TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Fri., Apr. 17 - Opportunities for volunteering and also taking advantage of the classes offered.
Thu., Apr. 9 - When Republican Del. Ed Scott decided not to seek a seventh term representing the 30th District in early February, the announcement caught many constituents off guard.
Thu., Apr. 9 - The Out of Time Teachers want people to remember that it took quite some time for troops from both sides to make their way home after the Civil War ended 150 years ago this month, with Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.
Thu., Apr. 9 - Sumey, posing as the 13-year-old answered “13-year-old white girl here.” From there the conversations took a downward turn.
Thu., Apr. 9 - Give Local Piedmont set to take place on May 5.
Thu., Apr. 9 - Events in the Culpeper area for April 9 - May 2
Fri., Apr. 3 - The Town of Culpeper Planning Commission, unanimously approved and sent to the town council the five-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that recommends the town council spend $2.1 million dollars in FY16 and a total of $30 million the next five years.
Fri., Apr. 3 - Several workshops available at the Culpeper County library to help you with grant seeking information.