Mother’s Day, for most of us, is a special day on which we express our gratitude to our mother for all she has done for us. We usually take her to dinner, buy her flowers and cards, and gather the entire family around in celebration. It is a deserved expression of love.
At Warrenton Ballet Center, Ariana Myers welcomes all levels of dancers, from beginner to pre-professional
Fauquier County horsewoman Kim Keppick has always loved animals. A horse and rider trainer by trade, Keppick got involved with rescuing dogs a little more than four ye…
As a local resident who drives through Vint Hill a couple of times a month, I had seen the signs for Willow Animal Hospital go up in the fall of 2022. Located on Aiken…
Take a moment to look back and see how you are feeling about 2022. Did you set goals at the start of the year? Were you successful in accomplishing them?
Decorating for the holiday season is a treasured family tradition for many, but opening the boxes of decorations that were hastily put away last year can be daunting. …
Forty years ago, my sister and I began researching our family tree. Most of our efforts took place in cemeteries, courthouses, and church offices. Walking among the he…
Bringing local gardeners together online: the Fauquier-based northern Virginia gardening community on Facebook welcomes gardeners of all skill levels.
“I grew up on a farm in The Plains,” Marshall native, and now arguably gardening guru, Nick Rizer said. “We always had a garden.” Even so, Rizer, who graduated from Fa…
Warrenton Lifestyle would like to recognize our local classes of 2022
Celebrating those who hold our hands and have our hearts
Manassas-based Children’s Intervention Services has opened an office in Warrenton
The Senior Services Collaborative addresses the quality of life of the local aging population.
Matching senior pets with senior citizens at Paws For Seniors’ permanent foster program
Not being able to speak is not the same as not having anything to say.
Whether you own a desktop computer or a laptop, your computer probably has most of your work and personal life on it. It’s important to care for them and clean them re…
After years “on the road”, K9ology is looking for the ideal location for a permanent facility
A Grow Your Own Food Q&A
Creating Healthy Lifestyles for Fauquier Children
Champions for Children helps foster kids live their best lives and raises awareness of child abuse
Garden to Table: A Grow Your Own Food Q&A with Jim Hankins of the Fauquier Education Farm, March 2022
The canine professionals and their handlers of the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office
Garden to Table: Starting Early
Meet the members of Fauquier Health’s Pet Therapy Team
Announcing the results of our 2022 Cutest Pet Contest!
We may recognize the dogs (and owners) who live and walk in our neighborhood. And many of us have cats as companions as well. But there are some unusual pets that live…
Gardening Q&A With Jim Hankins
Organize and declutter your home as we head into autumn Summer’s over, and the kids are back in school. For many of you, this means more time spent in your office space, and by the
Have a child headed off to college? Do you have a spare room all of a sudden? This month’s column answers some of your questions about what to do when you find you have a little extra space.
While a trip to the beach may not happen this season, you can still bring a hint of that vacation feeling to your home
Updating the yard and the grounds surrounding a home is one of the top projects homeowners undertake every summer. Of course, not everyone is a landscaping or hardscaping expert, so this month we answer some
What’s the best Mother’s Day gift you ever received? What’s the funniest Mother’s Day gift you ever received? We asked these two questions of several local moms and their answers are touching, thought-provoking, and absolutely
By Rich Riedel and Deborah Campbell While Maria Wells of Montclair made her first flower garden as a young girl out of an old, repurposed dresser drawer, she only rediscovered this hobby in 2017. “One
As I’m sure you’ve noticed, particularly in light of last month’s “Buy or Renovate?” feature and this issue’s Design 101 column, outdoor living spaces are all the rage. Sure, they’ve been popular for years, but
Lola the Mini Therapy Horse heals through her presence, songs, and stories
Making room for an in-law or a student living “off campus”?
That is the Question
Ana Thomas’s Lavender Bliss Cottage thrives in Delaplane