TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Mon., Nov. 30 - Despite a short time frame, State Theatre organizers remain optimistic that the necessary funds will be in place by year's end to keep the theatre doors open.
Thu., Sep. 10 - Concerns by small local farmers, many of whom sell their produce and products at the Farmers Market, should get a clearer picture of the taxes being levied by the County of Culpeper on farm equipment, if the board of supervisors agrees with the unanimous recommendation of its Rules Committee Tuesday.
Thu., Sep. 10 - The Central Virginia Regional Jail (CVRJ), in Orange, its former superintendent and numerous staff members face another potential federal class action civil suit about how it provides medical treatment to inmates.
Thu., Sep. 10 - Culpeper Minutemen ceremony
Thu., Sep. 10 - Warrenton hires Godfrey as town manager
Thu., Sep. 10 - Following are the police reports from August 31-September 6. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.
Thu., Sep. 10 - Following are the county police reports from September 2-8. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.
Thu., Sep. 10 - With cheese, humidity and temperature have a lot to do with how the cheese is perceived. Cheese, well real cheese, is a living thing.
Thu., Sep. 10 - Delaplane estate rising to new heights
Thu., Sep. 10 - If cynicism rules the general public’s attitude toward politics, you should see it from the other side. “The Fix”, John Dempsey and Dana Rowe’s unforgettable musical about winning at any cost, got its American debut in ’98 when Signature Theatre was still in a garage and “Billary” was still President. Things have changed, but not much.