Culpeper Business News
Culpeper's Jamie Clancey to serve on state board.
The long time Belk store, which features modern Southern Style apparel, is closing its doors in January.
Less than a month following the purchase of the old Boxwood Recovery Center site along James Monroe Highway, owner Tom Underwood listed it and additional farmland he owns behind it for sale.
Continental, an international automotive supplier, to expand manufacturing operation and create up to 25 new jobs
Event scheduled for Aug. 9 at Culpeper Center
In 1794, a tax protest erupted in Pennsylvania that became known at the Whiskey Rebellion. It’s also the year that a pioneer family established Sharp Rock farm in western Rappahannock County.
We had a dog once - a German Shepherd. He was smart, affectionate, and handsome, protective, playful, and endowed with that gleam of canine self-respect unmistakable in the eyes and the carriage. But every once in a while this perfect dog would go out in the fields as if on a mission and roll in cow dung.
Events in the Culpeper Area for July 31 - September 26
A public meeting will be held on Aug. 5 to discuss the plans for Novant Health and the University of Virginia (UVA) Health System to create a Northern Virginia regional health system. The meeting's focus will be on how the proposed system plans to serve the areas health care needs.
Popular music instruction business White Dove Studios is poised to expand