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Historic fun in the sun

- The Summer Concert Series is coming back to the National Museum of the Marine Corps. This year will mark the outdoor concert series' sixth year. The season is kicking off this year with a patriotic performance by the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps joined by the U.S. Army Drill Team. The season will open on Aug. 6 with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

GHBL rocks SE region championship

- Three down, one to go. On Saturday, the Gainesville-Haymarket Baseball League 14-year-old all-stars followed up on their district and state titles by clinching a berth back to the Babe Ruth League World Series. Gainesville-Haymarket heads to Arkansas in two weeks as the winner of the Southeast Regional tournament championship in Jupiter, Fla., where they prevailed in the sixth and final game with a come-from-behind 7-6 victory over Tennessee.

Silver anniversary

- The First Baptist Church Choir of The Plains led off the six-hour fesitval at noon. Passersby could partake in an author's corner, a health fair, the Lions Club van for hearing and vision screening, a mammogram unit which will be available for free mammogram screening, arts and crafts, original jewelry makers and designers, artists, dance tutorials and hair styling, among other activities.

LETTER:Teacher for Townsend

- In November of this year, we will be going to the polls to select our representatives to the House of Delegates. In the 31st District, the choice is between Scott Lingamfelter and Sara Townsend. If you feel our school system is incredibly well funded and your representatives in Richmond have consistently been investing in education to create a better future for your children you may wish to re-elect Scott Lingamfelter; however, if you are an educated voter, fully aware of the Delegate Lingamfelter’s voting record, you will cast your ballot for Sara Townsend.

LETTER:Townsend gets it

- I write to express my support for Sara Townsend’s campaign to represent the 31st District of the Virginia House of Delegates. I’ve been a Virginia resident for nearly ten years, have lived in both rural and urban communities and understand the different needs of our region. Sara understands these needs too, and will fight to improve the lives of her constituents as well as to improve the entire Commonwealth of Virginia.

Bristow preschool opens its door

- The grand opening of the new Primrose School of Bristow was held on July 18 with a celebration that included school tours, face painting, a balloon artist, a scavenger hunt and an appearance from Percy the Rooster. The school’s chef also prepared snacks from the Primrose School's menu. Franchise owners Tom and Vikki Cheng officially opened the the school on July 6.
Area Obituaries
  • Anna Marie Baumgardner Young
  • Teresa Rose Findley
  • Cody James Bowling
  • David Murray Buchanan
  • Geraldine Elizabeth Lee
  • Harvey W. Newman
  • Christopher Bayne Clark
  • Upcoming Events
  • Warrenton Teen Writing Club
  • Book ‘N Stitchers (John Marshall Library)
  • GED Classes (Bealeton Library)
  • Teen SRP Finale Party (All Fauquier County Libraries)
  • Book Buzz (Bealeton, John Marshall, Warrenton Libraries)
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    Police Reports; 07-31-15

    Ready to ride

    letter:United against the Bi-County Parkway

    Internship goes to the next level

    Police Reports; 07-30-15

    PWC Tennis Open returns to Montclair

    Recovery mode: activated

    Prince William Guide



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