The disAbility Resource Center is offering several new community opportunities.
The State Arboretum of Virginia is part of historic Blandy Experimental Farm, a research field station for the University of Virginia’s Department of Environmental Sciences.
Anita Sherman, Editor of the Culpeper Times
Culpeper Community Happenings.
Liberty's T.J. Hogan goes head to head against Eastern View's Cullen Burnett in the 195 weight class. Burnett won the match to claim first. Photo by Ian Chini.
It was Eastern View's home court and the Cyclones were poised to capture the Conference 22 tournament crown on Saturday.
Land Transfers for the month of January 2014 as recorded by Director W. Jason Kilby at the Culpeper County Assessor's Office.
Prepared by RealEstate Business Intelligence, LLC. All rights reserved. Data Source: MRIS. Statistics calculated January 6, 2014.
During the fourth quarter of 2013, the median sales price for properties sold in the Greater Piedmont Area real estate market showed a 6.2% year-over-year increase.
The Tasting Room, John Hagarty
As you drive slowly up the steep entrance way, framed by vineyards, one is struck by the wall of glass windows at Delaplane Cellars.
Roscoe and Gus. Photo by Ian Chini.
Roscoe, a rescue dog, was a happy camper Tuesday as he romped with Gus, an English Bull dog at the official opening of the Culpeper Dog Park.
Adding to the Blue Devils talent pool, sophomore Luther Gibbs is a rising star. Photo by Marshall Conner.
The Blue Devils are 16-3 heading into games against Kettle Run, Highland and Fauquier before starting tournament play.
Germanna Community College President Dr. David A. Sam (left) and Culpeper County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Bobbi F. Johnson (right) made it official on Tuesday morning at a special signing ceremony. A partnership with Germanna Community College will enable students attending Culpeper County high schools to earn their associates degree along with a high school diploma. Photo by Ian Chini.
For the past several years, ambitious high school students could take advantage of the dual enrollment program.
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Repair crews are responding to a gas line break in the area near Gar-Field High School. Emergency vehicles are strictly precautionary. All are safe.
Time to get school supplies again. School starts Aug. 21.
Culpeper County Public School students return to school August 21.
The Friends of Cedar Mountain are once again proud to host the National Park Services' History at Sunset Program on Aug. 9 – the 151st anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Mountain.
Bethlehem Christian University will hold a class titled "Judaic Roots of the Church," beginning Aug. 29 at 7 p.m.
Nine-year-old Lillie Kefalas enjoyed every minute of Ron Cromer's 'Snakes Alive' presentation. Here she leads the way petting Rosie, a 13-foot Burmese Python. Photo by Adam Goings
Culpeper County Library offers summer science program with lots of scaly creatures to touch.
On July 27, beginning at 7 p.m., Germanna Community College will host the premier of a true story about Nadja Merino, still alive at 101 years of age.
Dr. Herman Stubbe (facing camera)
With temperatures trending toward triple digits in Culpeper and the humidity hanging over the town like a thermal blanket, it's time to take some precautions to be safe outside. It's hot out there.
If you have a child struggling with reading, writing or arithmetic, Addell Russell-Washington wants to help
Dr. Patti Lisk
Germanna Community College has named Dr. Patti Lisk, RN to succeed Mary Gilkey as its Dean of Nursing and Health Technologies, effective July 25.
Northern Virginia Community College’s SySTEMic Solutions recently held an awards event for eighth-grade students who won the SySTEMic Solutions Engineering Challenge, an individual engineering competition with a literacy component.
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