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., Nov. 5 - While requesting Gov. Terry McAuliffe to fund a pretrial services program in Culpeper County next fiscal year to alleviate increased costs associated with housing inmates in other jails and the backlog of cases being prosecuted, the Culpeper County Board of Supervisors Wednesday morning discussed partnering with other localities with a pretrial services program or possibly with a one-of-a-kind non-profit program in the Charlottesville area.
Thu., Nov. 5 - Outburst by former planning commissioner prompts council to propose changes
Thu., Nov. 5 - Following are the police reports from October 26 - Nov. 1. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.
Thu., Nov. 5 - Following are the county police reports from October 28-Nov. 3. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.
Thu., Nov. 5 - School and county boards meet to plan for upcoming budgets
Thu., Nov. 5 - Currently there are two openings on the Culpeper County Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee.
Thu., Nov. 5 - Think you missed this year’s season to make energy efficient exterior upgrades? Many homeowners are reluctant to start exterior remodeling improvements in the cooler months because they worry about the potential to let in a draft during the installation process. In reality, this is one of the times of year you will most feel the impact of an upgrade to energy-efficient windows, doors and insulated siding, and the remodeling can be done with minimal impact on the comfort of your home.