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Pair charged with dealing Man charged with murder drugs in North Stafford after cousin found dead Two men believed to be involved in a shooting at a residence in North Stafford were arrested by Stafford County Sheriff ’s Office deputies on Nov. 27, according to sheriff ’s office spokesperson Amanda VicinanEKOW ADAMS zo. At 6:11 p.m., a caller reported hearing a shot and believed a bullet entered his apartment on the 1000 block of Providence Street. Sgt. Zotos went to the location and saw two people near a vehicle. When they ran, he chased them but lost sight of them in the woods behind the apartments. Units set up a perimeter and the police dog and drone teams were called to assist. A bag of marijuana, two firearms and cash were found in the vehicle. One firearm was reported stolen in Prince William County. Deputy Smith and his police dog started to track around the apartments when deputies received a report of a suspicious person in the backyard of a residence on the 200 block of Providence Street. Deputy Demirci and his police dog, Steele, began tracking in that location and

found one of the suspects hiding in the bushes. The man, later identified as Ekow Nkansah Adams, 22, of Dumfries, did not comply with the deputy’s commands, so the dog apprehended the suspect, VicinanJAVON WILLIAMS zo said. Adams was treated at the scene for a bite to his hip area, but he refused transport to a hospital. At the same time, detectives were told of a suspicious person entering a hotel. The man, later identified as Javon Alberto Williams, 20, of Stafford County, was found in the hotel bathroom and determined to be the second person. Both men were incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail. Adams is charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a stolen firearm, obstruction of justice, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and drunk in public. He was held without bond. Williams is charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and obstruction of justice. He was held in lieu of a $5,500 secured bond.

A Fredericksburg man was charged with second degree murder in the Nov. 25 death of his cousin in south Stafford, according to Stafford County Sheriff ’s Office spokesperson Amanda Vicinanzo. Matthew David Roberson, 42, allegedly killed Larry Dean Roberson, 54, of Newton Road, and then called authorities to report a medical MATTHEW ROBERSON

Attempted capital murder charged following standoff A 35-year-old Fredericksburg man who held sheriff ’s office personnel at bay for more than eight hours and intermittently fired a weapon finally surrendered after chemicals were shot into the residence on Nov. 30, according to Stafford County Sheriff ’s Office spokesperson Amanda Vicinanzo. Brandon Hunt, 35, is charged with attempted capital murder of a law enforcement officer, discharging a firearm within an occupied dwelling and reckless handling of a firearm. He is incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond.

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Hunt barricaded himself in a residence on the 100 block of Empress Alexandra Place in the Hartwood area after firing a shot at approximately 7:09 p.m. After the initial shot was fired, family members left the residence and called the sheriff ’s office. The SWAT team, drone team, police dog units and negotiators responded to the scene. Over the next several hours Hunt continued to intermittently fire his weapon and move around the house as sheriff ’s office personnel attempted negotiations. At approximately 3:30 a.m. Hunt was taken into custody without incident.

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Governor creates highway safety leadership team Gov. Ralph Northam created an Executive Leadership Team on Highway Safety on Dec. 4. He is asking the the group to come up with ways to reduce the rising number of fatalities on Virginia’s roadways. The team is comprised of representatives from the Virginia departments of Motor Vehicles, Transportation, Health, Education, and State Police. “Nearly every crash is preventable and

problem. Evidence revealed the victim died of blunt force trauma. The motive remains under investigation according to Stafford County detectives, Vicinanzo said. Deputies were called to Larry Roberson’s home on Nov. 25 at 12:17 p.m. after he was found suffering “obvious trauma,” Vicinanzo said.

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Stafford County fills business development position Marc Smith from Fredericksburg was hired as the business development professional at the Stafford County Economic Development & Tourism office, according to a news release. Smith will be contacting existing businesses to help with their expansion and attracting new business investment to the county. He will work with Rick Cobert, manager for economic development, and the Stafford County Economic Development Authority to support business growth.

“Marc brings close to 15 year of experience in commercial real estate development and economic development, most recently with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership recruiting and attracting major businesses to the commonwealth,” John Holden, ED&T director, said. “Marc brings substantial local development knowledge, having previously worked for Spotsylvania County, WJ Vakos Companies, Jarrell Properties Inc and Chrismarr Commercial.” Smith attended elementary school in Stafford.

Fredericksburg Baseball teams up with Rappahannock Goodwill Fredericksburg Baseball, the organization that will run the Potomac Nationals when the team moves from Prince William County, is partnering with Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, according to a news release. The partnership will feature games sponsored by RGI, employment successes in “Seventh Inning Stories,” accept donations of used items, fill employment openings at the facility and sell team merchandise in Goodwill stores. “This partnership is a win-win for the community of Fredericksburg,

RGI and our organization,” said Potomac Nationals Team President and COO Lani Weiss. “With the commitment from Rappahannock Goodwill, we will be able to generate an initiative to create jobs in the community and highlight the many services of RGI in the community to our home crowd.” Fredericksburg Baseball will begin Carolina League play in 2020 at Celebrate Virginia South on Carl D. Silver Parkway near the Fredericksburg Expo & Convention Center.

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Hazel Run to perform free concert St. George’s Episcopal Church will host local band Hazel Run on Sunday, Dec. 16 at 3 p.m. The band is a Fredericksburgbased quartet drawing on Americana, soul and rock influences for their folk sound. Members Karen Richardson, Linda LaFave, Stephen Hu and Stuart Whitford are multi-instrumentalists whose voices blend in harmonies reminiscent of CSNY,

America and Peter, Paul and Mary. Hazel Run will perform a combination of original songs and their interpretations of other artists’ material. Admission is free, with donations accepted at the door. The church is located at 905 Princess Anne St. in Fredericksburg. For more, contact 540-373-4133 or concerts@stgeorgesepiscopal.net.

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High school broadcast teams win state competition Under the direction of media teacher William Leap, students at North Stafford and Brooke Point high schools earned first class awards for broadcasting at the Virginia High School League State Championships in October. North Stafford’s daily news program, NS-6 News, and Brooke Point’s BP13 News earned the top title for their

broadcasts. Both programs air new material 140 times a year produced by beginning broadcasting classes and feature content produced by advanced broadcast class students. The North Stafford students are currently working on a new program called “North Stafford NOW”, a magazine-format program dedicated to the school division.

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the top MBHS chorus programs, including the Madrigals and Jazz ensembles, along with senior choral students. The same students, along with other MVHS chorus classes, also will perform at the Candlelight Processional at Epcot in Walt Disney World, on Dec. 8 with Whoopi Goldberg as the celebrity reader during their performance.

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The Virginia School Boards Association created Take Your Legislator to School Month to build stronger relationships between public education and the Virginia General Assembly. Take Your Legislator to School Month is in November, and gives legislators an opportunity to observe what is happening in Virginia schools. It is also a good opportunity for students to meet and interact with elected officials. Stafford County Public Schools welcomed several local legislators and School Board members to visit division classrooms. Delegates Bob Thomas, Mark Cole and Jennifer Carroll Foy, along with Superintendent Scott Kizner, School Board members

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Holly Hazard, Sarah Chase, and Pamela Yeung, and Stafford County Supervisor Jack Cavalier, saw first-hand what learning looks like in SCPS. At the core of Stafford County Public Schools’ strategic plan is C5W, the set of skills and abilities that all SCPS graduates will possess to succeed in future education, work and citizenship. C5W encompasses communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, citizenship and wellness, and embodies the philosophy of preparing students to become not just 21st century learners, but all century learners. Classrooms in Grafton Village, Hartwood and Widewater elementary schools highlighted the C5W environment for the visitors. Legislators and special guests took part in physical education, music, math and science classes and gave students an opportunity to learn about the legislators’ jobs.

Rappahannock Adult Activities is accepting orders for holiday poinsettias. Proceeds from the sale of poinsettias support day programs which provide adults with developmental disabilities opportunities for exercise, education and excursions. The plants come in two sizes: 4-inch, red poinsettias for $5 each and 6-inch poinsettias for $10. The larger plants are available in red, white, pink and a pink-white combination The poinsettias are now available for delivery. Participants in RAAI’s day support program can make arrangements for weekday delivery of orders of five or more poinsettias. Orders of less than five poinsettias are available for pick-up between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the greenhouse, 750 Kings Highway in Stafford County. Order online at www.rappahannockareacsb.org/poinsettia. Or, call RAAI at 540/373-7643 to place an order over the phone.

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University of Mary Washington has been accredited for its College of Business by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, International. UMW is one of only five U.S. schools to receive the accreditation this year, which is earned by 5 percent of the world’s schools offering business degrees. Founded in 1916, AACSB is the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools. Each school has undergone a lengthy, rigorous process of assessment for the school’s ability to perform in critical areas, such as teaching, research, curricula development and student learning, according to AACSB. The University of Mary Washington set An I-beam from one of the towers of the World Trade Center and a section of the facade from the Pentagon were installed at the National Museum of the Marine Corps on Dec. 4. The gallery space housing the artifacts will highlight the terrorists’ strikes on Sept. 11, 2001, and is scheduled to open around April. Other artifacts, as well as cast figures, are slated for display in the galleries, which chronicle the history of the Leathernecks. Above, workers position the part of the Pentagon façade beside the I-beam already in place, at right. ALEKS DOLZENKO/INSIDENOVA

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a goal for AACSB accreditation shortly after the establishment of its College of Business in 2010. Under the leadership Dean Lynne Richardson, the school shaped its curriculum, programs and faculty to meet the 15 international standards required for accreditation. “UMW takes great pride in becoming one of the nation’s elite institutions having a fully accredited College of Business,” said UMW President Troy D. Paino. “This distinction is testimony to the diligent efforts over a number of years on the part of dozens of people across campus, most especially the College of Business faculty and staff. Of course, the true beneficiaries of international accreditation are our students, alumni and the organizations that hire our graduates.”

Imaging centers receive awards The Imaging Center for Women and Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg at North Stafford have received the 2018 Guardian of Excellence Award for Patient Experience from Press Ganey, according to a news release. Press Ganey is a provider of patient experience measurement, performance analytics and strategic advisory solutions for health care organizations. The Guardian

of Excellence Awards recognize providers who have achieved the 95th percentile for patient experience, employee or physician engagement, or clinical quality performance. “Imaging Center for Women and Medical Imaging of North Stafford have received this award for the past two years,” said Aatif Rahman, director of Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg LLC.

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Firefighters planning Santa runs through Stafford neighborhoods The Stafford Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting “Santa runs” from Station 2 over five nights this season, beginning around 5:30-6 p.m. each night • Friday, Dec. 14: Executive Circle, Courthouse Square, Stafford Oaks, Bells Hill Road, Somerset Landing and Summerwood • Saturday, Dec. 15: Courthouse Manor and Abberly Waterstone (following Stafford Christmas Parade) • Friday, Dec. 21: Arbor Grove, Stonegate, Hampton Oaks, Park Ridge, Stafford Christmas parade participants wave to the crowd in 2017.

Whitson Run, Settler’s Landing • Saturday, Dec. 22: Patriot’s Landing, Stone Hill, Cabin Creekwood, Perry Farms, Sunningdale, Foxwood Village and Woodstream • Sunday, Dec. 23: Colonial Forge, Embrey Mill, Autumn Ridge and Austin Ridge. The firefighters will host an event at the end of the run on Dec. 22 at Stafford Marketplace. Follow the Stafford Volunteer Fire Department on Facebook for maps and more info.

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The 2018 Stafford Christmas parade will follow the same route as last year — but it will be going in the opposite direction. Parade units will assemble at the Jeff Rouse Swim Center and Embrey Mill Park, 1600 Mine Road, and move along Mine Road past the Embrey Mill community. The judging stage will be at Shields Drive and Mine Road. A Christmas Village will be set up in the parking lot in front of the swim center, like last year. Parking will be available at Colonial Forge High School and at the VDOT commuter lot on Va. 630 near Interstate-95. Free shuttles will run from 11:45 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 15.

CHRISTMAS EVENTS Dec. 15 1 p.m. Reindeer Run starts 1:30 p.m. Frosty 5K starts 2:30 p.m. running awards presented 3 p.m. Stafford Ballet performs 4 p.m.: Wylder performs 4:55 p.m. Christmas Tree lighting 5 p.m. Stafford Christmas parade begins 6 p.m. Wylder performs 7 p.m. Christmas Village closes

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This Christmas Talent Competition Saturday, December 8 Woodbridge Senior High School

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The shows will be at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8, and 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9. The choral society will be under the direction of conductor Jordan Davidson and accompanied by Marilla Haas. This year’s program includes singers and instrumentalists from Brooke Point High School.

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Head Start lists Do we need breed-specific legislation? upcoming events CRITTER CORNER | KAREN PEAK

I am lucky to live in an area with laws that focus more on the act a dog commits and not judging a dog as dangerous based solely on breed. However, in many areas there are active calls to enact breed-specific legislations. BSL can be anything from requiring special licensing to a complete ban on specific breeds or types of dogs. All dogs have inherited traits, and specific breeds were developed for various jobs. Therefore, a border collie is behaviorally what a border collie is and not behaviorally a border terrier. Over the decades I have worked with many breeds of dogs targeted in BSL. Many of them were great dogs from responsible, knowledgeable sources and living with responsible, knowledgeable owners. The key words here are “responsible” and “knowledgeable.” Responsible, knowledgeable sources and owners help reduce the risk of incidents from any type of dog. When an incident happens, how it is reported for statistics varies area to area. Let’s look at three bite situations. A young puppy is trying to grab a toy that a child pulled too close to his face. The pup caught skin when he grabbed for the toy. A child intentionally jumped off furniture and onto the family dog. After several times, the dog bit the child.

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A dog with a known bite history jumped a low fence to attack a pedestrian across the street. In some jurisdictions, each of these would be reported as the same for statistical purposes, even though each situation is vastly different. Other communities may report the cause of the incident in their data. Additionally, people are more likely to report bites from certain types of dogs. This can skew data and make it look like more bites come from specific types of dogs. Often the descriptions used in BSL proposals are vague. What type of dog do you think of when you read the following? Strongly built, medium-sized, shortcoupled dog possessing a sound, athletic, well-balanced conformation that enables it to function… Physical features and mental characteristics should denote a dog bred to perform as an efficient... The most distinguishing characteristics of the XYZ are its short, dense, weather-resistant coat… a clean-cut head with broad back skull and moderate stop; powerful jaws… The above was taken from the American Kennel Club standard for the Labrador retriever. I attended a BSL education lecture in a region calling for BSL. In preparation for the talk, one of the lecturers asked the animal control officer for that city to look at pictures and show the pit bulls.

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The officer called every dog a pit or pit cross. The pictures included a Labrador retriever, bullmastiff, boxer, Rottweiler, bulldog and mastiff. All the dogs were purebred show dogs. There were no pictures of pit bulls presented to the officer. Could this person be trusted to identify dogs? Those who are pro-BSL claim the procedure will reduce dog bites. There is evidence contrary to this assumption going back years, such as “Will breed-specific legislation reduce dog bites?” JH Bandow, Canadian Veterinary Journal. 1996 Aug; 37(8): 478–481. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih. gov/pmc/articles/PMC1576444 . Instead of BSL, communities should enact and enforce dog laws that address how dogs are maintained and managed. How many people ignore dog laws and are not being responsible owners? Also, more outreach with public education regarding how to behave around dogs and how to handle neighborhood concerns with irresponsible dog owners is needed. Fair laws, enforcement of laws and public education go further to reduce dog-related incidents than bans of specific types of dogs. Karen Peak is the developer of The Safe Kids/Safe Dogs Project and owner/operator of West Wind Dog Training in Prince William County.

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HOROSCOPES ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20) The Moon’s return is a chance to capitalise on both, with your financial instincts and imagination able to merge with Mercury’s smart head for money and Venus’ less objective focus. All of a sudden the money gods have brought money matters back into play, with an opportunity for a do over. This time around you know now what you didn’t then.

LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) Venus and Mercury both left over a month ago, so while Jupiter was still here and over the last 48 hours both have returned for double dip visits. Venus and Mercury know where all the buried treasure is buried and as they are joined by the Moon, your instincts and nose for money will become sharper. This comes just as forces across the income, work and career fronts are coming.

TAURUS (Apr. 21- May 21) While the Moon still has one more visit to your work and career sectors before the year is over, there is now no more planetary activity in either of your two professional houses. There is more than enough momentum to keep the wheels of this professional year turning. However, as the professional gods’ last means of contact was through the Moon and Venus it is important to listen to your heart and gut.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) No matter how many new doors have opened and however powerful the pull from the future has been, with continuous planetary activity in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart over the last four months, the past has had a hold on you. That changed with Venus’ departure yesterday and return to Scorpio. The past has let you go, allowing you to fully embrace the future.

GEMINI (May 22-June 21) Mercury retrograded back out of your relationship sector, but with the Sun and Jupiter there, your relationships are still in safe hands. However, Venus left a playful part of your chart where there is no other planetary activity and as the Moon leaves, keeping this influence alive is now in your hands. As even the Moon shifts to a more busy focus, maintaining a balance between work and play all of a sudden becomes a priority. CANCER (June 22-July 22) It is likely to feel like you are waiting for a few more things to fall into place before they take off, which is the reality. In terms of when the professional gods will have all their ducks in a row, you are probably looking at the New Year, though that doesn’t mean nothing is happening before then. Until then you have a valuable chance to find a balance between work and play. LEO (July 23-Aug 22) The concept of hope and confidence are fragile because they often can’t be explained and can easily be destroyed. They are fragile, they also have the power to move mountains, making them something that needs nurturing and protecting, especially against your own negative self talk. Right now the gods are doing a good job of raising both your hope and confidence on a number of fronts. VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) Even without Venus and Mercury having both returned for double dip visits to your communication sector, forces across the communication, friendship and relationship fronts were already coming together. This means that as you move into some stunning days for personal and professional networking, friendship and relationship building, the communication gods are there.

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21) Without Mercury in retrograde motion in Sagittarius, you are now able to move forward into and embrace this new solar year. With a New Moon later in the week, there is a chance coming up to embrace the journey ahead. Yet with the lines between the past, present and future blurred, a rush mentality is unable to take hold. CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20) It is pure coincidence that Venus and Mercury have both returned for rare double dip visits to a social and serendipitous part of your chart over the last 48 hours. Yet their timing couldn’t be better, bringing them back in time to support a major triple alignment of communication, friendship and relationship building forces that begins. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) With all planetary activity on both the playful and adventurous fronts now over for the year, but these final weeks of 2018 literally getting busier by the day, maintaining a balance between work and play is now your responsibility. Even the professional gods, who are experiencing an exciting resurgence, don’t want life to become all work and no play. Yet the only one that can now guard against that is you. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) First Mercury and then Venus returned to an adventurous part of your chart, in time to support an already strong coming together of nostalgic, romantic, adventurous and passionate forces. If the professional gods were inclined to fight back they would have a battle on their hands. For now, there is no fight back, with even the professional gods appreciating the importance of having a balance between work and play. WWW.HOROSCOPEASTROLOGYTAROT.COM

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bles, Buttercup, e.g. 33. *Chilly Willy’s home 34. Oozes 36. Fill beyond full 38. Do like bees 42. Hid under a rug 45. What Toulouse-Lautrec and Zeta-Jones have in common 49. “But I heard him exclaim, ____ he drove out of sight,” 51. Vital 54. Artemis’ companion 56. In the know 57. Attention grabber 58. Antioxidant-rich berry 59. He’s one behind Belichick 60. Mother Goose’ “Dame ____ and Her Cat” 61. What victim did in court 62. Fairway club 63. Book ____, pl. 66. *”Beavis and ButtHead” channel 68. “____ Spot go”

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FRI | DEC 7

Rooftop Productions' ‘A Christmas Carol, The Musical’ - Through Dec. 9 | $18-$22 Center for the Arts 9419 Battle St., Manassas, VA 20110 Get in the holiday spirit with the Broadway version of “A Christmas Carol, the Musical.” Buy tickets at InsideNoVaTix. com!

American Festival Pops Orchestra 8 p.m. | $33-$55 Hylton Performing Arts Center 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, VA 20109 The American Festival Pops Orchestra presents its annual holiday concert with classics like Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride” and “A Christmas Festival,” the ever-popular carol sing-a-long, and fun musical surprises.

Lunch With Santa - 10:30 a.m. | $15 Rowser Building, 1739 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford, VA 22554 For ages 1-5. Santa provides good cheer and delicious goodies. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Parents can purchase lunch for $4. www. staffordcountyva.gov

SAT | DEC 8

Holiday Sip & Shop Extravaganza 10 a.m | Free The Zen Lounge 9042 Hornbaker Road, Manassas, VA 20109 Wine tasting (for registered guests). First 100 receive a swag bag of goodies. RSVP at InsideNoVaTix.com.

Santa Flies In To Stafford Airport 9 a.m. | $5 per digital photo. Stafford Regional Airport 75 Aviation Way, Fredericksburg, VA 22406 Santa's pre-Christmas mission is to help the Ninety-nine's with their Christmas airlift by collecting unwrapped toys and/ or personal care items for hospitalized veterans. Along with collecting gifts, Santa, his personal pilot and his vintage Stearman are available for some very special Christmas photo ops from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. A photographer will be on hand and digital photos can be purchased for $5 each. All proceeds go toward The Outdoor Center for aviation education. This will be an outdoor play, learn & picnic area at the airport!

The Vienna Boys Choir will perform Sunday, Dec. 9, at the Hylton Performing Arts Center.

Holiday Drop and Shop 6:30-9:30 p.m. | $20 Stafford Gymnastics and Recreation Center 500 Nelms Circle, Stafford, VA 22405 Finish last-minute shopping while the kids are entertained with gymnastics games, snacks and holiday fun. Pre-registration required. www. staffordcountyva.gov

Visit with Santa Dec. 8 and 11 2 p.m. | Free National Museum of the Marine Corps 18900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Triangle, VA 22172

TUE | DEC 11

Graham Cracker House Workshop 6 p.m. | $10 Rowser Building 1739 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford, VA 22554 Learn how to make a graham cracker house using frosting, candy and other holiday goodies. www.staffordcountyva. gov. Ages 3+ (under 8 need an adult helper).

WED | DEC 12

Enjoy a puppet show and other activities during your visit. Bring your camera for visit with Santa.

Holiday Open House 6:30 p.m. | Free Porter Branch Library 2001 Parkway Blvd., Stafford, VA 22554

SUN | DEC 9

Celebrate the season with crafts, activities and refreshments, plus a visit with Santa.

Vienna Boys Choir - 2 p.m. | $33-$55 Hylton Performing Arts Center 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, VA 20109 One of the most revered boys choirs in the world presents its popular Christmas concert, including performances of classical masterpieces and contemporary favorites.

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Grow a Reader: Winter Wonder 10 and 11 a.m. | Free Howell Branch Library 806 Lyons Blvd., Fredericksburg, VA 22406 All ages with a caregiver.

THU | DEC 13

Christmas Luncheon - 11:30 a.m. | $6

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Rowser Building, 1739 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford, VA 22554 Senior Citizen Council’s annual luncheon with turkey, ham and all the trimmings, along with holiday games and entertainment. Tickets limited, won’t be sold at the door. www.staffordcountyva. gov

FRI | DEC. 14

Grow a Reader Special: Countdown to Christmas - 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. | Free Porter Branch Library 2001 Parkway Blvd., Stafford, VA 22554 Stories, songs and activities with a visit from Satna. All ages with a caregiver.

SAT DEC. 15

The Polar Express Pajama Party 6 p.m. | $17 Sweet ZeN7 Health Bar and More 12757 Braemar Village Plaza, Bristow, VA 20136 Enjoy a cup of hot cocoa or cider and cookies with Santa and friends. Arts and crafts to go along with the movie. Get tickets at InsideNoVaTix.com!

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AUCTIONS PRIMORIS FLEET REALIGNMENT AUCTION. Online bidding for trucks, trailers, backhoes, compressors and more. Dec 7 at 5 pm to Dec 13 at 11 am motleysindustrial.com or 1-877-MOTLEYS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND TRUCKS AUCTION Online Only Sale. Dec 9 – 11 at 11 a.m. Accepting Consignments, Richmond, VA motleysindustrial.com or 1-877-MOTLEYS ATTN. AUCTIONEERS: Advertise your upcoming auctions statewide or in other states. Affordable Print and Digital Solutions reaching your target audiences. Call this paper or Landon Clark at Virginia Press Services 804-521-7576, landonc@vpa.net REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LAKEFRONT CONDO, SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE 2 bdrm, 2 bath, ground floor, furnished. Accelerated sale. Bid on site or online, Dec. 14, 3 – 4 p.m. motleys.com or 1-877-MOTLEYS

Paradise Diner, LLC, trading as Paradise Diner, 260 Warrenton Rd, Fredericksburg, Stafford County, Virginia 224051328. The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine and Beer On Premises and Mixed Beverage license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. LAW OFFICES OF STEPHEN H. LEE, PC Note: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200

ATTN. REALTORS: Advertise your listings regionally or statewide. Print and Digital Solutions that get results! Call Landon Clark at Virginia Press Services 804-521-7576, landonc@vpa.net SERVICES DIVORCE–Uncontested, $395+$86 court cost. No court appearance. Estimated completion time twenty-one days. Telephone inquiries welcome-no obligation. Hilton Oliver, Attorney (Facebook) 757-490-0126. Se Habla Español. BBB Member. WANTED TO BUY OR TRADE FREON R12 WANTED: CERTIFED BUYER will PAY CA$H for R12 cylinders or cases of cans. (312) 291-9169; www.refrigerantfinders.com

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