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daily newspapers still have some value, as moves in recent days have shown: Halifax Media Holdings LLC last week acquired Massachusetts' Worcester Telegram & Gazette, while a New York-based investment firm purchased The Free Lance-Star Publishing Co.
it was like a match, poof, and then it was gone," Ferguson told the Free Lance-Star, of Fredericksburg.
As soon as we looked up, the thing blew up right there … it was like a match, poof, and then it was gone," Ferguson told the Free Lance-Star of Fredericksburg.
Free Lance-Star in March raved about Andina's chicken salad sandwich on black bread.
As she told a writer for the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star, "[The children] came up with amazing drawings of animals, and they'd never seen a paintbrush before.
The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, Virginia, had been an idyllic newspaper of sorts--a family-owned, high-quality, award-winning, highly profitable daily where morale was high and turnover rare.
David Reed, Associated Press, Tech Rape Lawsuit Argued in Court, The Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg, Va.
Free Lance-Star, written by Keith Epps and sent in by alert reader Venetia Sims, this particular snake, a 4-foot Burmese python identified only as ``a Spotsylvania County snake,'' was apprehended by an Alcoholic Beverage Control agent and the Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office in connection with a liquor-store robbery.