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06/11/15 - Rick Gerhardt unseats Supervisor Lee Sherbeyn in GOP primary

06/11/15 - Sloppy, hesitant Fauquier falls to Western Albemarle in state boys lacrosse

06/11/15 - Delaware rape suspect spotted in Bristow, police say

06/11/15 - Falmouth Street covered with graffiti

06/11/15 - Missing Nokesville teen found

06/11/15 - Warrenton Council approves budget over objection

06/11/15 - Bus driver honored for 55 years of service

06/11/15 - Fauquier baseball stripped of Class 4A North Region title after VHSL rules violation

06/11/15 - GOP works on its ground game to win elections

06/11/15 - Gravel or asphalt on Tapps Ford Road?

06/11/15 - Rick Gerhardt unseats Supervisor Lee Sherbeyn in GOP primary

06/11/15 - Sloppy, hesitant Fauquier falls to Western Albemarle in state boys lacrosse

06/11/15 - Delaware rape suspect spotted in Bristow, police say

06/11/15 - Falmouth Street covered with graffiti

06/11/15 - Missing Nokesville teen found

06/11/15 - Warrenton Council approves budget over objection

06/11/15 - Bus driver honored for 55 years of service

06/10/15 - Towns councils pass FY 16 budgets

06/10/15 - All Aboard!

06/10/15 - Potomac High School graduation

06/10/15 - Summer begins at the library

06/10/15 - Fauquier County Public schools offer geospatial seminar

06/10/15 - Fauquier baseball stripped of Class 4A North Region title after VHSL rules violation

06/10/15 - GOP works on its ground game to win elections

06/10/15 - Gravel or asphalt on Tapps Ford Road?

06/10/15 - Rick Gerhardt unseats Supervisor Lee Sherbeyn in GOP primary

06/10/15 - Sloppy, hesitant Fauquier falls to Western Albemarle in state boys lacrosse

06/10/15 - Delaware rape suspect spotted in Bristow, police say

06/10/15 - Falmouth Street covered with graffiti

06/10/15 - Missing Nokesville teen found

06/10/15 - Warrenton Council approves budget over objection

06/10/15 - Fauquier County Public schools offer geospatial seminar

06/10/15 - Fauquier baseball stripped of Class 4A North Region title after VHSL rules violation

06/10/15 - GOP works on its ground game to win elections

06/10/15 - Gravel or asphalt on Tapps Ford Road?

06/10/15 - Rick Gerhardt unseats Supervisor Lee Sherbeyn in GOP primary

06/10/15 - Sloppy, hesitant Fauquier falls to Western Albemarle in state boys lacrosse

06/10/15 - Delaware rape suspect spotted in Bristow, police say

06/10/15 - Falmouth Street covered with graffiti

06/10/15 - Missing Nokesville teen found

06/10/15 - Warrenton Council approves budget over objection

06/10/15 - Missing Manassas boy found safe

06/10/15 - COLUMN:We need to reprioritize our spending

06/10/15 - State track scores

06/09/15 - McPike, Dudenhefer, Bailey win public primaries

06/09/15 - Tigers send two to states

06/09/15 - GOP endorses School Board candidates

06/09/15 - Local athletes deliver state gold in track

06/09/15 - Back-to-back shootouts propel Bobcats to 5th regional title

06/09/15 - OP shuts out BHS for region championship

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