Culpeper Business News
Opportunities for volunteering and also taking advantage of the classes offered.
New company explores artificial intelligence
The Culpeper County Planning Commission held a public hearing last Wednesday, April 8, on a rezoning request from Chrysler of Culpeper but due to a “glitch” advertising the hearing the commissioners put on a hold a recommendation until its regular meeting next month.
The Great Meadow Foundation in The Plains has big plans for the future of the sport of three-day eventing and for the economic growth of Fauquier County. Great Meadow President Robert Banner wants to use the park to host the first Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Nation's Cup of eventing ever held in America. Hosting a world-class event in Fauquier has the potential to bring in millions of tourist dollars, make the U.S Equestrian team more competitive and inspire generations of local young riders to compete in the upper levels of the sport.
With his business growing – now reaching 32 states – Tim Smith looked to his old friend Chuck Miller and his wife Jeanette for help making his moonshine.
When Republican Del. Ed Scott decided not to seek a seventh term representing the 30th District in early February, the announcement caught many constituents off guard.
Several workshops available at the Culpeper County library to help you with grant seeking information.
Frank and Sue Maragos will continue serving customers at their restaurant in the 200 block of East Davis Street until April 26, while they remodel and renovate the new Foti’s scheduled to open in early May in the 100 block of East Davis Street.
Culpeper’s fine dining scene continues to blossom
Steve & Sally Buchanan are the neighbors you should know for the week of April 2.