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The company also announced a retail brokerage specialist for the Fredericksburg area.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The annual Capital Ale House Oktoberfest in downtown Fredericksburg kicked off Saturday at noon.
The Neighborhood Files, Summer
Bobby Ulrich, 15, won the Super Stock division. Jacob Polcha, 10, of Fredericksburg won the Stock division. In the Masters division, Kristen Hayes, 16, of Spotsylvania took top honors. The Super Kid division was won by Tyler Fry, 13, of Fredericksburg.
Walker-Grant Middle School students graduated Thursday in a one-hour ceremony.
Government, Schools, Local Connections
He enlisted in the Marines to serve his country, but senior Josh Stinson will not be allowed to wear a special cord to honor that at graduation
School Board clarifies that Ferry Farm does not have a paper shortage.
The James Monroe High School Band, Percussion ensemble, and Orchestra traveled to Busch Gardens in Williamsburg recently where they competed in and placed well at the Music in the Parks festival.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Fredericksburg mayoral candidate Mary Katherine Greenlaw provided free donuts and coffee at a public meet-and-greet downtown on Saturday morning.
Stafford County supervisors still aren't sure if they are going to approve a budget with teacher pay raises.
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