Utility work as part of the Col. Jameson Boulevard construction project will alter traffic patterns on Sperryville Pike near its intersection with Virginia Avenue for several hours starting at about 9 a.m., Friday.
All around Culpeper.
About 80 students attended the after-prom party at Eastern View High School Saturday night (April 12).
On Friday, April 25, Meadows Farms Golf Course will be the scene of an annual golf marathon to benefit Young Life Culpeper.
For any urgent care medical facility to be cited for excellence is quite an achievement.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe recently signed into law a public safety reform measure developed by Prince William Del. L. Scott Lingamfelter (R-31st). The legislation stipulates that all homeland security planning and response in Virginia should come under the purview of the state secretary of public safety. Previously, such responsibilities were split among the secretariats of public safety and veterans affairs and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.
Pranas Rimeikis was mayor of the Town of Culpeper when I took on the editorship of the Culpeper Times in 2008.
After attacking House Republicans, President Obama places a call to Congressman Cantor.
With less than a month to go until Election Day for towns in Prince William County, the race for Haymarket mayor is presenting residents with clear differences between the incumbent and challenger. Mayor David Leake supports the draft copy of the fiscal year 2015 budget that, at the moment, includes a 50-cent hike in the cigarette tax and keeping the existing real estate tax rate and meals tax.
It's official: there will be no state-run primaries for congressional candidates in Prince William County this year. The filing deadline for candidates submit their paperwork to the Federal Elections Commission passed on Thursday, leaving Democrats without a challenger to U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman (R-1st).
Fairfax County Supervisor John Foust (D-Dranesville) officially became the Democratic nominee for the 10th Congressional District on Monday after Oak Hill attorney Richard Bolger (D) dropped out of the race, leaving Foust as the only Democrat to file for the party nomination.
Fairfax County Supervisor John Foust (D-Dranesville) officially became the Democratic nominee for the 10th Congressional District on Monday after Oak Hill attorney Richard Bolger (D) dropped out of the race, leaving Foust as the only Democrat to file for the party nomination. The district committee announced in a statement March 17 that it canceled the April 26 nominating convention since Foust was the lone filer.
The Prince William Democratic Committee will hold an unassembled caucus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., on March 29 at Haymarket Town Hall to choose delegates to a convention for the 10th Congressional District. This is the first step in determining who will be the Democratic candidate for the 10th District. The caucus in Haymarket is being held to elect 22 delegates and four alternates to the Democratic convention, to be held April 26. At the convention, the convention delegates will chose the Democratic candidate for congress. As of press time, two men are running for that nomination: Richard Bolger and John Foust.
Keith Price is running for one of the at-large seats on town council. He feels the time is perfect for him to step up and serve the community he's called home for 10 years.
While Virginia as a whole is known for lousy turnout in primary elections, Prince William County voters aren't even being given the option of participating in a state-run election this June. As of this week, none of the federal seats that include the greater Prince William County area are set to settle on their nominees in open primaries. None of the incumbents seeking re-election are being challenged by members of their own parties. At the same time, the Democratic and Republican parties are nominating their candidates at party-run functions, which is designed to limit public participation.