TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Sat., Feb. 6 - State officials agreed Thursday (Feb. 4) to honor the Republican Party of Virginia’s request to remove a requirement that voters sign a “loyalty oath” before voting in the March 1 presidential primary.
Thu., Aug. 13 - It’s time once again to begin a new school year. As we all know the first days of a new school year are a challenge to everyone.
Thu., Aug. 13 - The Culpeper Town Council Tuesday night inched closer to selling the old police department building on Cameron Street for possible courthouse expansion and creating a joint economic development partnership with the county.
Thu., Aug. 13 - In less than a year after the University of Virginia Health System took over operation of then-Culpeper Regional Hospital more change is on the way. This fall, the local hospital will join a network in a partnership between North Carolina-based Novant Health and the University of Virginia Health System, known as the Joint Operating Company.
Thu., Aug. 13 - Everyone has difficult days and stories to tell about their skirmishes with madness, but for some reason, the delivery of cheese is an odyssey on nearly every occasion. For example, last week a collection of nearly 50 pounds of beautiful French cheeses made it from France, through customs, and to cold storage in New Jersey -so far so good. Even better, the same cheese made it to our door in two days. If these were stainless steel parts, the delivery time and news is good.
Thu., Aug. 13 - Fundraising effort by VAR Leadership Academy results in $61,175 donation to help provide homes for injured Veterans
Thu., Aug. 13 - The use of LED bulbs in homes is on the rise nationwide, and with good reason. Not only are they more energy efficient than their traditional counterparts, LEDs are becoming more affordable upfront.
Thu., Aug. 13 - These property transfers for July 2015 were provided by the Culpeper County Assessor's Office.Appreciation is extended to W. Jason Kilby and his staff. The printing of this list made possible by ReMax Crossroads of Culpeper.