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Wednesday, Nov. 2 | General | People
Funding shortfall forces food bank to cut hours
At a meeting last week, the Fauquier Community Action Committee board decided to cut by half the hours of operation for the food bank it operates on E. Shirley Avenue in Warrenton. | More »
Tuesday, Nov. 1 | Entertainment
Wakefield sinks its teeth into Dracula
Trick-or-treating has come and gone, but the haunting will continue at Wakefield School in The Plains, where theater rehearsals are in full swing for the fall production of Dracula. | More »
Tuesday, Nov. 1 | Education
School opens doors to international students
Every year, Wakefield Country Day School welcomes approximately 12 international high school students for a year-long study program. | More »
Monday, Oct. 31 | Government
Fauquier to hold historic structure tax credit workshop
More than 1,500 Fauquier County historic structures may qualify for hefty federal and state income tax credits. But just 14 property owners have participated in the programs, according to the county. | More »
Sunday, Oct. 30 | Government
Fisher to resign as GOP committee chairman
Potential conflict of interest as Commonwealth’s Attorney cited by critics | More »
Friday, Oct. 28 | Government | People
Warrenton celebrates Eva Walker Park improvements
Rain or shine, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at the park, located on Alexandria Pike, at 10 a.m. Saturday. | More »
Friday, Oct. 28 | Public Safety
State Police host drug take-back day
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, residents can turn in unwanted and unused prescription drugs at the Virginia State Police Division 2 Headquarters, located at 15148 State Police Road in Culpeper. | More »
Friday, Oct. 28 | Education
Graduate surveys reveal overall positive experiences
Fauquier County Public School graduates continue to rate their overall experience highly, according to a report on senior exit surveys. | More »
Friday, Oct. 28 | Government
McCulla to seek pay raise for county workers
In what looks like a hard sell, County Administrator Paul McCulla plans to propose a 2 to 3 percent pay raise for county government and school workers next year. | More »
Friday, Oct. 28 | Government
Earthquake impact not as bad as feared
Recent analyses by two engineering consulting firms reveal that the quake, which registered 5.8 on the Richter scale, merely cracked plaster walls inside the red-brick John Marshall Building. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 27 | Entertainment
Foxcroft sponsors Yale Whiffenpoofs in concert
Excitement at Foxcroft School is building as staff and students anticipate a record crowd when the Whiffenpoofs of Yale University take the stage. | More »

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