Investigation ongoing in shooting incident involving teen,
Crews continue working to treat roads, clear tree debris
It's Saturday night...what kind of weather awaits tomorrow? Ice...snow? VDOT crews will report at midnight; motorists should avoid non-essential travel during storm.
Funds will benefit Salem Volunteer Fire Department
Culpeper in Brief
When it comes to green initiatives in the county, only two public facilities rely on geothermal sources to supply the bulk of their heating and cooling. According to Deb Oliver, the education and outreach coordinator for the Prince William Department of Public Works, that soon may change.
Patrons of the Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center and Library will likely have some new neighbors by 2015. As part of the original mixed use development first planned in 1989, The Glen development at the corner of Prince William Parkway and Old Bridge Road could soon be expanding across the street from its commercial hub with the opening of a Chick-fil-A restaurant and an Atlanta-based assisted living facility company called Thrive.
Gemstones, infant elephants and the ‘Most Interesting Man in the World’ found at Petersen’s Jewelers
Petersen Jewelers welcomed Jochen Benzel at their Gemstone Celebration
The Chamber of Commerce held their 99th annual meeting and banquet last Thursday (Nov.7)
Longtime master jeweler Ralph Brown goes beyond the Earth to create an out of sight ring,
The last time Ernest Hancock boarded a B-17 bomber, he exited in a parachute, 23,000 feet above Memmingen, Germany.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton stopped by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503 hall in Dale City to stump for his long-time friend Terry McAuliffe's gubernatorial bid.
Haymarket resident Fred Key was promoted to Regional Vice President of Ruppert Landscape. In this position, Key will be responsible for the southern region, which includes the company’s branches in Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. Key, a resident of Haymarket, VA, has over 20 years of industry experience and has been with Ruppert for 12 years serving in a variety of positions including Crewman, Foreman, Area Manager, Controller, landscape construction Production Manager, Division Administrator, landscape management Branch Manager and Region Manager. Key holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Salisbury State University where he majored in accounting. He is a Certified Landscape Professional and in 2009, received one of the company’s top honors, the Clyde Vadner Merit Award, which is presented to the individual who has demonstrated consistent hard work and dedication leading to exceptional contributions to the organization.
When Congress voted to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling last Wednesday, the entire delegation representing Northern Virginia sided with the majority, Republican and Democrat alike.
Casanova-based Inn never recovered from recession