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Demolishing buildings to restore history

- When Tony Troilo drove down the driveway of his house on the crest of historic Fleetwood Hill for the last time, he left many memories in his rear view mirror, especially those from the single-story home closest to Fleet Wood Heights Road where three generations of his family lived at one time.

Pedestrian safety a top concern as school resumes

- Culpeper County Public School students will return to school on Monday, August 18, and Culpeper County Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins and Culpeper Chief Chris Jenkins are asking drivers to be vigilant about school bus and pedestrian safety.

ID programs help protect the children

- Culpeper Police Records Supervisor Sharon Brown watches the computer as 10-year-old Skyler Haught presses her finger against the small biometric scanner, leaving a detailed copy of the ridges of her fingerprint on the screen.

Administrators take on new roles

- With students and teachers buying school supplies and new clothes, there are several Culpeper County Public School (CCPS) administrators who are changing positions and donning "new hats."

Culpeper in Brief

Culpeper County countryside. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper Community.

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Dave Goodrich. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper Community happenings.

Saddle Ridge Farm raises good food and grows on dreams

The Heritage hogs at Saddle Ridge take a bit longer to get to market weight. They aren't fed hormones but fatten from what they find foraging in the woods. Photo by Ian Chini.
- Keith Farrish owned a Northern Virginia car dealership and made a very good living, but the 51-year-old hated the car business.

Property Transfers for July 2014

- Land Transfers for the month of July 2014 as recorded by Director W. Jason Kilby at the Culpeper County Assessor's Office.

Key Trends

- During the second quarter of 2014, the median sales price for all property types sold in the Greater Piedmont Area real estate market showed a 12 percent year-over-year increase, rising to $275,000 from the Q2 2013 level of $245,500.

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