TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Fri., Apr. 17 - Opportunities for volunteering and also taking advantage of the classes offered.
Tue., Mar. 31 - The Culpeper Town Council unveiled its draft FY16 budget that includes a reduction in the real estate tax rate
Tue., Mar. 31 - Based on a recommendation by the town of Culpeper staff, the old police department building may be for sale, if the county isn’t interested in purchasing it. Captain Settle now Major Settle
Tue., Mar. 31 - Parents of students who go to Pearl Sample and A.G. Richardson elementary schools have something to look forward to in approximately 18 months--less traffic congestion.
Tue., Mar. 31 - The State Theatre has opened it arms, so to speak, to house an arts center for Culpeper.
Fri., Mar. 27 - July 28 is the date set for a bench trial in the civil assault and battery law suit filed against Commonwealth Attorney Megan Revis Frederick.
Thu., Mar. 26 - At 17, Olivia Decatur is a veteran on the soccer field. Her flare on the field coupled with a keen sense of team dynamics may bode well for the Devilettes this season.
Thu., Mar. 26 - Events in the Culpeper area for March 26 - April 18
Thu., Mar. 26 - Mills were an important feature of early Virginia neighborhoods. In addition to providing the essential service of grinding grains produced by local farms, they served as meeting places where citizens could exchange news and gossip.