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Children’s theater group celebrates friendship and home

“We thought we would give people something to do with children on the weekend after Thanksgiving,” Director Beth Taylor said of the show, which runs this Friday and Saturday at the Marshall Community Center. | More »

Kettle Run’s Stumpo will play lacrosse at VMI

Senior calls military college his dream destination | More »

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 »

Cost of Thanksgiving dinner increases in U.S.

Price tag for holiday meal rises 11 percent | More »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Warrenton teen conquers the world

Samuel Sandler wins national Risk Classic championship | More »

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 »

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 »

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