Despite the rain, many residents celebrated Nokesville Day Saturday by attending the annual parade and block party along Fitzwater Drive.
I went “Into Darkness” today and trekked where about 30 million others will: to see the new J.J. Abrams (“Lost”) Star Trek movie.
Brentsville District School Board member Gil Trenum said the school division prefers implementing a new traffic pattern at Patriot High School before accepting county funds to build a new access lane for student drivers.
I saw “Gatsby” today, and it was great. That’s what you hope for, greatness, in the same way young Jay Gatsby hoped for a future full of mansions, money and Daisy.
The Nokesville-Bristow Ruritans, organizers of the Nokesville Day parade, announced changes to the May 18 celebration.
At Patriot High School’s “Little Shop of Horrors” musical May 4, actors brought both the plant and show to life.
The investigation into the suspicious deaths of two horses in Nokesville revealed that the deaths were accidental.
Interact members teamed with students with autism and autism educators to spread their message of awareness and understanding.
“The Place Beyond the Pines” sounds like a nice place for a picnic. Turns out it’s the Mohawk to English translation for Schenectady, and the title for the movie I saw today. Now in wider release, the movie stars Ryan Gosling (Drive) as bad boy Luke and Bradley Cooper (Silver Linings Playbook) as rookie cop Avery.