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Thursday, Jun. 18 | General | People
Fauquier Flashback, 1987: Fauquier’s premier park dedicated
C.M. Crockett Park ceremony draws 1,500 | | More »
Tuesday, Jun. 9 | General | Government | People
Rick Gerhardt unseats Supervisor Lee Sherbeyn in GOP primary
Clerk of Court Gail Barb retains position in primary challenge | | More »
Monday, Jun. 8 | General | People
Fauquier Relay for Life raises $175,000
Community teams raise money to fight cancer in overnight relay | | More »
Monday, Jun. 8 | General | People
Fauquier veterans honor World War I hero in bridge renaming ceremony
U.S. 29 Bypass bridge renamed the PFC Clay Rankin Memorial Bridge | | More »
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Thursday, Jun. 4 | General | People
Hundreds to march against cancer Saturday in Fauquier Relay For Life
537 participants to take part in annual walk at Kettle Run High School | | More »
Wednesday, May. 20 | General | Government | People
GOP candidates offer contrasting visions for southern Fauquier’s future at debate
Candidates for Circuit Court clerk, Board of Supervisors debate before audience of 200 | | More »
Thursday, May. 7 | General | People
Vintage WWII planes buzz Old Town Warrenton
Dozens of vintage World War II airplanes flew low over Warrenton around lunchtime today on their way to tomorrow's Arsenal of Democracy flyover in Washington, D.C. | | More »
Friday, May. 1 | General | Government | People
Former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli stays active in Va. politics
Since leaving elected office, Cuccinelli has helped start an oyster farm, sued the NSA, led a U.S. Senate-focused conservative political action committee and founded a law firm specializes in representing guns owners. | | More »
Monday, Apr. 27 | General | Government | People
Longtime activist and community servant Bill Barr dies at 90
Barr volunteered for affordable housing, Fauquier trails, health and education groups | | More »
Wednesday, Apr. 22 | General | People
Finley Broaddus’ ‘Green Leap Forward’ fund jumps to $197,000
Late activist and cancer victim's fund to fuel tree-planting programs in W.Va. and Kenya | | More »
Wednesday, Apr. 22 | Business | General | People
Forum at community college to put spotlight on immigrant workers
Fauquier business and community leaders to speak about facts and personal experiences with immigrants | | More »
Tuesday, Apr. 21 | General | People | Public Safety
Victim services leaders honored at annual luncheon
Event is part of National Crime Victims' Rights Week. | | More »
Monday, Apr. 20 | General | People
Love life: Walker spreads his message state by state
After losing both children, this Florida man wants people to just love | | More »
Wednesday, Apr. 15 | General | Entertainment | People
Grammy-winning Nashville songwriter to play at Old Bust Head in leukemia fundraiser
Benefit concert to support C. Hunter Ritchie Elementary student with cancer | | More »
Monday, Apr. 13 | General | Government | People | photos
Cedar Run candidates to debate on May 19
Cedar Run Supervisor Lee Sherbeyn and challenger Rick Gerhardt will square off in a public debate at Liberty High School in Bealeton. | | More »
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