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Saturday, Nov. 19 | Education
Marshall students observe ‘Disabilities Awareness Month’
To learn what it feels like to be disabled, Marshall Middle School students participated in a day of activities designed to expose them to the realities of limited physical movement, vision, hearing, and speaking. | More »
Saturday, Nov. 19 | Public Safety
Child molester gets 35 years in prison
Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker sentenced Charles Lordell Jefferson Jr., 29, a former Fauquier resident, after an emotionally charged hearing | More »
Friday, Nov. 18 | General
Warrenton teen conquers the world
Samuel Sandler wins national Risk Classic championship | More »
Friday, Nov. 18 | Education
Bradley Elementary hosts career speaker
Local freelance writer Vineeta Ribeiro recently visited Bradley students as part of the schools "Career Connections" program, which gives students a taste for different careers through guest presentations. | More »
Thursday, Nov. 17 | Education
Highland Writer’s Assembly hosts author Joel Garreau
Highland Upper School students heard from Joel Garreau, author of "Radical Evolution: the promist and peril of enhaning our minds, our bodies," during the school's annual writer's assembly. | More »
Thursday, Nov. 17 | Business
Remodeled Claire’s features tavern atmosphere
Economics demanded that Claire Lamborne find a bigger audience for her Old Town Warrenton restaurant. | More »
Thursday, Nov. 17 | General
Opal flyover proceeds apace
After more than a decade of planning and false starts, the Opal flyover project has begun to take shape; $44.6 million project should be completed in 2013 | More »
Wednesday, Nov. 16 | Education
Guatemalan students visit Wakefield Country Day School
Four Guatemalan students are visiting Wakefield, strengthening their English and sharing their cultural heritage with the school's students. | More »
Wednesday, Nov. 16 | Business
Vint Hill EDA considers sale of entire assets
The Vint Hill Economic Development Authority is weighing the merits of two offers currently on the table to buy all of the authority’s assets at the former U.S. Army base. | More »
Wednesday, Nov. 16
Coyotes stalk livestock in northern Piedmont
That unusual sound you hear after dark throughout the Piedmont region — between the more familiar bark of distant dogs and the occasional passing plane — could very well be the yip and howl of the eastern coyote. | More »
Tuesday, Nov. 15 | Education
Author visit inspires Coleman students and teachers to write
Coleman Elementary recently received a visit from author Deborah Wiles, who inspired students and teachers with stories of her journey to becoming a writer and encouraged them to capture their own ideas on paper. | More »

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