Login | Register | Staff Directory | Advertise | Subscribe | About Us
Welcome to Fauquier.com


Advanced Search
TOP CULPEPER NEWS

Time Out

"The Sign of Zorro". Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper community happenings.

Class of 2014 graduates

Photo by Ian Chini.
- Blessed with good weather, more than 500 students graduated from Culpeper's two public high schools in ceremonies held at Cyclone Stadium (June 6) and Broman Field (June 7).

Property Transfers for May 2014

- Land Transfers for the month of May 2014 as recorded by Director W. Jason Kilby at the Culpeper County Assessor's Office.

An architectural masterpiece

Home in Rillhurst Estates. Courtesy photo.
- This magnificent home is located in the established neighborhood of Rillhurst Estates with style, class and attention to every detail.

Culpeper Tourism rolls out ‘Magical History’ Tour

- The Tourism Department, responding to the success of the history-based trolley tours during Remembrance Days this year, is rolling out a monthly pilot program for citizens and tourists to hop on the Culpeper Trolley for free three-hour tours beginning Friday, June 13 and running through November.

Brat caption

David Brat appeared in Culpeper in January as part of his grass roots campaign to oust Congressman Eric Cantor. Photo by Ian Chini.
- Randolph Macon College economics professor David Brat has definitely gone to the head of his class.

Moving makes a difference

Virginia Largent's brain development seminars have helped many children improve their learning skills. Courtesy photo.
- When Virginia Largent and her husband Steve founded the Virginia Beach School of the Arts, they noticed that as their students started playing instruments, especially the piano and violin, the physicality of the musical process also seemed to help with some students' problems, such as speech delay.

Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper

Gracie Schlapo and Jenny Dellinger. Photo by Rich Crowley.
- Greeting Girls.

Floral shop blooms in new location

Tammy Ramey owns Good Earth Flowers at 109 S. East Street in the historic district in downtown Culpeper. These are roses she gets from wholesalers in South America. Ramey prides herself in providing only the freshest flowers to customers. Photo by Debbi Morello.
- Tammy Ramey has been in the florist business for more than 25 years, starting out at Betty Brown’s Flowers located in the old State Theatre building.

Page 39 of 202 pages ‹ First  < 37 38 39 40 41 >  Last ›

More Local News

Culpeper: Owens takes Labor Day leap, captured later

“Sentimental Journey” Hangar Dance with “The Fabulettes”

Culpeper police promote three

New location for Epiphany Catholic School

Chase stands his ground in legal action

Culpeper in Brief

Time Out

Horse Calendar

Horse Briefs

A day at Southwind Farm: A fantastic camp

Virginia State Parks offer hunting opportunities statewide

At the gas pump

seal Click here to vote for your favorite things to do in Culpeper this fall!

Stay
Connected


Follow Us
on Twitter

News | Sports

Like Us
on Facebook

News & Sports

Subscribe
via RSS

News | Sports

Join Our
Email List

Sign up for
weekly updates

Culpeper Guide