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Apple Authorized Training Center to open at Germanna’s Daniel Technology Center

First classes offered in December.

Retiring in comfort at Culpeper Baptist Retirement Community

The original brick building is affectionately known as the “Big House” to residents and staff. Photo by Wally Bunker.
Seniors opt for service, security, and serenity.

Culpeper Currents: Thoroughly charming trio (Part One)

Little Fork Episcopal Church
Little Fork Episcopal Church has rich history.

Town of Culpeper Holiday Refuse Collection Schedule posted

Please get your trash out early and note change in pick up schedules during the holidays.

Gearing up for Give Local Piedmont

Events scheduled to help organizers prepare for 2015 Give Local Piedmont.

Culpeper County School Board talks money

Less students overall but overcrowding in some remains an issue. More schools needed?

To infinity and beyond: Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin lands in Culpeper

Photo by Wally Bunker Challenging to construct, students built drones that later took to the skies.
New program at Germanna allows students to graduate with a high school degree and an associates degree giving them a college boost.

School Board to vote on new high school boundaries

Newly drawn boundaries defining the areas to be served by Prince William County's 12th high school prioritize racial and ethnic diversity, according to school officials. The new-and-improved boundary plan comes after the Department of Justice expressed concern about racial and ethnic diversity in the last version of the school boundary plan. The public can express their views on the plans by addressing the School Board during citizen comment time on Nov. 18.

Culpeper high school teacher and marathoner runs on faith and hope

Shannon Metzler and Dino Verrelli, the founder of Team Project Purple. Verrelli, also a runner, lost his father to pancreatic cancer.
Halloween marked the one-year anniversary of Shannon Metzler's mother's death.

Cooking up some funds; Patriot chefs get help from local businesses

Patriot High School's culinary arts program is on fire these days with the help of local businesses. The culinary students at Patriot are learning new skills and earning certifications towards careers in cooking. As part of their education, the students are raising funds to attend the Cook Around the World event at Disney World in May next year and local businesses are helping out.

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