One southbound lane, exit to Rt. 15 closed; no significant delays reported
Installation of a storm water sewer line will cause closure of downtown street.
The Rappahannock County Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee has a weekend planned that is surely to lure area Civil War buffs or families out for a unique event to Washington.
The Town of Culpeper wants the public to help identify potential names for the new combined Public Works/Environmental Services building under construction along Service Road in the Public Works Environmental Services compound
On June 4, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors is set to hold a public hearing regarding a 57.2-acre property in the county portion of Manassas that is set to be transformed from farmland to an area dominated by housing with 15 acres of preserved or restored wooded and open space.
The Rev. Jerry Foltz is setting out to do something this fall something that no Democrat running for the state House of Delegates has done in recent memory: unseat a Republican incumbent who represents parts of Prince William County.
The Town of Culpeper’s Light and Power Department has embarked on several projects designed to increase reliability of the electric service provided to its 4,800 residential and commercial customers.
When Dominion Virginia Power, the town Light and Power’s electricity provider, begins replacing several worn out transformers, town electric customers will experience short power outages on successive Sunday mornings in June.
It's budget season in Culpeper and the document being prepared by the town council will guide spending for fiscal year 2014 beginning July 1.
With the increase of the town meals tax by a penny approved, the Culpeper Town Council turned to other budget matters at a special meeting May 16.
If all goes to plan later this summer, the Virginia Department of Transportation is set to dole out another $1.6 million aimed at easing congestion along the Route 1 corridor through Dumfries.
Opposition to the proposed Bi-County Parkway continued to grow last week as U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th) authored a letter to Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) outlining his "serious reservations about the North-South Corridor project."
For the ninth consecutive year, the Town of Culpeper Treasurer’s Office received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting (CAFR) awarded by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).