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Wednesday, Nov. 23 | Sports
She’s a Black Bear now
In festive ceremony, Liberty senior Elizabeth Wood accepts a women’s basketball scholarship offer by the University of Maine | More »
Tuesday, Nov. 22 | Business | General
Cost of Thanksgiving dinner increases in U.S.
Price tag for holiday meal rises 11 percent | More »
Tuesday, Nov. 22 | Education
Wakefield junior takes part in National Gallery of Art seminar
Sleeping in on Saturdays is not a luxury afforded to Wakefield School junior Katherine Weimer. In addition to normal weekly course work, the Manassas resident is participating in the National Gallery of Art’s 2011-12 High School Seminar. | More »
Sunday, Nov. 20 | Public Safety
Fauquier deputy completes CSI training
Fauquier Detective Michael Zeets joined a select group of local law enforcement officers when he graduated from the Virginia Forensic Science Academy. | More »
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 »

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