Click below to read a series about the ripple effects of the opioids endemic in Fauquier, Rappahannock, Prince William, and Culpeper counties. This series was produced in collaboration with Foothills Forum. The series ran in the Fauquier Times, the Rappahannock News, and online by FauquierNow and PotomacLocal.
Click below to read PJF's recent articles that ran in the Fauquier Times on the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors' consideration of broadband access.
For Gerhardt, the quest for broadband is personal (by Christopher Connell, 8.21.19) (pdf)Download
Supervisors put off public hearing (by Christopher Connell, 8.7.19) (pdf)Download
Ingenuity and an ATV brings broadband to parts of Fauquier (by Christopher Connell, 7.24.19) (pdf)Download
Supervisors near decision on broadband blueprints (by Christopher Connell, 7.3.19) (pdf)Download
Internet still crawls in parts of Fauquier (by Kevin Carty and Christopher Connell, 6.5.19) (pdf)Download
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