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Hedgewood Drive fire incident

- On Monday, October 20th at approximately 9:30 a.m., fire and rescue units were dispatched for a fire in a 4-story senior living apartment complex located in the 13900 block of Hedgewood Drive in Woodbridge. Upon arrival, fire and rescue units discovered smoke and fire on the first floor dining room area.

Stratford to hold career fair

- Stratford University will hold a career fair on Oct. 30 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their campus located at 14349 Gideon Drive in Woodbridge.

Emory University announces graduates

- Three Woodbridge students graduated recently from Emory University.

Allen graduates from Randolph-Macon

- D'Andre Allen of Dumfries, the son of Robert and Tori Allen, has graduate from Randolph-Macon. During his time at the academy Allen was a member of the National Spanish Honor Society.

LETTER:Spam is out of hand, from left and right

- I'm so fed up with countless Democrat fund-raising emails asking for money to fund a non-existent impeachment fight - especially given that the U.S. House Judiciary Chairman, Bob Goodlatte, who heads the House Committee that would have to pass on any impeachment resolution, said there is none under consideration nor contemplated.

Softball match to benefit wounded vets

- The first-ever 12U and 14U open Military Appreciation Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament will be held on Nov. 1 and 2 at Valley View Park in Bristow.

Onward to victory

- At 7-1, it appears the Battlefield varsity football team of yore is back and ready for the post-season. This past Friday on homecoming night in Haymarket, the Bobcats crushed visiting Osbourn 51-13 to pick up their second-straight win against a Conference 4 opponent from Manassas.

Fourth time’s the charm

- Call homecoming a double victory for senior Corey Parker. Not only did the Battlefield varsity football team maul visiting Osbourn 51-13 on Friday night in Haymarket but senior player Parker brought home something else a little extra special too: The homecoming king's crown.

Realty company holds ribbon cutting

- The new location of Move4Free Realty held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct.16 at 3 p.m. at 8551 Rixlew Lane #140 in Manassas. Representatives from the Prince William Chamber of Commerce and some of Prince William County officials were in attendance.

Alstyne graduates summa cum laude

- James Madison University has announced the students who graduated with honors during the spring 2014 semester. Among them, Kaitlin Van Alstyne of Dumfries received a bachelor of science degree in psychology.

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Culpeper police investigating fight call

Culpeper Town Police are investigating a fight call that came in about 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Ann Wingfield Apartments where they located a vehicle allegedly involved in the incident at Page and South East streets.

Shortly before police approached the car, a passenger left the vehicle and was later detained by police near Virginia Community Bank.

“The officer thought he heard a gunshot,” said Major Ricky Pinksaw.

Police and Culpeper County sheriff’s deputies blocked off traffic on Orange Road between Cherry Street and South Main Street as they and K-9 units searched for a possible weapon.

No weapon was found.

The man detained by police has been cooperative said Pinksaw.

No one was injured during the incident which is under investigation.

No charges have been placed.

Wally Bunker is a freelance contributor with the Culpeper Times. You may reach him at wallybunker@outlook.com
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Alstyne graduates summa cum laude

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