Login | Register | Staff Directory | Advertise | Subscribe | About Us | Newspaper Locations
Welcome to Fauquier.com
Advanced Search


TOP CULPEPER NEWS

Amissville woman pleads guilty, judge to impose sentence

Judy Deal
- An Amissville woman accused of murdering her husband before shooting herself in the head pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Monday morning in Fauquier County Circuit Court.

Cost Of County Government

- County’s $154M budget is set for approval May 5

Give Local Piedmont

- Culpeper Air Fest a participating nonprofit

What’s New

- Fusions Restaurant to open soon

Athlete of the Week: Jacob Lowden

Photo by Marshall Conner.
- The Blue Devils varsity lacrosse team captain is talented, reliable and a counted on leader.

Prosecutor’s refusal to try officer’s cases brings heated response

- Officer’s attorney alleges ‘retaliation’ at heart of issue

Town of Culpeper planners discuss ordinance changes

- The Town of Culpeper Planning Commission Tuesday night discussed possible ordinance changes to the downtown parking overlay district and amended definitions of family and excessive occupancy, but the commission delayed any action until August.

New E-911 agreement moves forward

- A new E-911 agreement between the town and the county about the financial responsibilities of each party has gained traction. At its monthly meeting last Thursday, the E-911 Board voted unanimously on the new agreement.

Summer Camps: Sheriff’s Summer Sports Camps online registration open now

- Online Registration for the 2015 Youth Sports Camps began April 20.

School ends and summer camps begin

- School will be winding down for the year in mere months and summer plans for children emerge as a priority. Knowing that your child has an active, enriching, affordable summer planned can really offer peace of mind.

Page 24 of 291 pages ‹ First  < 22 23 24 25 26 >  Last ›

More Local News

Amissville woman pleads guilty, judge to impose sentence

Governor McAuliffe announces administration appointments

Federal judge rules that Virginia can remove Confederate Flag from license plates

Virginia State Bar reprimands Close

Buff and ready

Man and musical machine: A master of melody

Man in the middle: Frazier caught up in conflict

Running for Culpeper Town Council: Jamie M.D. Clancey

Running for Culpeper Town Council: Dave Lochridge

Going out of Business: Belk to close

Old Boxwood/Farmland for sale

Governor McAuliffe announces approximately $49 million investment in Culpeper County

Give Local Piedmont

Stay
Connected


Follow Us
on Twitter


Like Us
on Facebook


Subscribe
via RSS


Join Our
Email List

Best of the Best