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Monday, Jan. 16 | Public Safety
Warrenton gets new top cop
It’s official; acting Warrenton Police Chief Lou Battle is now the town’s top cop. He has been acting chief since his predecessor, Chief Connie Novak, retired last year. | More »
Sunday, Jan. 15
Rev. Dr. Eugene Johnson featured as keynote MLK Day speaker
The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated at two events Monday in Warrenton. | More »
Saturday, Jan. 14 | General | People
Dr. Servideo retires after 30 years at Fauquier Hospital
Servideo has watched the emergency department grow from a four-room, six-bed center that served 10,000 patients in 1977, to the 29-bed, state-of-the-art facility that served 35,000 patients last year | More »
Friday, Jan. 13
The ‘Man Who Came to Dinner’ brings comic relief to FCT stage
The 1930s-era play revolves around an egotistical cultural critic and radio personality who overstays his welcome on a dinner visit to a Midwestern home | More »
Friday, Jan. 13 | Sports
Virginia Tech, UVa, Maryland all courting Teller
Liberty High junior lineman Wyatt Teller has garnered 10 scholarship offers from NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision teams, and Liberty coach Tommy Buzzo expects the offers to keep rolling in | More »
Friday, Jan. 13 | Public Safety
Lucky Hill Road resident sees no need for speed
Beth Swift thinks it’s only a matter of time before someone gets killed | More »
Thursday, Jan. 12 | Education
Virginia Schools Earn High Marks from ‘Education Week’
Schools in the commonwealth rank fourth in the nation in overall educational quality, according to an announcement by "Education Week," a leading national education journal. | More »
Thursday, Jan. 12 | Business
Warrenton Sheetz gets top-to-bottom facelift
Inside and out, the Warrenton Sheetz at Lee Highway and Blackwell Road will be remodeled at an estimated $247,000 | More »
Thursday, Jan. 12 | Government
Old Remington bridge deemed ‘deficient’
On a federal government “sufficiency rating” scale of 1 to 100, with 100 being the top score, the Remington bridge received only a 14.2, according to VDOT | More »
Wednesday, Jan. 11 | Sports
Fauquier football coach Mark Scott resigns
After four seasons as Fauquier High’s head football coach, Mark Scott resigned Wednesday. Scott said he wants to spend more time with his daughters Cassidy, 5, and Seneca, 3, and his wife Johnna. | More »
Wednesday, Jan. 11 | Entertainment
Love comes to Fauquier High theater stage
Love is in the air this week at Fauquier High School, as the theater department prepares to open its winter play “Almost, Maine” on Friday. | More »

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