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Thursday, Oct. 27 | Entertainment | General
Old Town haunts featured on Halloween ‘Ghost Tour’
As October ends, trees shed their leaves, cool days grow shorter and county lore – replete with tales of odd occurrences in historic homes and Old Town offices – resurfaces. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 27
Fauquier chips away at foreclosure problem
From 2009 until October, the county used $1.3 million in federal money to buy, restore and resell seven foreclosed homes, mostly in the Bealeton area, to qualified first-time owners. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 27 | General
Old silo goes down
Construction crews working on the Warrenton Walmart expansion took down the old silo on E. Shirley Avenue early this morning. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 26 | Sports
Brianna Brizzi makes Pitt women’s basketball team as walk-on
Even after all her years of shooting and dribbling, lifting and sprinting, learning and exerting, Brianna Brizzi might not have become part of the University of Pittsburgh women’s basketball team if she hadn’t spent a little time sitting. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 26 | People
Goldvein boy receives clubhouse from Make-A-Wish
When 11-year-old Lane Mullins returned to his Goldvein home Sunday after a weekend visit to his dad’s house in Arlington, dozens of family, friends, and Make-A-Wish volunteers waited to unveil the surprise of a lifetime. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 26
Oct. 27 forum to focus on farm issues
The Fauquier Farm Bureau and the Fauquier Times-Democrat will sponsor a candidates’ forum on Thursday night at Warrenton Middle School at 244 Waterloo St. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 26 | General | People
Scary characters haunt the streets of The Plains
Some mighty interesting characters are hanging out in The Plains these days. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 26
Warrenton Wawa back on track
Wawa attributed the delay to a couple of site-work issues, which the company recently resolved with its contractor. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 26 | Education
Student journalists spread the written word
Despite an almost umbilical attachment to the Internet, Fauquier County high school journalists would rather have the dead-tree version of their student newspapers in hand than read the articles online. | More »
Sunday, Oct. 23 | Sports
A Jolley good search is on
A lieutenant from the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office is scouring the Fauquier High School campus for a very specific group of people: girls who want to play basketball. | More »
Sunday, Oct. 23 | Business
Middleburg CPA accused of misappropriation of funds
A principal with Yount, Hyde and Barbour, a well-known public accounting and business consulting firm, was terminated Oct. 6 after an internal investigation uncovered improprieties in the management of a client’s account | More »

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