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Wednesday, May. 18 | Business
Resole America on firm footing
Taking a cue from the recycling trend of the 21st century, Resole America has found a nearly recession-proof business, one that manages to thrive even through the struggling U.S. economy. | More »
Wednesday, May. 18 | Business | General
Dominion activates controversial power line
Two months ahead of schedule, Dominion Virginia Power in April flipped the switch on its controversial 500,000-volt transmission line through parts of Fauquier and adjoining counties. | More »
Wednesday, May. 18 | Government
Ledgerton, D’Urso announce re-election bids
Fauquier County Treasurer Elizabeth A. "Beth" Ledgerton and Commissioner of Revenue Ross D'Urso both confirmed Monday that they plan to seek re-election in November. | More »
Wednesday, May. 18 | Business | Government
Planners get first look at Vint Hill propsal
EDA Director Edwin "Ike" Broaddus and land-planning consultant Joe Wiltse last week gave planners a detailed presentation of a village center proposal. | More »
Wednesday, May. 18 | Sports
Fauquier’s Flournoy earns state wrestling honor
It was too late for vindication, so Greg Flournoy was happy to settle for validation. After finishing his Fauquier High School wrestling career with a disappointing fifth-place finish at the Group AA state tournament in February | More »
Friday, May. 13 | Business | Public Safety
Hospital earns stroke-care accreditation
In April, the hospital received The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval in the area of primary stroke care, making it the closest and best choice for treatment. | More »
Friday, May. 13 | Business
Bealeton opens fourth farmers’ market in county
By summer, when more and different crops become available, organizer Jerry Headley believes as many as 15 vendors may be participating in the market. | More »
Friday, May. 13 | Business | Government
Town OKs Walmart expansion
With a unanimous vote, the Warrenton Town Council on Tuesday approved Walmart's expansion plans. | More »
Wednesday, May. 11 | Business
Warrenton company claims ‘best combat shotgun design’
C-More Competition recently won a $5.5 million contract to furnish 2,500 of the so-called "M26" to the Army. | More »
Wednesday, May. 11 | Entertainment | Sports
Good planning, good weather make for memorable Gold Cup
The spring steeplechase meet is widely known as the single-largest spectator event in the county, easily attracting 45,000 to 50,000 people. | More »
Wednesday, May. 11 | Government
Fisher announces bid for commonwealth’s attorney
Longtime Fauquier resident James P. "Jim" Fisher recently announced he will run for commonwealth's attorney here this November. | More »

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