Culpeper Government News
Just a few hours away from the start of the annual Firemans Parade, a police officer is injured.
Efforts to close Burgandine Avenue by some residents take a new turn, council's attempts to look at alternatives postponed.
Culpeper County Commissioner of the Revenue Terry Yowell has announced she will seek re-election to a fifth term in the November general election.
Scott Jenkins has met a number of goals in his first term as Culpeper County’s sheriff, but he says there is unfinished business as his reason for seeking a second four-year term.
Taking a vacation or spending time away doesn't mean you have to travel far. Montpelier, located in neighboring Orange County, is a large plantation estate and was home to our nation's fourth president James Madison.
The Culpeper County Planning Commission’s May 13 agenda contained a number of public hearings, but few people spoke.
Sheriff Scott Jenkins is warning residents that there is a new element to the scam: “swatting.”
The Robert E. Peters Building Dedication will be taking place at 11 a.m. Friday, May 15, 2015.
Dominion Virginia Power proposes new power lines
Conduct of Culpeper Commonwealth’s Attorney office questioned