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Another northern Virginia school cancels varsity football season, citing lack of interest
Manassas Park High School will play a junior varsity schedule, principal Pamela Kalso wrote in a letter to parents on Tuesday. Team practices were routinely drawing only 15 players, she said, which raised safety concerns.
Culpeper man dies early Tuesday in crash on Route 3
An 18-year-old passenger in the vehicle with Servance was airlifted with life-threatening injuries to the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville. Arriving at the scene, officers summoned EMS and began life-saving measures on the occupants of the vehicle, according to police.
Time to shine: Culpeper Has Talent returns this weekend
It was a couple of years ago in a local nursing home where his wife of six decades was living with Alzheimer’s disease, and has since passed on. The song was, ‘O Holy Night,’ and he sang it as a duo with a graduating nurse’s assistant.
Back to school: Orange County school year began Wednesday
“It’s weird because we’ve never gone back to school this early. It’s a different feeling,” said senior Jaylaa Prince, who was participating in the club fair in the school cafeteria.
Cause of death rleased for former Orange County football player Darius Minor
On Tuesday, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Maine released the official cause of death for former Orange County football player Darius Minor, who collapsed and died July 24 during workouts at the University of Maine.
Names in the News – Fauquier County – August 2018
Christina Marie Fowlerof Catlett graduated Cum Laude from James Madison University with a degree in interdisciplinary liberal studies.Hannah Elizabeth Twomeyof Broad Run graduated Cum Laude, Honors Scholar, Distinction in Health Sciences from James Madison University with a degree in health sciences
Stanardsville man arrested for driving into a church
Damage was also done to the church cemetery, said Lt. Kevin Fried, of the Greene County Sheriff’s Office.
Culpeper Schools ready to hire design firm for new career and technical facility
“The Request for Proposal is ready to go,” said Stacy Timmons, head of operations for the schools. “It’s written, just waiting for the go-ahead. We’ll post it in the newspaper, look at the proposals that come back and probably form a committee.”
Buried Truth: Self-reliance vs. Jim Crow
By the 1930s, the automobile was well into production and the possibility of expanded travel from town to town, throughout the state, or even cross-country was becoming a reality. However, the African-American population found the desire to travel rife with complications.
More details emerge on theft allegations against former Mountain View fire unit officials
Authorities allege that the items, valued at more than $26,000, were purchased between December 2011 and August 2016 by association members Steven Craig Boutchyard, 53, and Shaun Craig Boutchyard, 29. The items listed as part of a search warrant affidavit include multiple major appliances, electron
This Week in Culpeper - Fredericksburg Today
LM “Sandy” Gerald USHJA Zone 3 Junior Equitation FinalsWednesday, August 15-Sunday, August 17 10 am-1 pmHITS Culpeper, 13256 Commonwealth ParkFor the 13th year HITS will host the LM “Sandy” Gerald USHJA Zone 3 Junior Equitation Finals.FREE
Local man receives additional 10 years
BERRYVILLE — A Front Royal man sentenced July 25 in Frederick County to 10 years behind bars for groping a 9-year-old girl was sentenced to an additional 10 years Monday in Clarke County Circuit Court for a probation violation over the July conviction.The Frederick County sentence was over an incide
Fauquier Sheriff’s Office Daily Activity Report
Fauquier County real estate transfers for Aug. 6-10Monday, August 13The Fauquier County Circuit Court clerk’s office recorded the real estate transfers Aug. 6-10, 2018
Town Council unanimously supports roundabout at McDevitt Drive & Route 3
“We’ve been working several years with VDOT, the regional commission and the county to find solutions at this intersection,” said Town Planning Director Charles Rapp.
Reoccuring rabid cats in the Northern Shenandoah Valley
According to the Lord Fairfax Health District, the first incident was in Maurertown, where a rabid cat reportedly bit four people. This past Thursday, a cat in Front Royal tested positive for rabies. The cat can be described as a stray brown tabby cat and was seen around 22 West Duck Street. The hea
Culpeper stands their ground against James Monroe
Culpeper players, coaches, and fans couldn’t have been anymore pleased with what they saw.
Fast-growing burger chain to open location in Fredericksburg
Burgerim, which translates to “many burgers” in Hebrew, specializes in mini burgers made with 3 oz. patties, which makes them slightly larger than a typical slider. They’re available in four different types of beef, as well as turkey, lamb, chicken, salmon and two vegetarian options.
Annandale Man Crawled In Teen's Window: Police
Joe Nguyen Tien, 30, is charged with burglary with the intent to commit an assault, Prince William County police said.
Culpeper County slammed by Sunday's microbursts
Across the county, law enforcement and emergency response crews responded to traffic hazards, vehicle crashes, downed power lines, trees and flooding caused by the weather.
Storm damage leads landfill to lift dumping fee for Stafford, Fredericksburg residents
This summer’s excessive rainfall, coupled with the high winds, has caused many trees and limbs to fall. Most recently, a thunderstorm Sunday uprooted trees and knocked out power in southern Stafford County.