Friday Dec 6
Meet John S. Mosby, 'Gray Ghost' of the Confederacy
A New Jersey Yankee now living in the area of Virginia known as "Mosby's Confederacy" during the Civil War, curator Kathleen Golden shares what she finds so interesting about John S. Mosby-the ranger, fugitive, friend of President Ulysses S. Grant, diplomat, and inspiration for a 1950s television show-on his 180th birthday.
Fauquier art teachers take state accolades
Fauquier schools have taken state honors for their arts programs. The Fauquier County Public Schools art department recently received the Virginia Art Education Association's "Grand Award" for its Youth Art Month programs.
Stafford reviewing land use around Quantico Land use in and around...
Land use in and around Marine Corps Base Quantico will be the subject of another round of public meetings next month.
Fauquier Times named 2013 Large Business of the Year
Times Community Media CEO Peter Arundel and his mother Peggy Arundel accept the award of '2013 Large Business of the Year' at the Fauquier Chamber awards ceremony.
Fauquier grand jury indicts alleged Marshall-area carjacker
On Monday, a Fauquier County grand jury indicted a man on charges of forcing a 74-year-old and a dog out of a Honda CRV in a northern Fauquier carjacking.
VDOT Readying for Wintry Weather
Crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation will report to work at midnight in the Culpeper District to prepare for the freezing rain and snow that may fall early Tuesday morning.
Man to be sentenced in Jan. for abducting, raping waitress
A judge denied a man's motion to withdraw his guilty plea in the abduction, rape and forcible sodomy of a waitress who was leaving her job in Warrenton.
Texting and driving law difficult to enforce
There's a misconception that texting and driving is mostly popular with teens, but AT&T found out that half of adult commuters are doing it as well.
The Washington Post
Former president of volunteer fire department in Fauquier County, Virginia, to be sentenced
The former president of a volunteer fire department in Fauquier County, Va., is scheduled to be sentenced Friday for swiping more than $40,000 of his organization's funds to pay his own mortgage during the 2008 financial crisis.
Schools seek more bus drivers, custodians at todaya s job fair
Fauquier County schools want a few good bus drivers - and nutrition workers and custodians, too.
The Washington Post
Candy Sagon: Forlano's Market brings solid cooking, needs more seats
When Nick Forlano opened Forlano's Market in The Plains in June 2008, he didn't intend for it to be a sit-down restaurant.
Dona t lift statewide ban on uranium mining
It has recently been brought to my attention that the Environmental Quality Advisory Council of Fairfax County has passed a resolution asking the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to take a stance supporting the ban on uranium mining in Virginia.