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Real Estate: Greater Piedmont Area Real Estate – Q4 2015 Market Trends Report

- Sellers see 5.8 percent sales price increase since 2014

Keeping an eye on his patients

Photo by Wally Bunker.
- In business for 30 years, Dr. Russell Brear, 63, doesn’t have any plans to fold up his eye chart and retire any time soon. He loves providing total eye care to his many patients both in Culpeper and during his many missions to South and Central America helping the less fortunate.

Athlete of the Week: Jordan Howard

- Cyclones captain leads the way on and off the field

Community Cup watch comes to the Culpeper Times

- It is with great pleasure that we show our support by establishing the Community Cup by Virginia Community Bank to be presented annually to either CCHS or EVHS. The Community Cup will be presented to the High School located in Culpeper County that excels on the athletic fields in head to head competition of all sports for each school year.

Commonwealth’s office responds to Haymaker suit

- Motions filed for more documentation (Crave Oyer) and dismissal of case (Demurrer)

Running for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney: Paul R. Walther

- Three names will be on the November 3 ballot running for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney. Monica Chernin, Megan Revis Frederick and Paul Walther. Incumbent Megan Frederick seeks re-election to a second term.

Running for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney: Megan Frederick

- Three names will be on the November 3 ballot running for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney. Monica Chernin, Megan Revis Frederick and Paul Walther. Incumbent Megan Frederick seeks re-election to a second term.

Running for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney: Monica Chernin

- Three names will be on the November 3 ballot running for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney. Monica Chernin, Megan Revis Frederick and Paul Walther. Incumbent Megan Frederick seeks re-election to a second term.

Culpeper County Public Safety Update

- Labor Day Lineup, & Combating heroin

Culpeper Town planning commission recommends sign changes

- Based on a U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Town of Culpeper Planning Commission Tuesday night recommended changes to the town’s sign ordinance eliminating content-based prohibitions but leaving most other requirements in place.

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