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Take me out to the ball game

Photo by Marshall Conner. Culpeper Little League Challenger Division held its final game of the season on June 19. A caring community is what makes programs like these successful, inspiring and very rewarding. Orioles player Lay-Lay Bannister-Wells is all about happiness.
- Culpeper’s Little League Challenger Division holds their last game of the season

Customers crowd Dunkin’ Donuts in Culpeper

Dunkin' Donuts a welcome addition in the Meadowbrooke Shopping Center.
- Dunkin' Donuts will be holding a grand opening later this month. Their soft opening has been well received.

JJ Quinn: Angel Aviator

- The Founding Fathers Republican Women will honor JJ Quinn at their January 19 meeting.

Poppy and Chalk brings bright vintage charm to Historic Culpeper

- One of Culpeper's newest businesses is full of inspiration.

Time Out: Check what’s happening soon

Clark Gabel fan? See him in Cain and Mabel at the Library of Congress January 22 at 7:30 p.m.
- Loretta Veney shares her experiences about dementia and Alzheimer's at the library Saturday, Jan. 10.

Breaking news: Sun Trust Bank in Culpeper robbed this morning

Suspect caught on camera at Sun Trust Bank in Meadowbrooke Shopping Center.
- Suspect on the loose after early morning robbery.

2014 Culpeper Times Citizen of the Year: Sue Jenkins

2014 Culpeper Times Citizen of the Year: Sue Jenkins. Photo by Ian Chini
- Culpeper Times announces their 2014 pick for Citizen of the Year. Sue Jenkins has been orchestrating the Culpeper Community Christmas Basket Program for decades.

Culpeper County School Board:  It’s time to “Talk About the Budget”

- Culpeper County School Board encourages residents to fill out the survey

Colonel Jameson Boulevard roundabout ready to roll in Culpeper

Photo by Ian Chini VDOT's signage should help motorists navigate which way to go.
- Most agree that the roundabouts will help with traffic.

Culpeper Downtown merchants had a Merry Christmas

Kim Kelly at Vinosity, a local wine shop, was thrilled with holiday traffic. “It’s been steady with lots of local support."
- For most downtown Culpeper merchants, business was brisk during the holiday season

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