Dahlgren, VA

All four car tires stolen in North Stafford

Deputies are looking for information regarding the theft of four tires from a vehicle parked at a North Stafford hotel Thursday morning. On June 30th at 7:40 a.m. Deputy S.M. Craig responded to the Courtyard Stafford Quantico at 375 Corporate Drive for a larceny. The victim reported the tires and rims were stolen overnight from his 2021 Dodge Challenger. Additionally, personal items were stolen from inside the vehicle.
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UPDATE: 3 Occupants Discharged After Serious Vehicle Crash In Avenue

UPDATE: The driver of the vehicle recently contacted to provide an update on all of the patient’s injuries, and the good news that all of them are now home recovering. One female occupant, who had previously been reported to have been transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital, was...
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Southern Maryland Fireworks 2022

SOUTHERN MARYLAND – The following list of firework locations across Southern Maryland was compiled for you by July 3: Chesapeake Beach, MD (Rain Date July 9th) | July 4: Solomons, MD (Rain Date July 5) | St. Mary’s County. July 3: Seabreeze Seabreeze Restaurant &...

DUI Arrest

A suspected intoxicated driver was unable to convince a deputy she was the passenger during an accident investigation Thursday night, and was placed in jail. On June 30th at 9:10 p.m. Deputy T.A. Vasquez was traveling southbound in the 1800 block of U.S. 1 when he encountered an unreported crash. A gray Nissan Rogue was facing southbound in the northbound lanes with significant driver’s side damage. The other vehicle, a white Ford F-450, had pulled to the shoulder of the highway.

Where to See Fireworks Near Alexandria

Fireworks will be lighting up the sky over Northern Virginia this weekend and into next week. Here are the closest fireworks displays. Remember that most dogs are terrified of fireworks, so animal rescue groups do not recommend bringing your pet to the show. In fact, leave them in a dark, quiet place at home, and be sure their microchip and dog tags are updated. Fourth of July weekend is the most common time for dogs and cats to run away.

Old Mill Park’s entrance fees, explained

Fredericksburg’s City Council approved a resolution to start a pilot program charging non-residents of Fredericksburg and Stafford County a fee to enter Old Mill Park. Beginning July 22, non-residents will pay $10 for vehicle parking and $5 for walk-in entry to the park seven days a week. From September 5 to October 30, the charge will only be applied on weekends.

Local charities benefit from B101.5 and Radley Automotive’s “Community Cash Giveaway”

Local charities benefit from B101.5 and Radley Automotive’s “Community Cash Giveaway”. Friday morning Centennial Broadcasting II, LLC, Fredericksburg, Virginia, Hot AC WBQB (B101.5) and Radley Cadillac/Chevrolet in Fredericksburg announced the 26th winner of the “The Radley Automotive Community Cash Giveaway” on B101.5’s The Jeremy Grey Show. Nancy Heinzelmann of Fredericksburg, Virginia, won $1000 cash with half the winnings going directly to Ms. Heinzelmann and half going to her chosen charity, the DC/MD/VA Chapter of The ALS Association.
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Five Tennessee Law Enforcement Officers Graduate From the FBI National Academy

MEMPHIS, TN—The FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, graduated 228 law enforcement officers, including five from Tennessee:. Lieutenant Joshua Creel, East Ridge Police Department. Inspector Mike Fisher, Germantown Police Department. Lieutenant William Futrell, Tennessee Highway Patrol. Assistant Special Agent in Charge Charles Kimbril, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Assistant Special...
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St. Mary’s County Commissioners To Host Public Forum July 12

LEONARDTOWN, Md. – The Commissioners of St. Mary’s County will host a Public Forum Tuesday, July 12, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in the Commissioner’s meeting room inside the Chesapeake Building, at 41770 Baldridge Street, in Leonardtown. Public Forums allow residents to speak directly to the Commissioners on...
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CSM Foundation Celebrates And Remember Colleagues And Friends With Engraved Bricks At Prince Frederick Campus

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Foundation was joined by faculty, staff and honored guests June 16 at the Prince Frederick Campus to memorialize supporters with engraved bricks laid in remembrance of loved ones, and to celebrate colleagues and friends of the CSM community who serve as the college’s champions. Purchased through the CSM Foundation, proceeds from the sale of the bricks go toward the student success fund.