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State Theatre Presents - “Culpeper Hispanic Heritage Weekend”

- Learn more about Culpeper Fiesta and Hispanic Heritage Weekend.

State Theatre Presents - “Pigeons Playing Ping Pong”

- Funk, Rock, Electronic ENERGY: These four Pigeons bring it every night.

The Theatre at Washington, VA Presents:  “An Evening with Mark Russell”

- The great political satirist, Mark Russell, will return to the Theatre at Washington, Virginia, on Saturday, September 27 at 8 p.m. for his annual performance here, which always attracts a large and enthusiastic audience.

Culpeper Felines & Friends - “Otis - Our adoptable cat of the week”

- Everyone say hello to Otis! This silly little kitten is about 3 months old and perfectly adorable!

National Park Service Announces - “Park Advisory Commission Meeting to be Held September 18th”

- Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park announces the next meeting of the Park Advisory Commission will be held on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at the Middletown Town Hall, 7875 Church Street, Middletown, Virginia.

Close debuts first novel

Breakout book cover. Courtesy photo.
- Gary Close has always loved to read. He smiles recalling those languid days of a sixth grader who loved picking up Hemingway. He's always enjoyed science fiction admiring writers like Michael Crichton.

Culpeper Times opens local office, hires additional staff

- When Rappahannock Media, which also owns the Rappahannock News weekly newspaper and the Piedmont Virginia Magazine, purchased the Culpeper Times from Virginia News Group in mid July, managing partner Dennis Brack had a checklist of things he wanted to accomplish quickly.

Defamation suit against former mayor dismissed

- The civil lawsuit filed by former Town Manager Kimberly Alexander in January alleging that ex-Mayor Calvin L. “Chip” Coleman defamed her was dismissed in Culpeper General District Court Sept. 5.

Omega Partnership faces uncertain future

- If homeless 50-year-old “Simon” (not his real name) wasn’t able to stop by the faith-based Omega Partnership on West Davis Street each day, he would be “out in the streets.”

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