FROM THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE: Spring Citizens’ Police Academy accepting applications

The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the spring 2017 session of the Citizens’ Police Academy. Classes will begin on Saturday, March 11, 2017 and will run for four consecutive Saturdays from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. The purpose of the Citizens’ Academy is to educate the public on the duties, requirements, responsibilities and day-to-day operations of the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office. […]


Virginia Real Estate Market ended on brisk note, sales exceeded $37.9 billion

The Virginia residential real estate market eclipsed prior year performance and approached nearly $38 billion in sales, according to the Fourth Quarter 2016 Home Sales Report released by the Virginia REALTORS® association. Key measures, including the total number of sales, value of all transactions, and median sales price, rose from their 2015 benchmarks. […]


Pardoe’s Perspective: Cold Murder Cases in Virginia: A call for action

As a true crime author I write about cold cases in my books. I spend my time interviewing victims’ families and law enforcement officers who have worked such cases. In the last year and a half I have been writing about a string of serial murders here in Virginia that are unsolved after 30 years. In doing so, I have come to a conclusion – we simply are not doing enough to try and drive these ice-cold cases to prosecution. […]


We couldn’t do it without you: Thank You!

Culpeper Community Christmas Basket Program would like to say thank you to the citizens of Culpeper for your support during our 2016 season. We also would like to thank Brandy Station Fire Department for providing a place to organize and carry out our project. We want to thank Kristen Johnson and Clore English Funeral Home staff for their work in collecting toys for the Culpeper Toy Chest. […]