites.
The family of the son of Stafford County High School's principal has raised more than $15,000 to help with his funeral expenses. Wil Lewis was killed just after moving to Chicago and was the unintended target in a gang shooting. Money raised will also go to a scholarship program. Help out on you-caring-dot-com and search for Wil Lewis.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:14AM

The American Red Cross has been putting out the urgent call for donations since early last month, but more blood is still needed.
Donors with types O negative, B negative and A negative blood are especially in demand. There are eight local drives scheduled through September 1st. The first on is at the Spotsy Towne Centre next Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:13AM
You'll get the convenience of an elevator instead of stairs and new technology when you have to do business with courts in Fredericksburg.  
The screening area has two metal detectors and a conveyor belt for your stuff to be X-rayed and cell phones are still a no no. The new courthouse opened in its' new location, a block away on Princess Anne Street and started General District cases yesterday. The first Circuit Court case isn't set until tomorrow.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:12AM
Are you going to the preseason Skins' game at FedEx Field tomorrow night? You won't have to worry about driving all the way in traffic or getting home, thanks to Metro.
It's staying open an hour late to get you back from the game. You can get on a train at the Morgan Boulevard or Largo Town Center stations as late as 12:20 a.m., to catch the last Blue line trains back to Franconia-Springfield.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:10AM
More delays are on the way for your interstate drive in northern Virginia starting later this week, thanks to work on the express lanes.
Around the Franconia-Springfield Parkway this Friday, VDOT will close all left-turn lanes connecting it with I-95 and the HOV lanes. It will stay that way for a month and there will be a detour.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:09AM
You can make sure younger kids are a little safer going to and from school and home this fall, thanks to the Caroline County Sheriff's Office.
It's offering fingerprinting for children in the county from 10 a.m. until noon on Wednesday, August 13th, at the Commissioner of the Revenue Office. They can help if a child is lost or missing.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:08AM
 If you're a music lover, but you've got an Android or anything but an iPhone, you're about to be in luck. StubHub is going nationwide with its StubHub Music app.
It scans your music library and recommends upcoming shows by your favorite artist. A dial even lets you to set up how far you're willing to travel to see a show, up to 150 miles. It can also direct fans to StubHub to buy tickets that are being resold. 
 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:08AM
If you love animals, you can help the Orange County Humane Society find some a good home.
It needs volunteers to help with adoptions from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. one Saturday or Sunday a month. They're at PetSmart in Fredericksburg's Central Park and you'd be responsible for setting up crates, walking dogs and helping fill out adoption paperwork. 
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:07AM
Good news if you're already helping pay for your college student to go to the University of Mary Washington, or if they're applying.
The Princeton Review again ranks it among the nation's best colleges. It follows Money Magazine and Forbes also listed it as a top college in recent months. The latest review says UMW lives up to its reputation, provides rigorous education in a fun atmosphere and has a strong sense of community.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:07AM
Depending on where you live in Virginia, you'll see some unexpected candidates on your ballot at the polls this fall.
Governor Terry McAuliffe is calling for a special election to replace former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. The names to replace the position will be part of the November 4th race. He announced he plans to leave office early and resign on August 18th. 
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 9:06AM
 What would it take you to get a permit for a gun? For a business owner on Lafayette Boulevard in Fredericksburg, it was somebody trying to burn down his building early yesterday morning.
Richard Johnson was at Richard's Tire Repair when a window was busted and somebody sprayed in something flammable. He's safe though and his quick action, with a hose, until firefighters got there, left his shop with little damage. 
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 8:53AM
 Expect to get a temporary tattoo if you'll be part of the Quantico Triathalon portion of the Marine Corps Marathon Event Series later this month.
It's also going from manually recorded time to the use of electronic chips as swimmers jump into the pool. The tattoos with athletes' numbers will be on their each upper arm and calf for visibility. This will be a test for other events and organizers hope it makes races more accurate and event registration lines shorter. 
 
by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 6 2014 7:39AM
- You're temporary headaches are over for the drive in part of Caroline County.
The bridge replacement project on Sign Board Road is done and  Reedy Creek crossing is open to traffic. VDOT closed the area in January and spent over a million bucks to make it safer, but forced drivers to use a detour. The new, two-lane bridge has a concrete slab, new railings and guardrail. 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 4 2014 1:51PM
 If you live in Spotsylvania, you'll get a chance to speak out on two housing developments planned near National Park Service land. One with over 100-homes will be off Benchmark Road and another with more than 200 houses would be on part of the Chancellorsville Battlefield. The public hearings are before the Planning Commission this Wednesday at 7 p.m. 
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 4 2014 11:07AM
 The face of a long-time local business will change in the coming months and years, but it's promised that the service will stay the same.
Fredericksburg-based PermaTreat Pest Control is being acquired by Atlanta's Rollins Inc. It's happening through a stock merger of its' parent company Wilco Enetrprises Inc. Owner Joe Wilson will stay on as head of PermaTreat through the next year and slowly manage less until he retires.
 
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Location : AtlantaFredericksburg
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 4 2014 8:54AM

Police have identified all five of the family members found dead at their home on Rixeyville Road in Culpeper on Sunday night. Sheriff Scott Jenkins says that the man and woman are both 35, identified as Clarence and Shauna Washington. They were the parents of 13 year old Omesha; 6 year old Onya and 4 year old Olivia. The youngest was to go to preschool this year, Onya already attended Sycamore park Elementary and Omesha went to Culpeper Middle School.
The Free Lance-Star's Donnie Johnston says that Clarence worked a couple of jobs to help support their family and Shauna worked in the healthcare field. The local and state police investigation is ongoing, but it appears that Clarence Washington is the likely shooter. Deputies were called to the scene by one of their family members that had stopped by, since they had not heard from the couple. They had apprently been in an ongoing domestic dispute.
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Aug 1 2014 11:06AM
If you are in Spotsylvania, trying to get to or from Route 1 in the Landsdowne Road area, look for a backup. Police tell us that a disabled tractor trailer is causing the problem and is also impacting Mine Road. There is a detour set up for about 15 to 20 minutes, until a heavy duty wrecker can get it out of the way.
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