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Site work started for Walmart expansion

Local Walmart customers eagerly anticipating store renovations that will accommodate a larger grocery section will have to wait until August. | More »

Senior class wins spirit week at Liberty

A week of fun-filled spirit activities last month at Liberty culminated with the senior class claiming the coveted "spirit stick" by earning the most points during the festivities. | More »

Foxcroft students earn AP honors

Eighteen Foxcroft School students, including current seniors and alumni, received AP Scholar recognition after completing Advanced Placement exams in the 2010-11 school year. | More »

Pierce Elementary students learn about safety

Pierce Elementary students received visits from local sheriff as well as fire and rescue representatives last month. | More »

Who does Rep. Wolf support for Marshall District supervisor?

Depends on who you ask, it turns out. A Peter Schwartz campaign mailer implies the congressman supports him, while the local Republican Committee chairman questions that endorsement. | More »

Wakefield Country Day students earn AP honors

A dozen Wakefield Country Day School students, including current seniors and alumni, earned recognition as AP Scholars after taking Advanced Placement exams during the 2010-11 school year. | More »

‘Take Back the Night’ rally set in Warrenton

A march down Main Street in Old Town Warrenton Thursday night will be held to unite the community and protest violence against women. | More »

Fauquier County students ‘Mix It Up’

Students at Liberty High School and Taylor Middle School joined students nation-wide last month in crossing social and racial boundaries during lunch to promote change and tolerance. | More »

Youthful Liberty seizes second at district cheer meet, makes regionals

The Eagles’ region berth was surprising not because of their performance — they were the only Evergreen team to avoid a deduction in their routine — but because of their inexperience. | More »

Fauquier students give thumbs-up to ‘texting’

As smart phones and computer keyboards begin to edge out common handwriting practices, educators debate the viability of continuing to teach cursive writing in schools. | More »

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 »

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