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Reacting to an explosion in demand, a Warrenton urgent care facility will more than double the price of its rapid COVID-19 tests for residents outside the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District – raising the cost from $75 to $200 – starting Saturday under an agreement the facility reached with…

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All five Democrats on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors are facing a new lawsuit that alleges they held an illegal meeting with the police department, community leaders and citizens after police and protesters clashed during a May “Black Lives Matter” protest in Manassas.

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The Virginia State Supreme Court has granted Gov. Ralph Northam’s request to halt evictions until Sept. 7 as thousands of Virginia renters face the prospect of losing their homes during a pandemic. 

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A little less than one month after Mississippi’s governor signed off on a bill removing the Confederate battle emblem from the state’s flag, the Remington Town Council did the same — voting unanimously on July 20 to change the town seal, which for decades featured a small depiction of the rebel flag.

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Two employees of Fauquier County’s C.M. Bradley Elementary School have tested positive for COVID-19, but the cases are not being considered an “outbreak” because they have not been determined to be related, according to state and local officials. 

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The Prince William County Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating David Edward Coleman, 42, who was last seen leaving a residence on Youngs Drive in Haymarket at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

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More than 1 million tests for the virus that causes COVID-19 have been conducted in Virginia since the pandemic began, including more than 68,000 in the Prince William Health District.

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The Fauquier Education Association, the local branch of the state’s largest educators’ union, now supports starting the academic year with a 100% virtual model. Citing results from a survey this week of its members and a growing number of new cases of the novel coronavirus around the state, the association’s official position has changed; the FEA previously signaled support for the “blended” model that was approved by school board members July 13.