'The Wedding Singer' Now Playing Riverside Dinner Theater The Wedding Singer takes a look back at the time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room.
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HISTORY AT SUNSET: STAFFORD
Stafford sites are being showcased in this summer's incredibly popular National Park Service
'History at Sunset' series.
August 7 Life of a House: Chatham by Candlelight 8 pm Enjoy this historic landmark by candlelight - an event truly not to be missed!
WILLIAM H. CARNEY AWARD PRESENTED
THE FREE LANCE-STAR REPORTER/EDITOR CLINT SCHEMMER RECOGNIZED
Award recipient Clint Schemmer stands with regional Trail To Freedom Committee members and supporters Denise Bernadetto (left), the Rev. Gilbert Garcia, Frank White, the Rev. Hashmel Turner (rear), Tramia Jackson, M.C. Moncure, Steward Henderson, James Anderson, Debby Aylor and John Hennessy. The award's previous honorees are Frank White of Stafford County, Zann Nelson of Culpeper County, Rixeyville residents Robert and Kathy Ellis, and former Fredericksburg Mayor Lawrence Davies.
This award recognizes "selfless contributions to the preservation of Virginia's African-American history." Sgt. Carney, wounded saving the U.S. flag during the Union's 1863 fight for Fort Wagner (seen in the movie "Glory") near Charleston, S.C., was the first black recipient of the Medal of Honor.
CROW'S NEST ROAD UPGRADE APPROVED
The Commonwealth Transportation Board voted to upgrade the 1.6 mile access road to Crow's Nest Natural Area Preserve. Once finished, the road will allow the public to use a parking lot and 8 miles of hiking trails. Read the story.
An ADA-accessible canoe launch and kayak launch off Brooke Road opened earlier this year.