Culpeper Education News
This Father’s Day, go beyond the standard tie. With a bit of thoughtful creativity, you can let Dad know just how much he means to you.
If any theatre can pull off the hypnotic decadence of Weimar Berlin’s nightspots on the brink of Nazi domination, it is Signature.
Look for this new guide which will include a comprehensive listing of community services available to low-income elderly, child and educational services, programs for the blind, deaf and disabled and more.
Cyclones sophomore sensation heads to regional play
The Culpeper County School Board held a brief meeting Friday morning to announce that Anthony S. Brads, Ed.D. has been named Culpeper County Public Schools’ Superintendent, with a contract starting on July 1, 2015. Dr. Brads is replacing Dr. Bobbi Johnson, who is retiring with 30 years of experience in education.
Planning to pass on belongings that have special meaning, like grandma's yellow pie plate, can be challenging. The following tips will help you make decisions that are right for your family.
Home improvement doesn’t have to be a hassle, and you don’t necessarily need an abundance of time or an expensive tool set for quick fixes. Yet, 52 percent of homeowners between the ages of 25 and 45 have unfinished tasks they need completed, and more than three-quarters of them say they don’t have enough time or money to finish their projects, according to a 2014 survey by Black+Decker.