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A look back: Haymarket Elementary

Students and their parents come and go from Haymarket Elementary School, which opened in September.

Looking back on the year: Schools

The biggest issue in schools during 2014 was the county's 12th high school, set to open in 2016. In January, officials were still dealing with the fallout of the unmarked cemetery that had been found on the school site, where an athletics field is set to be built. After settling that issue by agreeing to rebury the remains nearby, officials turned to the job of redrawing the county's high school boundaries, shifting students to balance enrollment at all of the high schools.

NOVA to offer early classes and more locations

Beginning Jan. 12 the Manassas Campus of Northern Virginia Community College is offering NOVA Next Door and Sunrise College programs.

Houck will not seek re-election for Culpeper School Board seat

School Board West Fairfax representative is giving plenty of notice to encourage serious consideration for his replacement.

Easy ways to warm up and protect your space this winter

Accent walls can spark up your living space and turn dull into daring...definitely a spirit lifter.

Make sure your garage isn’t tacking money on utility bills

Sometimes, a few simple projects will save on energy bills.

How to cut the clutter and take back your home

By getting rid of items that you don't need and creating clean, simple lines, you'll be giving yourself more freedom to enjoy your living space.

The Tasting Room:  Magnolia Vineyards blossoms in Amissville

Local Amissville winery joins ranks of Virginia’s growing wine culture.

Wild Ideas: Snowbirds

In the winter, small flocks of dark-eyed juncos can be seen throughout Virginia, foraging on the ground and in low bushes.Photo by Ken Thomas via Wikimedia.
Nature writer Pam Owen talks about our feathered friends from the north.

Sensory Santa visits the disAbility Resource Center in Fredericksburg

Does your child have a disability? Sensitive to sounds and touch? Reserve visits in advance for a gentler visit with Santa.

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