The barnstorming style show features biplanes, other vintage aircraft and wingwalkers performing from 2:30 to 4 p.m. each Sunday through Oct. 31 at the “Aerodome” at 5114 Ritchie Road, south of Bealeton. Experienced pilots, most of them military veterans founded the family-friendly airshow in 1970.
The schedule features special events — such as “Motorcycle Day” and “Scout Day” — along with the annual Hot Air Balloon Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 21-22.
The reward offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who murdered local reporter Sarah Greenhalgh nine years ago.
Ms. Greenhalgh, 48, died of a gunshot wound. Authorities discovered her body July 9, 2012, in the burned home she rented near Upperville. She worked as a reporter at The Winchester Star.
Anyone with information about the murder and arson can all the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office at 540-347-3300.
The county rents space in Warrenton, Marshall and Vint Hill for the "incubators.” Fauquier operates the largest one, at 70 Main St. in Warrenton, in partnership with George Mason University.
Clients can rent private offices, use open co-working spaces — both available 24/7 — or opt for “virtual” use with more limited access. All leases include high-speed internet service and use of other equipment, such as printers.
The tenants by center:
• 13 office clients (fully rented), 10 in co-working space and 12 virtual users at Warrenton.
• 6 offices (full), 2 co-working and 4 virtual in Marshall.
• 5 offices (3 available), 6 co-working and 3 virtual at Vint Hill.