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Friday, May. 20 | Business | General | People
Marketing scion branches out
As one-time powerhouse McKinsey Development transitions away from a full-service marketing agency, a scion is looking to bloom on her own. | | More »
Friday, May. 20 | Business | General | People
New names in horse country fashion
After nearly a year of planning, Jennifer Gray Calcagno and Brittany Hartz have launched their own clothing line, SigAshop, inspired by a bohemian twist on their childhood memories on horse farms. | | More »
Tuesday, May. 10 | Education | People | with video
Mary Walter autism students’ make heartwarming video
Two fifth grade autism students at Mary Walter Elementary School used Legos and stop-motion animation to make a video about why they love their school. | | More »
Wednesday, Apr. 20 | Education | People
Warrenton man named as Lord Fairfax’s 2016 Distinguished Alumni
Thomas Kirk to be honored at Friday luncheon | | More »
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Tuesday, Apr. 12 | General | People
25 tons of fresh food or bust
Jim Hankins, Fauquier Education Farm coordinator, wants to harvest more than 50,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables to give to hungry families this year. | | More »
Monday, Apr. 11 | General | People
Virginia Press Association honors Fauquier Times reporters and photographers
Fauquier Times staff brings home four first-place awards from annual competition. | | More »
Wednesday, Apr. 6 | General | People
Home again, pitching the gospel
Derrick Rawlings, a senior pitcher for Fauquier High School in 2000, had no inkling he would one day come back to his hometown and open a church within sight of his home field. | | More »
Thursday, Mar. 31 | General | People
Deardoff visits Cuba
President Barack Obama recently made a historic visit to Cuba. But retired Fauquier High history teacher Richard Deardoff beat him to the punch. | | More »
Friday, Mar. 18 | General | Entertainment | People
History buffs invade Old Town Warrenton
Three reenactors in revolutionary-era uniforms drew some attention by the John Marshall statue in Old Town Warrenton Friday morning. | | More »
Thursday, Mar. 17 | Education | People
John Green seeks vacated Fauquier School Board seat
Bealeton resident files letter of interest | | More »
Tuesday, Mar. 1 | General | Education | People
Sheryl Wolfe steps down from school board, creating vacancy
Fauquier school board member to move home to Reno | | More »
Friday, Feb. 19 | Business | General | People
Marc J. Bogan to lead The Fauquier Bank
Bogan succeeds Randy Ferrell as bank's president | | More »
Sunday, Feb. 14 | General | People
Bruce Trow Hanback passes at age 91
Warrenton builder passed away Feb. 10 at his home. | | More »
Saturday, Feb. 13 | Business | General | People | photos
Association honors three Fauquier Angus breeders
The Virginia Angus Association met Feb. 6 to elect a new board of directors and honor Fauquier cattle breeders. | | More »
Wednesday, Feb. 10 | General | People
Marvin Mills to lead Piedmont Boy Scouts
Executive director comes from Fredericksburg to lead 46 scouting units in Fauquier and Culpeper | | More »
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