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Guilty plea in Louisa man's murder

Dion Phoenix Dion Phoenix pleaded guilty in Louisa Circuit Court on Monday to first-degree murder. He is one of three men charged in the March 30, 2016 killing of Kevin Robinson at his Oakland Road home. The plea followed an agreement by Louisa County Commonwealth's Attorney Rusty McGuire to not see

CENTRAL VIRGINIAN - 2017-10-16 22:09:00

Shining a light on solar

Virginia-based solar developer SolUnesco has proposed a 400-acre, 60-megawatt solar farm along Route 20, just a mile from Locust Grove Primary School. During an open house-type forum last week, SolUnesco staff provided interested citizens with an opportunity to learn more about the project, which wi

DAILY PROGRESS - 2017-10-16 13:32:00

Celebrating a century of camaraderie, commerce

When 20 shareholders established Merchants Grocery Company in downtown Culpeper on Feb. 23, 1917, the wholesale food distributor sold tobacco, candy, seasoning, coffee, cheese, meats, roofing materials, paint, heaters and hardware items, to "mom and pop" country stores. They even sold ammunition and

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-10-14 17:38:00

How four local citizens have dealt with cancer and proudly tell their stories

Robin Johnson, a six-year breast cancer survivor from Culpeper, stands proudly with Orange County resident Lori Holmes who currently is battling the disease a second time. Both women participated in the county's Relay for Life event last spring at Eastern View High School. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Fauquie

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-10-15 17:59:00

Local woman fights breast cancer with help from yoga

Two days before Christmas, 17 years ago, Madison resident Julie Coates got the news no one wants to hear. "You have breast cancer," she was told. At the age of 43, with two teenage daughters living at home, Coates decided to fight back against the disease. "It was a complete shock," she said. "I con

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-10-15 19:37:00

ESPN's College GameDay at JMU a Big Success

For the second time in the last three years, ESPN's College GameDay football show was a big success at JMU. About 14-thousand fans showed up for the broadcast Saturday morning at James Madison University. Many of those fans were among the 25,993 in attendance for JMU's 30-8 win against Villanova Sat

NBC 29 NEWS - 2017-10-15 03:17:00

Brie It On - Church's Mac And Cheese Off Fundraiser Exceeds Expectations

Marlena Coburn, manager of A Bowl of Good cafe, serves her restaurant's entry into RISE's Mac and Cheese Off to Austin Gupton during the fundraiser Sunday at Harrisonburg Farmers Market's Turner Pavilion.Daniel Lin / DN-R HARRISONBURG - Isabel Kerr, a 20-year-old James Madison University student, at

DAILY NEWS-RECORD - 2017-10-16 01:33:00

Rimeikis puts community first in bid for re-election

The Culpeper Star-Exponent recently distributed the same questionnaire to five candidates seeking one of four at-large seats on Culpeper Town Council in the November election. This is part of an ongoing series with candidate responses and their basic biographical information. Pranas Rimeikis, town c

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-10-14 23:15:00

Poverty, pool, population and theater among topics at town council candidate's forum

Poverty, population, a public pool and the vacant State Theatre were among the hot-button topics at Thursday's Culpeper Town Council candidates' forum at the Daniel Technology Center. About a dozen audience members came out on a rainy night to hear what the five candidates for town council and unopp

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-10-14 20:53:00

Culpeper flashback: County's villages were once bustling

Culpeper County is unusual because it has only one town, which is located almost exactly in the center of the county. But it does have villages, a concept once used by Board of Supervisors almost 20 years ago to direct growth in the county's comprehensive plan. That growth, however, never materializ

FREE LANCE-STAR - 2017-10-15 01:00:00

Pamper Me Pink in Culpeper

Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center will co-host its 12th annual Pamper Me Pink event with Pepperberries on Tuesday, Oct. 24. Pamper Me Pink was created by Sharon Welch Clark, owner of Pepperberries, after she saw a need in the community to heighten awareness and raise money for

RAPPAHANNOCK NEWS - 2017-10-14 18:33:21

Extended family soldiers on after fire devastated their Louisa home

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DAILY PROGRESS - 2017-10-14 22:48:00

Incumbent Price wants to keep Culpeper place proud to call home

The Culpeper Star-Exponent recently distributed the same questionnaire to five candidates seeking one of four at-large seats on Culpeper Town Council in the November election as well as the unopposed mayoral candidate. This is part of an ongoing series with candidate responses and their basic biogra

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-10-14 23:00:00

Lockdown at VSU lifted after weekend shooting injured one

PETERSBURG, Va. (AP) -- Authorities say a lockdown has been lifted on the campus of Virginia State University following a shooting that left one person injured. Virginia State University Police say via Twitter Sunday morning that "Police have cleared the scene. Officers will remain vigilant. Campus

NEWSPLEX.COM - 2017-10-16 22:36:00

Greene County Holing Community Forum on Broadband Internet Project

Folks in Greene County have a chance to learn more about the county's broadband internet project. A Greene County Broadband Initiative community forum is scheduled to get started at 7 p.m. Monday, October 16, in the County Meeting Room located at 40 Celt Road in Stanardsville. Members of the Greene

NBC 29 NEWS - 2017-10-16 18:18:00

MIT student making sleeping bags for refugees in Middle East

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FREE LANCE-STAR - 2017-10-15 15:05:12

Crash on I-64 slowing eastbound traffic

A crash involving a tractor-trailer has eastbound traffic on Interstate 64 backing up from Dick Woods Road to just after Miller School Road. The crash is at mile marker 114 and is blocking the left shoulder and left lane. No serious injuries have been reported. Adding to the congestion is planned ro

DAILY PROGRESS - 2017-10-17 13:03:00

Freefall concerts bring in the funk this Saturday

Bring your dancin' shoes and a rump to shake! This Saturday'sFreefall Music & Art Festival is turning up the funk! WTJU 91.1 FM and the IX Art Park welcome Oregon Hill Funk All-Stars to the Freefall stage - this Saturday, October 21, 5 - 9 p.m. at the IX Art Park, 522 2nd Street SE in Charlottesvill

AUGUSTA FREE PRESS - 2017-10-17 04:02:58

Greene County man arrested for drug distribution

GREENE COUNTY, Va (CBS19 NEWS) -- A Greene County man is behind bars on drug charges. Nathaniel Ryan Puente, 39, is facing multiple charges including possession and distribution of drugs, possession of firearms and neglect of a child. Greene County deputies said Puente was arrested at his home on M

NEWSPLEX.COM - 2017-10-17 17:08:00

Heather Heyer's cause of death ruled as blunt force injury

Heather Heyer's cause of death was blunt force injury to the chest, according to the Central District Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond. Heyer, a 32-year-old paralegal who was protesting the white nationalist Unite the Right rally in downtown Charlottesville on Aug. 12, died after a c

DAILY PROGRESS - 2017-10-16 23:16:00