TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Thu., Aug. 27 - There is a saying on the Appalachian Trail “When a thru-hiker is three-fourths of the way done, they have only expelled one-fourth of the effort.” The last 500 miles of the trail are in New England territory with the majority consisting of New Hampshire and Maine. New Hampshire is, of course, best known for the White Mountain National Forest while Maine is best known for the 100 Mile Wilderness and Mt. Katahdin, the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.
Thu., Aug. 27 - Fall is a great time to aerate the lawn. Whether you do it yourself or hire a lawn care professional to do it for you, aeration at least once per year provides a number of benefits to your lawn, say experts.
Thu., Aug. 27 - Events in the Culpeper Area for August 27- September 26
Wed., Aug. 26 - Suspect in slayings in critical condition.
Wed., Aug. 26 - Suspect in custody at Culpeper County jail without bond.
Wed., Aug. 26 - A legal mistake from the Fauquier County prosecution led a circuit court judge to dismiss the several embezzlement charges that have hounded Warrenton attorney Lorenzo Lee Bean III for more than a year.
Mon., Aug. 24 - Few details surround gunshot wound to man's shoulder.
Thu., Aug. 20 - Attorneys representing Culpeper Police Officer Matthew Haymaker plan to file a formal complaint in Culpeper County Circuit Court this week alleging that Commonwealth Attorney Megan R. Frederick and her staff defamed Haymaker and also were involved in tortuous interference with his employment and conspiracy.
Thu., Aug. 20 - The Reformation Lutheran Church inched closer to having a new permanent home following a unanimous vote Tuesday of the Town of Culpeper Planning Commission.