The Culpeper Christmas Parade, which has previously been held downtown, is set for 5 p.m. Sunday on Ira Hoffman Lane. The new venue was recently announced by the Culpeper County Sheriff's Office in the following Facebook post:
Dr. Wade Kartchner, Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District director, is encouraging area residents to continue following the often-repeated safety precautions of washing hands, watching distance and wearing masks.
One of the Culpeper Police Department’s newest members – Gracie, a 10-week-old Australian shepherd puppy – is joining the force to provide much different services than her four-legged co-workers.
Culpeper County will remain under a state of local emergency, which was declared at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, until the Board of Supervisors determine otherwise.
Culpeper County has budgeted $730,000 to make one-time payments to parents whose income has been affected by increased childcare costs and homeschooling responsibilities related to the coronavirus pandemic.
A 62-year-old Culpeper man, who was armed, died Thursday afternoon after being shot by a Culpeper County Sheriff’s deputy, state police said.
Discussion surrounding whether the 310-unit Laurel Park neighborhood will receive permission to be constructed in the East Fairfax Magisterial District continued during a Tuesday discussion amongst town officials and developers.
Emerald Hill Elementary School students will have their noses in books over the next few weeks as they participate in a Read-a-Thon fundraiser with hopes of converting the school’s courtyard into an outdoor classroom.
The Culpeper Food Closet got its name because food for needy families was once stored in a closet at St. Stephens Episcopal Church when the program launched in the mid-1980s.
Team Yamasaki from the Mt. Kim Martial Arts studio in Culpeper recently participated in the Good Fights Thanksgiving Throwdown in Maryland, where they took home 16 medals.
As new coronavirus cases in the area are being logged at a faster rate than ever, Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District Director Dr. Wade Kartchner said he hopes residents will use the holiday week to reflect “on things that give us a sense of gratitude.”
While Endless Creations has moved to a new location at 261 Southgate Shopping Center, it remains the same store, just with a wider selection of offerings.
About a week after the Culpeper County Planning Commission recommended that Maroon Solar's application to construct a 1,000-acre solar farm off Raccoon Ford Road be denied, the company pulled its application seeking a permit for the project.
While Culpeper Police Department Officer Matt Satterfield was searching for his first K-9 partner, he tested his personal pet Skyla on a whim.
Capt. Ralph Monaco opens Little Fork Volunteer Fire Department’s front door and steps into the building’s office, where David Burrelli is manning the desk. If he leans back too far in his chair, Burrelli may knock his head against a brush truck that is parked inches away from the office.
This week's newspaper online
- Culpeper County sets aside $730,000 for one-time payments to parents
- Local churchgoers re-file lawsuit against Gov. Ralph Northam over pandemic restrictions
- Gracie joins Culpeper Police Department as support animal
- Culpeper man fatally shot by deputy
- Rescue pitbull joins Culpeper Police Department
- Culpeper Christmas Parade set for Sunday on Ira Hoffman Lane
- Health director urges ‘common sense’
- Food Closet spreads joy and turkey for Thanksgiving
- Developers of proposed 310-home neighborhood address recently posed issues
- Maroon Solar pulls permit for large-scale solar field
- Humidity: 54%
- Cloud Coverage:%
- Wind: 10 mph
- UV Index: 1 Low
- Sunrise: 07:14:22 AM
- Sunset: 04:50:58 PM
Cloudy. High 49F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
Partly cloudy. Low 28F. Winds light and variable.
A few clouds from time to time. High 48F. Winds light and variable.