Kelley A. Pearson worked in public education for 31 years, including 27 years as an assistant principal in Culpeper County; Reva candidate is seeking to represent the Salem District.
Local congresswoman says she has been listening to Virginians who do not want to default on federal debt; NRCC calls her an extreme Democrat who votes against commonsense cuts.
ERIC director: nonprofit is a membership group created by state election officials to improve accuracy of state voter rolls and register more eligible Americans.
Foster care kids aren't sleeping in offices these days but there's still more work to do, Youngkin says.
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The program repays student loans up to $250,000 for those who agree to serve as a full-time substance use disorder treatment providers in underserved areas.
Larry Jackson is retired U.S. Dept. of Army engineer who teaches math at Northern Virginia Community College.
Culpeper workforce center manager Jason Ford running as a Democrat in the 28th District election against incumbent Bryce Reeves.
Culpeper Public Services Director Jim Hoy: the town is working with the planning dept. and sign contractors to fabricate new signs that should be posted later this summer.
Elizabeth Melson sits on the board of Rappahannock County Social Services, is farm market manager running as independent in crowded District 28.
Recent Mary Washington graduate, CCHS alum said he wants to provide voters with another option.
The nine-building campus will create 450 full-time jobs—50 positions per data center making $100K/year, according to the real estate developer.
Four days after announcing candidacy, former deputy says an opportunity came up making it unfair to pursue the position any further.
New executive order covers laws that will give harsher punishment to those who distribute fentanyl and more treatment to those addicted.
Tawana Campbell to run as independent in November against State Sen. Bryce Reeves, R-Spotsylvania, who has represented the area since 2012.
The plot chickens: town joining county in proposing rules for backyard birds.
Like Reeves, McGuire will have an edge in the general election, as the 10th District is heavily Republican.
Spotsylvania veteran received more than three-quarters of ballots in party canvass Saturday against challenger Republican Mike Allers, a public schools educator from Ruckersville.
Supervisors split vote to advertise public hearing to create new business personal property tax category and lower rate for data centers in the pipeline, including one up for review along McDevitt Drive.
Culpeper County Republicans will hold party canvass May 13 to select nominee: former CCSO Capt. Joe Watson or former Deputy Ashleigh Baughan.
A proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2024 includes a real estate tax rate deduction in the Town of Culpeper.
African American Heritage Alliance and Right the Record recognizing more than 300 local men who enlisted in the USCT, at two upcoming events.
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Voters in Virginia State Senate District 28 will select this Saturday between incumbent Bryce Reeves and challenger Mike Allers, of Ruckersville, a retired educator who says he wants to bring parents back into public schools.
Banks won't deal with cannabis businesses due to fear of potential prosecution under federal law that maintains marijuana as an illegal, controlled substance.
Saturday visits started at Muddy Flats Farm, a turkey and beef cow operation run by Stevensburg Supervisor Susan Gugino, and her husband.
All Points Broadband President Tom Innes is slated to give an update on Culpeper's high-speed project to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Candidates for state and local offices seeking the local Republican party’s endorsement or nomination were invited to attend the timed question & answer exchange at the American Legion.
Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) has cosponsored a bill that could affect dual enrollment programs in the Culpeper County area.
Retired Culpeper Police Chief Chris Jenkins receives Lifetime Victims’ Advocacy Award from local Victim Witness Program.
VETS Indexes again recognizes CCSO for commitment to recruiting, hiring, retaining, developing, and supporting veterans and the military-connected community.