Retired Judge Jay Swett has been appointed to preside over the defamation suit filed by Culpeper police officer Matthew Haymaker against former Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Frederick and five former members of her staff.

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Retired Judge Jay Swett has been appointed to preside over the defamation suit filed by Culpeper police officer Matthew Haymaker against former Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Frederick and five former members of her staff.

When the Culpeper County boys basketball team looks back to Friday night’s game with 6A Stonewall Jackson-Manassas, the Blue Devils won’t have to look far to see why they lost, 78-76.

On Tuesday, Virginia Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine asked the chair and ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense to protect funding for the Carrier Replacement Program during the Fiscal Year 2017 appropriations process.

Officers seize more than one pound of marijuana, $1,000 in cash from residence in 600 block of Mountain View Drive.

The Culpeper County Library makes a difference in the quality of life in our community through a wide variety of services, programs and resources. Why not consider making a difference while planning your end of year giving by giving to at least one of three organizations which accept donatio…

The Virginia Tourism Corp. Thursday started a new marketing program specifically aimed at drawing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered — aka LGBT — tourists to visit the state.

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