News Review: Oct. 26 – Nov. 8

by | Nov 9, 2014 | Uncategorized

Isabella Grasso (Girl Scout Troop 5214) takes apart a mechanical calculator during a the “Deconstruction” class held at the Girl Scout Science Day program, presented by Germanna Community College. Photo copyright, Robert A. Martin.

A review of the top stories published October 26 through November 8, 2014.

-Entrepreneurship, Broadband, Collaboration Key to Regional Economic Growth
-Amanda Talbert Receives Metzger Award
-‘Experience Fredericksburg’ Gift Cards on Sale
-Lord & Lilly’s Ribbon Cutting
-River Rock Outfitter Ribbon Cutting
-Four Hour Downtown Parking Begins November 8
-Repurpose Your Jack-o-Lanterns
-Jay’s Downtown Sports Lounge Opens
-Do More in Less Time: Create a Workflow
-UMW Hosts Women’s Leadership Conference
-Inspections: Battlefield Restaurant, Baba Ganoush, Fortune Gourmet, More
-Sweets on Caroline Brings Specialty Confections to Fredericksburg
-Breakfast Comes to Vivify

-Veterans Day Observances in the Fredericksburg Area
-Ed Gillespie Concedes Virginia Senate Race to Sen. Mark Warner.
-Spotsylvania Approves Three of Five Bond Issues
-November 2014 General Election Voter’s Guide
-Wittman, Brat Win, Warner Claims Victory, Amendment Passes
-EDA Awards Grants, Invests in Holiday Gift Card Program
-Ferry Farm Subdivision Building Permit Challenged

Police and Fire
-Georgia Man Arrested for Local Bank Robberies
-Catalytic Converters Stolen from Four Vehicles
-Man Wanted in Series of Local Bank Robberies
-Family Displaced by Curtis Lane House Fire
-Laptop Stolen from Fairview Baptist Church
-Bomb Squad Investigates Containers Found in Downtown Building
-Armed Robbery at Lafayette Blvd. Citgo
-Large Fight, Shots Fired in Wawa Parking Lot
-Spotsylvania Family Displaced by House Fire
-Spotsylvania County Arrests October 20 – 26

Schools and Education
-Talking to Your Child about Their Report Card
-Germanna Introduces Girl Scouts to Science Careers

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