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Christopher Martin will not run for Culpeper Commonwealth Attorney, backing Walther

Christopher Martin announced that he will not seek election for Culpeper County Commonwealth’s Attorney in 2015.

Town of Culpeper Approves Monument

Revolutionary War hero and native son will be honored

Town hall meeting to be held at Haymarket Elementary

Vice Chairman of the Prince William County School Board, Alyson Satterwhite, and Brentsville district member, Gil Trenum, will hold a town hall meeting in Haymarket Elementary School’s Story Room on Tuesday, March 17 at 7 p.m.

Culpeper Electoral Board names new registrar, officers

James Clements new General Registrar, Jane Huss Re-appointed to Board

Top Culpeper prosecutor faces civil suit

Assault and battery basis for legal action against Commonwealth Attorney Megan Revis Frederick.

Culpeper County and Town of Culpeper work on new 911 agreement

County administrator Frank Bossio and town manager Chris Hively working collaboratively on a solution.

Former Culpeper mayor found guilty

Former town mayor Chip Coleman's jail sentence and fees suspended

Town of Culpeper continues to study whether to pay for parking spaces in downtown Culpeper

Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. would like the spaces to stay...they are needed when events take place in downtown Culpeper.

Culpeper County 2014 Service Awards

Service Awards were presented at the March 3 Culpeper County Board of Supervisors meeting.

Town of Culpeper Activates Snow Emergency Route Plan

Snow anticipated throughout Thursday Be safe if you need to travel.

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