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New traffic laws take effect in Virginia on July 1

Law changes include safety provisions for bicyclists, postal vehicles

Burgandine Avenue to remain open

Traffic calming measures revisited in Madison Grove

Town of Culpeper files lawsuit against commonwealth’s attorney

Megan R. Frederick
Lawsuit alleges prosecutorial misconduct by Megan Frederick and her staff of attorneys

Prince William County Schools speak on former Osbourn Park student’s connect to ISIS

Prince William County Public Schools released a statement Thursday afternoon after the FBI announced that 17-year-old, former Osborn Park High School student and Woodbridge resident, Ali Shukri Amin, pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to the terrorist organization, ISIS. The school system's announcement follows:

Three men charged in Culpeper in child Internet sting

Three men from out of town face charges in Culpeper following their arrest in a child Internet sting in April and May.

Culpeper public invited: Meeting on Culpeper Dam Rehabilitation Projects

USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Town of Culpeper are co-sponsoring a public meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, to discuss two proposed dam rehabilitation projects in Culpeper, Virginia.

Culpeper man faces reckless firearm charge

A 49-year-old Culpeper woman spent Friday night in the hospital after accidently being shot in the forearm.

Culpeper middle school boy brings BB gun to school

Twelve-year old boy may face charges after found in possession of gun at school.

Shawn Berry’s estate files $10M civil suit against Central Virginia Regional Jail

The estate of former inmate Shawn C. Berry filed a 19-page civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville Tuesday against the Central Virginia Regional Jail Authority, former jail Superintendent F. Glenn Aylor, nine named jail personnel and numerous unnamed staff alleging medical malpractice resulted in the “deliberate torture and killing of Berry.”

Drug-dealing investigation nets 26 teens, young adults, mostly from western PW

Prince William police have announced drug charges for 26 teens and young adults, primarily in the western part of the county after an investigation that has been ongoing since February. According to Officer Jonathan Perok, a spokesman for the county police, “Operation Growing Pains” started with multiple detectives working separate cases and “it just kind of developed” into a long list of suspected drug dealers, most between the ages of 18 and 22.

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