After being delayed last year due to the coronavirus, the CulpeperFest is returning to June for what promises to be an exciting night of community fun while the great work of local businesses and nonprofit organizations is exhibited.
Four women graduated from employees to owners when they purchased The Pier, which they proudly note is the first bar-restaurant combo under sole female ownership in Culpeper’s history.
Virginia State Police K-9 Vader, a Belgian Malinois, was just 2 years old when he was shot and killed after a high-speed chase in 2018. Once police managed to stop the vehicle, the driver began shooting a gun and struck Vader.
Virginia’s public health officials announced Tuesday morning that the state will temporarily stop administering doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, following reports of very rare but severe blood clots.
Culpeper County Public Schools hopes to become an early adopter of a K-12 coronavirus testing pilot program being launched by Virginia’s departments of education and health.
Culpeper County High School senior Catherine George said “spirits were definitely uplifted” throughout hallways and classrooms on April 12, which was the first day some local students commenced schedules with four days of in-person learning.
A 22-year-old Stevensburg woman died in a Wednesday afternoon wreck in Orange County, Virginia State Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Brent Coffee says.
For 60 years, the Culpeper Mid-Day Lions Club has strived to fulfill the organization’s motto: “We serve.”
The Culpeper Times' 2021 Best of the Best contest kicked off last week and will run through May 4. Anyone can vote for their favorite businesses or category by visiting culpepertimes.com.
Museum of Culpeper History reopens to the public