Press conference by Stafford Commonwealth's Attorney Eric Olsen with comments from Hansel Rodriguez, son of Marta Haydee Rodriguez, who was mu…
Stafford County supervisors have voted to indefinitely suspend a proposal to rename portions of Jefferson Davis Highway after a Virginia State Police trooper who was killed along the road 23 years ago while on duty.
Althea Foerch, 104, receives the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccination on April 1, 2021.
Meet Ruby, the first bloodhound to join the Stafford County Sheriff's Office. At just a few months old, Ruby's main priorities are meeting new…
Dwayne Hoskins gives back to the community despite congestive heart failure.
Vulcan Materials' Glenn Cobb discusses long-term plans for the quarry in North Stafford.
Sarah Johnson of Stafford talks about what she's most looking forward to when life returns to normal.
Volunteers came together to form DMV2Texas, an initiative that aims to send relief supplies to people in need following winter storms that kno…
Stafford High School graduates Josalynn Holmes and Brandon Tremblay completed the county's first high school firefighter program while in scho…
Take a spin through icy roads in Stafford's Ridge Point subdivision.
Stafford is hoping to see continued commercial development in the Oakenwald-Centreport area off Interstate 95.
DHL announced in December that it will spend $72 million to build a 500,000-square-foot distribution facility in Venture Business Park in Staf…
An effort to rename Jefferson Davis Highway has cleared one more hurdle.
The Stafford deputies who shot a murder suspect during an incident Sunday morning were justified in their actions, the county’s head prosecutor has concluded, and will return to regular duty.
If what’s in the sewage is any indication, Stafford County has 10 times as many people walking around with COVID-19 than test results suggest.
STAFFORD — Police in Stafford County say a man is dead after shooting at police trying to serve an arrest warrant.
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A man who killed his older brother last year in Stafford County for reasons not even he can explain was ordered Friday to spend the rest of his life in prison.
Their jump list includes Normandy, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.
A young Stafford County woman picked up a felony charge Saturday after she repeatedly kicked one of the deputies who responded to a party that had gotten out of control, police said.