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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 »
Friday, Oct. 21 | Sports
Former FHS star picked as KRHS wrestling coach
Three-time state medalist Kenny Green, 25, was recently hired as the Kettle Run Cougars new head coach to replace David Kuzma, who began the Kettle Run wrestling program in 2008-09. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 20 | Education
Staff, students remember Cedar Lee teacher
A newly planted dogwood tree, as well as a permanent reading corner in the school library, offer a way to remember Robin Hoelen who passed away from complications of cystic fibrosis. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 20 | Business | Entertainment
Haunted Hollow scares up profits for Midland dairy operation
Agri-tourism supports family farms in Virginia | More »
Thursday, Oct. 20 | Public Safety
Phillips pleads to 2nd degree murder charge
State police initially charged Phillips with first-degree murder in connection with the Feb. 27, 2010 slaying of a Central State Hospital patient. Phillips was being evaluated at the Petersburg facility when he killed Justin L. Davis. | More »

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