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., Jul. 16 - Following the unanimous approval of 11 items on the consent agenda, which are items requiring no discussion, Mayor Mike Olinger opened the public forum for citizens to address the council on any town-related matter. No one stepped to the microphone.
Thu., Jul. 16 - When the Museum of Culpeper History moved to its new location on Commerce Street, discussions started on what to do with that town-owned building.
Thu., Jul. 16 - Hearing dates have been set for the Virginia State Bar complaint alleging prosecutorial misconduct in the 2001 capital murder trial of Michael Wayne Hash by former Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney Gary Close.
Thu., Jul. 16 - Attorneys for two defendants claim questioning of their clients compromises testimony
Thu., Jul. 16 - Culpeper County Public School students will return to school on Monday, Aug. 10. All 10 schools will be open on Thursday, Aug. 6, from 1 to 6 p.m. to allow parents and students the opportunity to meet with teachers and obtain information about the school year.
Thu., Jul. 16 - See, though I have not yet tasted her cooking, Giada’s pizza dough recipe (Bon Appétit March 2007) has changed our lives. Simple, fast, reliable and delicious her recipe has led to many “spur of the moment” grilled and baked pizzas in our house.
Thu., Jul. 16 - A former Virginia State Trooper received more active jail time to serve for pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of stealing a cell phone in Prince William County than he did for pleading guilty to one amended count of felony embezzlement by stealing gas using a state police credit card in Orange County.
Thu., Jul. 16 - Perspective (New Jersey to Massachusetts)