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TOP CULPEPER NEWS

New traffic laws take effect in Virginia on July 1

- Law changes include safety provisions for bicyclists, postal vehicles

Sip, shop and steal the glass with Devil’s Backbone at Culpeper Cheese Company

- The first of its kind event for the Culpeper Cheese Company will create a unique opportunity to taste draft versions of Devil’s Backbone collaborative brews with Coronado Brewing, Fat Heads Brewing and Ninkasi.

Culpeper Community Briefs for the week of March 12

- Three performances of the Easter Passion Play set at Culpeper United Methodist Church.

Annual charity raises the bar in Culpeper and surrounding counties

- Give Local Piedmont seeks $1 million

Culpeper Electoral Board names new registrar, officers

- James Clements new General Registrar, Jane Huss Re-appointed to Board

Created Equal series continues at Culpeper County library

James E. Ghee will be one of the speakers at the Created Equal series presented at the Culpeper County Library on Saturday, March 7.
- “Freedom Riders” film will be springboard for discussion of civil rights.

Top Culpeper prosecutor faces civil suit

Megan Revis Frederick
- Assault and battery basis for legal action against Commonwealth Attorney Megan Revis Frederick.

Historic Culpeper apartment building ready to rent

Photo by Wally Bunker Renovated and ready for occupancy, the location is close to downtown shops and restaurants.
- Historic on the outside, modern on the inside, these apartments and office space are ready to rent.

Culpeper County and Town of Culpeper work on new 911 agreement

- County administrator Frank Bossio and town manager Chris Hively working collaboratively on a solution.

Culpeper Community Briefs: Week of March 5

- Scholarships available.

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