Monday Apr 14
Op-ed: Banning Books, Risking Lives
"Word travels fast, our parents warn us," reads a line from David Levithan's novel, Two Boys Kissing .
Dog in court approved for child sex abuse victims
Walking up the steps of a courthouse, and into a court of law to testify against someone who abused you, can be terrifying.
A better way to pick judges
Circuit judges serve eight-year terms; general district and juvenile court judges serve six.
The Daily News-Record
VDOT To Close Lanes Tomorrow
The agency reports that motorists should be alert for mobile left-lane closures tomorrow morning for a mapping vehicle, along with several escort trucks for safety and traffic control.
Conservative Critics of Government Are 'Freaks'...
Conservative critics of government are 'freaks,' are 'in for a pretty rough ride,' and 'will need their Kevlar,' i.e., bullet-proof vests.
The Getting to Know column appears once a month in the Times-Democrat and features interesting individuals in Fauquier County.
The Environmentalists Are Not Giving Up
The small farmers in Virginia rejoiced when Senate Bill 51 and House Bill 268, dubbed the 'Boneta Bill,' passed both houses and the Democrat Governor Terry McAuliffe signed it.
Northern Virginia Daily
Former Strasburg theater owner charged with fraud
The previous owner of the Strasburg Home Theater has been charged with obtaining money by false pretense and is scheduled to appear before a grand jury in Fauquier County Circuit Court on Monday.