Culpeper Crime News
Pets are a part of the family and when they become ill or injured it is upsetting and traumatic for pet owners. To keep your pets safe during the holiday season and to avoid a trip to the veterinarian or worse, follow these simple tips:
• Many holiday plants can lead to health problems in pets. Among the plants to keep out of reach are holly, mistletoe, poinsettias and lilies.
Christmas trees and decorations add to the holiday spirit, yet, pose the risk of fire and injury to many, especially children.
Holiday plants such as mistletoe, holly, lilies and daffodils may enliven a room but they are poisonous to humans and pets. When displaying these types of plants, place them in locations that can be admired from a distance by all, yet, unattainable to children and pets.
Daniel Harmon-Wright remains in prison for the shooting death of Patricia A. Cook on Feb. 9, 2012.
Heading to Albemarle? 12-mile section between Crozet and U.S. 29 will see 70 mph limit this week
During a special meeting of the Haymarket Town Council called to order at 7 a.m. Monday, the council voted 4-1 in favor of censuring Mayor David Leake "for his failure to cooperate" with matters related to an undisclosed personnel issue "by fully disclosing information that he is withholding from the rest of the council."
Dozens of law enforcement personnel responded to Saturday morning firm in Culpeper at the county jail.
State Sens. Dick Black (R-13th) and George Barker (D-39th) do not have much in common when it comes to social views but both are making mental health reforms a top priority for the 2014 session of the General Assembly.
Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative is working to restore power by Wednesday evening, December 11, to all customers who lost service during the December 9 and 10 ice and snow storms. Crews are removing trees and branches from power lines at approximately 40 outage locations in Fairfax, Fauquier, Prince William and Stafford counties.
Investigation ongoing in shooting incident involving teen,
Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers in Northern Virginia after ice caused trees to fall on power lines on Monday, December 9.
A tree that fell on a Dominion Virginia Power transmission line just before 7 a.m. on December 9 disrupted service to eight NOVEC substations in Prince William and Stafford counties and interrupted service to more than 20,000 NOVEC customers. DVP crews worked to reroute power after isolating the tree-affected section of the line and restored service to NOVEC’s substations at 9:13 a.m.
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