Stafford County News
A Stafford County teenager's 48-year prison sentence for killing her mother will stand.
Under the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services quarantine, live ash and lumber ash-related articles as well as hardwood firewood are no longer subject to localized movement in certain parts of the state.
Germanna Community College and the University of Mary Washington have entered an agreement that allows community college students to take classes at the four-year school, and to be admitted if they earn an associate's degree and meet grade-point average requirements.
Fredericksburg's deputy fire chief says a state police bomb technician safely removed a live World War Two-era grenade from a house in the city.
The Virginia National Guard is welcoming members of the General Assembly to a Stafford County site where 80 engineering and bridge-building troops are doing prep work for a Civil War park.
Searchers have recovered the body of a 10-year- old boy who disappeared in the ocean after stepping off a sandbar at Virginia Beach.
Virginia Beach health officials have lifted a ban on swimming and wading in a section of the Chesapeake Bay.
Lee Drive inside Fredericksburg National Battlefield Park is 4.5 miles long. It's hallowed ground, a popular bike path and a commuter shortcut. And, it's one of the most dangerous roads in the National Park system.
A Stafford County baby sitter has been charged after police said three small children under her care wandered about a mile from home.
A Suffolk police spokeswoman says a man suspected of attacking an officer after a traffic stop has been arrested.
A deputy had already stopped Michael Bryan Sager for defective equipment on his vehicle and was explaining the citation when the 29 year old bolted from his truck and took off running on Friday morning, authorities say.
A bomb threat forced an evacuation at a middle school in Stafford County Tuesday.
In a day and age when so many couples struggle to find time together, some choose to multitask by joining forces at the gym, on a running trail or even on skis.
A teenage boy has been arrested for setting a school bus on fire.
No one in Virginia may have won the Mega Millions jackpot, but lottery officials say the state's public schools were big winners.
A get-tough policy on drunken drivers at the Quantico Marine Corps base backfired, and a federal judge has tossed out five DWI cases against Marines after ruling that their constitutional rights were violated.
The James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library has acquired a document bearing what's considered the earliest known official document bearing Monroe's signature.
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is expected to approve a $1 billion financing plan for I-95/395 express lanes that would run from Garrisonville Road in Stafford County to about Edsall Road in Fairfax County.
The U.S. Justice Department has approved redrawn City Council districts in Fredericksburg.
State Fair of Virginia officials say that more than $1 million in scholarships awarded to high school students could be in jeopardy.