Posts Tagged Fredericksburg

Helping the Disabled Out of Their Homes


Notes written for the Martin family became a part of their ramp. (Credit: SAW Virginia)

The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed almost 30 years ago. And since then public spaces and businesses have become much more accessible. But that doesn’t mean anything to someone who can’t make it out of their home. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.

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Elections Board Delays Meeting To Certify Close House Race

Virginia Inauguration

Workers continue to build bleachers and the reviewing stand as they prepare for the January inauguration of Virginia Governor-elect Ralph Northam at the Capitol in Richmond. (Credit: AP Photo / Steve Helber)

The Virginia State Board of Elections has postponed a meeting to certify the results in a Fredericksburg-area House of Delegates district where election officials say some voters were given the wrong ballots. Michael Pope reports.


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A Potential Ballot Issue in Fredericksburg Could Determine Who Controls House of Delegates

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Credit: AP Photo / Alex Brandon

Control of the House of Delegates is still in play, and Democrats are calling attention to problems in Fredericksburg. Michael Pope has the story.

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