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Nine injured, including six children, in collision between vehicle, tractor-trailer in Stafford
Nine people, including six children, were injured in a two-vehicle crash on Warrenton Road in Stafford County Monday afternoon, authorities said. Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Amanda Vicinanzo said the incident took place about 4 p.m. in the area of Warrenton and Eley roads in Stafford near the Fauqu
Community briefs for Dec. 11
Culpeper County High School will resound with its Winter Choral Concert at 7 p.m. today, and everyone is invited to come and enjoy the experience. All of the choral students will perform during the event in the high school’s auditorium.
More than 50 children 'Shop with a Cop' in Warrenton
More than 50 children went shopping Saturday as part of the Fauquier Sheriff Office’s Shop with a Cop program. Fauquier Sheriff’s Office deputies, Warrenton Police Officers, Virginia State Troopers, social workers and prosecutors from the commonwealth’s attorney’s office, National Honor Society stud
Dec. 8 Fauquier County high school sports roundup
Meghan Tucker had a hand in winning four races Saturday during a dual swim meet against William Monore to help Liberty's girls beat the Dragons 81-63 on the road in Charlottesville.
Proposed development would add 120 homes next to Stafford Lakes in Hartwood
The fate of a proposed 120-home subdivision next to Hartwood's Stafford Lakes Village could be decided on Tuesday. The Stafford County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on the proposed, 48-acre development—which would be on the south side of Holly Corner Road off Warrenton Road—about 7
LocalDVM.com Forecast Sunday 09 December 2018
LocalDVM - A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 9 AM EST Sunday until 12 AM EST Monday for the following counties: Page, Rappahannock, and Southern Fauquier. This advisory includes the Northern Virginia Blue Ridge. Snowfall may range 1 to 3 inches. Most of the accumulating snowfall will be al
Retired general facing rape charges in Prince William County
A retired Army general was indicted Friday on multiple charges related to an alleged sexual assault case in Woodbridge in the ‘80s, according to Prince William County police.
Warrenton counseling center continues with new owner
Award-winning Warrenton therapist Marianne Clyde has announced her retirement and will transfer the ownership of her counseling center later this month to Anna Marie Askin-Evans, a licensed marriage and family therapist who has worked at the center since 2015.
Police investigate armed robbery at Woodbridge CVS
An armed, masked man robbed a CVS pharmacy early Friday morning, Prince William County police said. Officers were called to the CVS at 13600 Jefferson Davis Highway at 1:53 a.m. on Dec. 8 to investigate a robbery, Prince William County police said in a news release.
Shop With a Cop makes season bright for 55 kids
UPDATED: Police: 18-year-old fell from Lake Jackson Drive bridge after hit-and-run
An 18-year-old man was running on the side of Lake Jackson Road Friday when he was struck by a car and fell off a bridge, police said. Police are asking for the public’s help in gathering information about the vehicle that struck the man and left the scene.
Fauquier’s Ashley Renzi commits to Indiana University of Pennsylvania softball team
Rebuffed in early attempts to play softball at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Fauquier High senior Ashley Renzi planned to go to IUP as a student only. But when third-year Crimson Hawks assistant Shawna Bellaud was named to replace departing head coach Bill Graham this fall, Renzi renewed hope
Warrenton police officer faces assault charge in off-duty incident
Warrenton Police Officer Carl M. Ferguson will face assault charges in connection with a September altercation during which a young woman was injured, Fauquier County Commonwealth's Attorney James P. Fisher announced Thursday.
First Night cancelled because funds unavailable
Downtown Warrenton will have no “First Night” celebration this year. Allegro Community School for the Arts announced Friday afternoon that it has canceled the traditional New Year’s Eve event “due to lack of funding.” — TheWarrenton nonprofit took over the summer concerts and planned First Night aft
Weather service predicts 1 to 2 inches of snow for southern Fauquier
Part of Fauquier County is under a winter weather advisory from 11 a.m. until midnight tonight, as the area is now expected to get some snow from the storm moving through southern Virginia.
Will Prince William see snow? There's a chance
Prince William County so far has not been included in the winter weather advisories, watches and warnings covering much of the state today. But there is a chance we will see some flurries today, according to the National Weather Services Sterling office.
EVHS swimmers perform well at quad swim meet Friday
WARRENTON – Just two weeks into the season Eastern View head swimming coach Chris Hokanson likes what he’s seeing in the pool. The Cyclones hosted a quad meet Friday night at the Warrenton Aquatic and Recreational Facility, and invited Chancellor, Spotsylvania and Louisa to the pool.
TransUrban deal prevents Virginia from adding lanes on I-95 to fix Occoquan bottleneck
OCCOQUAN, Va. -- Traffic congestion is a major problem in the D.C. region. One of the biggest bottlenecks is on I-95 crossing over the Occoquan River from Fairfax County into Prince William County. Lawmakers are pushing for a solution, but it comes with a huge, expensive string attached.
Man Who Terrorized Woman Arrested In Manassas: Police
MANASSAS, VA—A man was arrested Thursday after terrorizing a woman Monday night at an apartment in the 8100 block of Peakwood Court, according to Prince William County Police. Dale Christopher Caison, Jr., 28, of the aforementioned apartment complex, was charged with robbery, burglary, domestic assa
Warrenton council interviews for interim town manager
The Warrenton Town Council will discuss whether it wants to hire one of two applicants for interim town manager during a work session Thursday with the goal of making an offer to one at its regular meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 11.