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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 »
Wednesday, Jan. 11 | General
Fauquier Flashbacks - 1937, 1962 and 1987
Jan. 18, 1962: Arthur W. Arundel of Warrenton and Washington has been granted a license by the Federal Communications Commission to operate a 5,000-watt radio station in Charles Town, W.Va., the first station in the city’s history | More »
Wednesday, Jan. 11 | Education
Spelling bee champion a three-time winner
Warrenton Middle School seventh-grader Drew Marino won his third-straight Fauquier County spelling bee last Saturday, qualifying him for the regional bee in Fredericksburg in March. | More »
Saturday, Jan. 7 | General | On the Wild Side
Lead from shotgun pellets is poisoning area bald eagles
This story doesn’t have a happy ending | More »
Friday, Jan. 6 | General | People
Relay for life kicks off Jan. 10
A Team Captain Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 10 in the Sycamore Room at Fauquier Hospital where team representatives can gather information about the event and collect advice about fundraising activities | More »
Thursday, Jan. 5 | Education
Local elementary schools receive state honors
Five Fauquier County elementary schools received awards of excellence today from Governer Bob McDonnell and the Virginia Department of Education. | More »
Thursday, Jan. 5 | General | People
Mason Lee Kerns is the first baby of the new year at Fauquier Hospital
Arriving Jan. 3, little Mason Lee Kerns was the first baby born in Fauquier County in 2012. | More »
Thursday, Jan. 5 | Business
Dollar Tree prepares to double store size
The Warrenton store will expand into the adjacent space previously occupied by Bare Woods and Home Furnishings, which closed in April 2010 | More »

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