City Council on Tuesday formally accepted a generous donation from Cullen Land Corporation (whose principal is Mary Jane O'Neill) of approximately 5 acres off Fall Hill Avenue. The land will help provide access into a planned public park.
Here is a great article that recently ran in The Washington Post about Fredericksburg's "Trail to Freedom." (It showcases one of the region's many heritage tourism assets, the importance of which is described in an
FLS editorial that ran today.)
Irish Eyes supplies ingredients for Scottish breakfast video
This week's edition of the "Freehling Finds" video series highlights two Fredericksburg businesses -- Enterprise Screen Video Communications and Irish Eyes -- while showcasing a traditional Scottish breakfast.
Four new pickleball courts now open at Kenmore Park
There are now five pickleball courts open at Kenmore Park! Go check them out. The seven tennis courts at Kenmore have also been resurfaced.
City Council endorses closure option for bridge rebuild
Fredericksburg City Council voted this week to approve VDOT's recommendation to close the entire Chatham Bridge so the superstructure can be replaced in early 2021 instead of partially closing it while the work is being done.
UMW will hold an Expo at the University Center in March to connect university suppliers with organizations through the area. Vendors set up displays so that potential buyers can make connections and learn more about their goods/services.