The Town of Culpeper’s Light and Power Department has embarked on several projects designed to increase reliability of the electric service provided to its 4,800 residential and commercial customers.
With the increase of the town meals tax by a penny approved, the Culpeper Town Council turned to other budget matters at a special meeting May 16.
Art has many forms and even more advantages for young minds. Students learn the benefits of communication, exploration, imagination, along with cultural and historical understanding through the arts, according to those who teach it.
The Town of Culpeper has begun taking applications for its second annual Citizen’s Academy slated to begin in July, lasting seven weeks.
Information from the public based on a last week’s news release about nine recent heroin overdoses, including two deaths, in the region resulted in the arrest of three Culpeper men on drug charges early this morning.
The former English and history double-major who never thought he'd be involved in newspapers has purchased the remaining family shares of Times Community Media, a Northern Virginia-based firm that operates four daily news websites, their weekly print editions and two business magazines, making him the strong-majority owner of the company.
Opposition to the proposed Bi-County Parkway continued to grow last week as U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th) authored a letter to Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) outlining his "serious reservations about the North-South Corridor project."
Randy Jones at Randy's Flowers has been doing arranging for decades. He's gotten adroitly adept at creating the perfect bouquet, corsage or centerpiece.
Cheryl Clear, owner of Battlefield Travel, announced Monday that the travel agency has begun a collection of flip-flops for the children of Kenya. She hopes by the end of the summer to be able to send 250 pairs.
Tastings from several local vineyards and some of Virginia’s top craft brewers, along with three popular country bands will be the focus of the Flint Hill Public House Restaurant & Inn’s first “backyard festival” on June 15.
Occoquan Mayor Earnie Porta is asking for some flexibility to deal with a local problem stemming from non-local commuters.
It may be the first time a spice company has produced a restaurant, but that's the case with The Restaurant of Shenandoah Spice on East Davis Street.
Del. Tim Hugo (R-40th) led a group of three state delegates and three state senators at a press conference calling for the defeat of the Bi-County Parkway.
One concern frequently voiced in Culpeper as the downtown State Theatre began to gear up for its May 4 grand re-opening was “what about parking?”
Shawn Moss was born to barbecue.