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Fountain Hall boasts decades of worldwide guests

- While bed and breakfasts typically lure guests that are visiting for the history or wine of a region, Fountain Hall is also a haven for locals that just want a night away or as a refuge for visiting family or guests.

Upcoming Culpeper events: What’s Happening

- If you have an event coming up, send information including a contact to Anita Sherman at anita@culpepertimes.com

Culpeper Board of Supervisors says yes…five times

- Supervisors give the nod to several requests...all were recommended for approval by county planning commission.

Culpeper family supports local swim team

Mason Azais heads to West Chester University in Pennsylvania where his college plans include swimming.
- “Touch the Wall” plays at State Theatre June 14. Proceeds will benefit local swim club.

Culpeper creative fundraisers hope to raise monies

- Funds will be used by Task Force on Domestic and Sexual Violence to help with candlelight vigil

Culpeper man faces reckless firearm charge

- A 49-year-old Culpeper woman spent Friday night in the hospital after accidently being shot in the forearm.

Curtain Calls:  “My Way” –  Not Done His Way

"My Way - A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra" plays through June 28 at Riverside Dinner Theatre in Fredericksburg.
- Let’s begin with the assumption that an artistic production is successful when it achieves its goal. With that in mind, 20 minutes into the musical revue “My Way,” I found it necessary to refer to the director’s notes to determine what, exactly, the production was trying to achieve.

Culpeper middle school boy brings BB gun to school

- Twelve-year old boy may face charges after found in possession of gun at school.

Time for tea? Culpeper Tea Imports brings Kenyan tea home

Ketepa Tea comes in wonderful flavors like Ginger, Masala, Forest Fruits, Caramel and Lemon.
- Andrew Suge was between jobs. The economy was not great. So, instead of trying to find a job with someone else, the Kenyan native decided to start his own business. After all, his family owned a 12,000 acre tea plantation in Kenya. Tea was, as he says, in his blood.

Shawn Berry’s estate files $10M civil suit against Central Virginia Regional Jail

- The estate of former inmate Shawn C. Berry filed a 19-page civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville Tuesday against the Central Virginia Regional Jail Authority, former jail Superintendent F. Glenn Aylor, nine named jail personnel and numerous unnamed staff alleging medical malpractice resulted in the “deliberate torture and killing of Berry.”

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