TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Thu., Apr. 30 - Superintendent search yields three finalists
Thu., Apr. 30 - Jamie Clancey announces bid for Culpeper Town Council
Thu., Apr. 30 - Veteran attorney Hunter B. Chapman recently filed a civil petition, in the Culpeper County Circuit Court, naming Commonwealth Attorney Megan Frederick as the defendant in an effort to get Frederick to seek criminal charges against a former employee of Virginia Broadband. While seeking a criminal process, the petition itself is civil and is filed in civil court.
Thu., Apr. 30 - Three members of a Culpeper town council Public Safety, Public Works Committee voted Tuesday against the recommendation of a taxpayer-funded $32,400 traffic study that measured traffic volume and impact on nearby intersections if Burgandine Avenue was closed at Ira Hoffman
Thu., Apr. 30 - The Culpeper Town Council spent more time debating the funding of outside agencies at last Thursday’s special council meeting than talking about the rest of the $16.1 general operating budget, which has generated little discussion since it was unveiled last month.
Thu., Apr. 30 - Tips for making your lawn healthy & green
Thu., Apr. 30 - Fauquier Health Foundation awards grant to Culpeper County Parks and Recreation Department
Thu., Apr. 30 - UVA Culpeper Hospital recently acquired eight new sleeping recliners to help patients’ family members sleep well next to loved ones.