UVA Community Credit Union senior loan officer Tripp Butler was one of five presenters Wednesday weighing on current events impacting local business for the annual Chamber of Commerce program.
The Virginia Dept. of Health COVID dashboard reports 615 COVID cases in Culpeper County for the past 13 weeks—since early to mid October, and six deaths in Culpeper during this time.
The Rixeyville fire station with the only volunteer large animal rescue team in Virginia ended the year saving a trucker’s ridding buddy.
SmartAsset releses list from IRS data of the amount of money people donate as a percentage of net income and proportion of people who made donations.
TUESDAY, Dec. 6, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Pharmacists can now. prescribe hormonal contraceptives in 20 U.S. states, plus Washington, D.C., giving women easier access to birth control, a new report says.
Speakers address culturally responsive teaching, graduation rates, opportunities, parental involvement, implicit bias and critical race theory during the Culpeper NAACP's regional forum.
Monkeypox is a rare, contagious rash illness caused by a virus spread mostly by close contact between people or between people and certain animals, according to CDC and VDH.
Deputies Zachary Lawrence and John Clubb helped welcome healthy baby boy into the world along James Madison Highway as his mother could not get to the hospital in time.
Diocese Bishop Burbidge: the Russian invasion should inspire all people of good will to pray and fast for the end of all violence in the region and for political leaders to find a pathway for peace.
36-year-old is known to travel and stay with her boyfriend, Bradley Runyon; has a tattoo of a scorpion on right ankle and a dragon on back.
The U.S. military is ramping up evacuations and now has enough aircraft to get 5,000 to 9,000 people out a day, Army Maj. Gen. Hank Taylor said Thursday.
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Read through the obituaries published today in Culpeper Star-Exponent.
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LSU is going to the women's national championship game for the first time. Alexis Morris scored 27 points, Angel Reese had 24 and the Tigers beat top-seeded Virginia Tech 79-72 in a national semifinal game. The Tigers are in their second season since coach Kim Mulkey returned to her home state to take over an LSU program that once lost five consecutive national semifinal games. LSU will play Sunday against the winner of the South Carolina-Iowa semifinal. Elizabeth Kitley had 18 points for Virginia Tech, the ACC champion that was in the Final Four for the first time.
LSU reaches first national title game in women's basketball, beating Virginia Tech 79-72 in Final Four
LSU reaches first national title game in women's basketball, beating Virginia Tech 79-72 in Final Four.
The six Democratic women serving in the Virginia Senate sharply rebuked one of their male colleagues as they endorsed his opponent in the June primary election this week. The Virginia Senate Democratic Women’s Caucus criticized Sen. Joe Morrissey's position on abortion and what they called his history of “divisive and destructive actions" in a statement Wednesday. Their public reprimand marked an unusual departure from the typical practice of legislators backing incumbents in primaries and avoiding public disputes among members. It also seemed to set off the flurry of subsequent endorsements of Lashrecse Aird, from U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger and other legislators. Morrissey disputed the women's allegations and accused them of trying to make abortion the sole focus of the race.
Americans are focusing more on railroad safety after two recent fiery derailments in Ohio last month and in Minnesota this week. Both prompted evacuations. The derailments have prompted federal regulators and members of Congress to propose a number of safety reforms. They may expand regulations for transporting hazardous materials to more trains and consider setting standards for the trackside detectors railroads use to help identify equipment problems before they can cause derailments. But railroads have a long history of resisting new regulations. The railroads do have a good record overall of delivering hazardous materials safely but as the recent derailments show, even one crash involving dangerous chemicals can be disastrous.
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Content by Salem Tourism. For pickers and antiques aficionados, everything old is new again, and there’s certainly plenty of charming territory to explore in the welcoming town of Salem on the northwest outskirts of Roanoke, Virginia.
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Seized in the search of home near Catlett was 104 grams of pressed fentanyl pills, 43 grams of crack cocaine, 38 grams of powder cocaine, 29 grams of methadone and seven handguns.
Janet Gullickson, 69, was arrested following a traffic stop March 16 on Dahlgren Road in King George County.
Blue Ridge Narcotics & Gang Task Force in March 9 raid of home seized 27 grams of powder cocaine, 13 grams of meth, 13 grams of crack cocaine, 13 grams of fentanyl, prescription pills, $3,163 cash and a vehicle.
Voting rights restoration is no longer automatically started when inmates finish their sentence.
Trump was indicted in New York City on charges involving payments made during his 2016 campaign to quash claims of two extramarital affairs. It marks the first time in history that a former U.S. president has been criminally prosecuted.
Fourteen books, including two by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison, will be “excluded” from Spotsylvania County school libraries, superintendent Mark Taylor has decided.
A party canvass will be held May 13 to endorse candidates for commonwealth’s attorney, sheriff, treasurer, commissioner of the revenue, clerk of the court and Board of Supervisors.