TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Thu., Aug. 28 - Virginia State Parks, managed by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, offer the outdoors enthusiast a variety of hunting opportunities, including reservation-only hunts and open hunting, throughout the season.
Thu., Aug. 28 - Average retail gasoline prices in Virginia have fallen 2.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.20/g Sunday.
Thu., Aug. 28 - Germanna Community College’s first Germanna Scholars program class began taking classes at GCC’s Daniel Center in Culpeper Friday.
Thu., Aug. 28 - The Town of Culpeper will begin replacing a deteriorated 12 inch storm sewer along South Blue Ridge Avenue on Monday, Sept. 8.
Thu., Aug. 28 - Sherry Thornhill is waiting for answers regarding the death of her son Shawn Berry on Sunday, Aug. 9, while he was an inmate in the Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange.
Thu., Aug. 28 - Former Culpeper Mayor Calvin “Chip” Coleman, 65, was found guilty of Sexual Battery, a misdemeanor and sentenced to a suspended 10-day jail sentence and $2500 fine for the offense.
Wed., Aug. 27 - Culpeper Warbird Week at Culpeper Airport, Brandy Station, VA.
Wed., Aug. 27 - Brittany Frompovich, professional musician, clinician, and educator of Fredericksburg, VA, will offer a fall session of “Rock for Strings” ensemble class at Forte Music Studios on Mondays, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., beginning September 8.
Wed., Aug. 27 - The Culpeper County Library, a partner of the Funding Information Network of the Foundation Center, will be offering a series of live webinars presented by Foundation Center trainers.