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. 19 - Tad Loving and Chris Hamilton, two State Theatre Foundation founding board members, and Steven Barker, the current events and outreach coordinator held a press conference last Thursday. Media present anticipated the message. The State Theatre needs major financial help to keep its doors open. If it does not receive $400,000 in its coffers by Dec. 31, the place will go dark.
Thu., Nov. 19 - Following are the police reports from November 9-15. 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. 19 - Following are the county police reports from Nov. 11-17. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.
Thu., Nov. 19 - In a move that didn’t surprise many in the legal community, the Town of Culpeper filed a motion seeking to “nonsuit” or drop the pending civil lawsuit filed against Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Frederick and her assistant prosecutors this summer.
Thu., Nov. 19 - The Town of Culpeper Planning Commission recommended several changes for the town council to consider to the town’s zoning and subdivision ordinances and the Facilities Standards Manual at its Tuesday meeting.
Thu., Nov. 19 - To that end, let’s make the enjoyment of togetherness and taste the focus, not preparing a specific menu. What if we were to go, dare I say it, off menu and amp up the cheese. Before you get ready to tar and feather me for heresy, consider the rise of “Friendsgiving”, an alternate celebration of the family we choose versus the one that we are born to. In that environment, each person cooks what they wish – not sticking to a menu.