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Whitener looks to reopen grill in fall of 2012

It will cost about $400,000 to rebuild the restaurant at the Fauquier Livestock Exchange near Marshall, according to cook Kevin Whitener. | More »

The last line of defense

Kettle Run and James Monroe both score points off turnovers, but only one will advance to the title game | More »

New math classes coming to high schools

Two new mathematics courses will be available to Fauquier County high school students next school year, according to a well-received proposal presented to school board members at Monday’s work session. | More »

Warrenton PD gains state accreditation

By successfully completing the re-accreditation process, the Warrenton Police Department retained its standing as one of 85 state-accredited law enforcement agencies in Virginia. | More »

Kettle Run students serve others with disabilities

Students in Kettle Run High School’s Agriculture Machinery II class are putting the finishing touches on a month-long project designed to meet the sensory needs of autistic and intellectually disabled students at their school. | More »

FCT presents holiday classic ‘A Christmas Carol’

Scrooge, Cratchit, and ghosts take to the stage Friday, Dec. 2 | More »

Public defenders serve underdogs

Attorneys maintain zest for leveling the field | More »

Young authors share passion and ideas on writing

After just three meetings, a teen writing club established earlier this fall at the Warrenton branch of the Fauquier Library has grown from a few participants to more than a dozen local students, all interested in sharing and discussing their creativ | More »

More than half of Va. students graduate in debt

The Project on Student Debt estimates two-thirds of all college seniors who graduated last year incurred an average debt load of $25,250. | More »

Barbershop competition heats up in Old Town

Watch out guys: There is a new barber in town, and she brings a sharp set of blades. | More »

Piedmont Symphony Orchestra holiday concert coming soon

Following a successful opening concert last month, the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra continues its 2011-12 season performances with an annual holiday concert in December. | More »

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