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Fauquier Hospital Presents - “Fauquier Community Child Care Visits The Bistro on the Hill”

Ethan Canterburry prepares for a lesson on cooking stir-fried vegetables from Bistro executive chef James Wedderburn. Courtesy photo.
- Thirty or so children from Fauquier Community Child Care’s summer camp spent Tuesday morning, July 8, visiting the Bistro on the Hill at Fauquier Hospital.

Culpeper Renaissance, Inc.‘s 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series - “The Worx”

Courtesy photo.
- Thursday returns as the “new Friday” when Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. continues with the 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series on July 17, 2014, directly in front of the Depot.

The disAbility Resource Center - “Olmstead Celebration and Open House”

- In celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Olmstead decision and in recognition of community inclusion for all, the disAbility Resource Center is hosting an Olmstead Celebration Open House on July 16

Maestro Lorin Maazel dies

Lorin Maazel had been rehearsing at his home in Rappahannock, Castleton Farms, for upcoming festival.
- The Castleton Festival announced on Sunday, July 13, that Maestro Lorin Maazel died at Fauquier Hospital in Warrenton from complications following pneumonia.

Marvin Andrew Mudd of Culpeper sentenced to 20 years for Leeds Court robbery

- In court today, Marvin Andrew Mudd, 21 of Culpeper, was sentenced for following an elderly woman into her Warrenton home this past winter and robbing her at gunpoint.

In Culpeper: Deputies search for home invasion suspect

- As of Thursday, July 10, search still ongoing for home invasion suspect.

Sheriff’s deputies still search for Sarah Greenhalgh’s killer, two years later

- Two years ago yesterday, police and firefighters found Winchester Star reporter Sarah Greenhalgh slain in her home in Upperville.

Gas pipeline in Culpeper County?

- Following word from landowners who received letters from Spectra Energy about a proposed natural gas pipeline crossing their property, the Piedmont Environmental Council sent letters to those same landowners to make them aware of their rights.

Scroggins murder: New investigation, same Results

- As reported last week, Michael Wayne Hash’s federal civil rights suit against five Culpeper law enforcement officials has been dismissed.

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