Retired Circuit Court Judge Alfred D. Swersky heard arguments Wednesday for and against dismissal of a lawsuit by Sperryville llama farmer against the RCBS for alleged violations of Virginia’s FOIA last summer and fall.
Donna O. Matthews has officially resigned her position as superintendent of RCPS effective March 9 and will join the VDOE in Richmond as a coordinator of school improvement.
Caressa Cameron, Miss America 2010, an accomplished vocalist who performed at the 44th president’s inauguration, reflects on the outgoing and incoming administrations.
A singer’s worst nightmare became a heartwarming moment and set the tone for an uplifting 26th Annual Rappahannock County Martin Luther King Jr. Observance on Sunday evening.
The old Nethers’ place here in Flint Hill is being “flipped.” It has been a rental for a number of years, now someone has bought it to fix up and sell. It had fallen into some disrepair the last few…
Overpriced cappuccinos are not essential for ambience, Laurel Mills Store serves gool ol' coffee at 60 cents a cup and a warm slice of Rappahannock charm. Middle Street Gallery reschedules opening reception for January 28.
About 150 hunters and members of the Virginia Hunting Dog Alliance turned out at the Virginia Capitol this past Tuesday to show their displeasure with a bill that would fine the owners of dogs that trespass on other people’s property.
Belle Meade School teacher and equestrian team leader Alex Forte (left) was in Hartford, Connecticut earlier this month for a cold, wet, icy, muddy week — during which she finished second in two USA Cyclocross National Championship races.
Jennifer Flynn has been named the new superintendent of Shenandoah National Park and Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park. Flynn, who has been Shenandoah’s deputy superintendent since 2009, succeeds Jim Northup.
The Sperryville farce, “All a Mistake,” was also set in 1910, but was notable for another reason: the “newness” of things. The farce was performed in Sperryville’s new Masonic Hall, built in 1908.
Rappahannock County High School junior Virginia Wyatt and senior A.J. Palmer contribute to the 30 pints of blood donated at the school last Friday, January 13.
Panthers Quiz Bowl team on the road to states. Wrestling seniors recognized for their contributions, a couple are still undefeated in the district. Panthers and Owls basketball seasons are in full swoosh and three county residents receive JMU student honors.
Powerful moments, along with a former Miss America at MLK celebration at the Little Washington Theatre. The Inn whipped up a surprise birthday cake for their executive steward, Beverly. And Ballard's shop have some exquisite rugs on display.
Find out about upcoming nature events, what to feed birds in winter, how a butterfly’s scales help it fly, bat chatter, a car driven by a scent-seeking moth and more in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
With this guidance in mind, it is now me encouraging readers of this newspaper to become more engaged in our community as citizen journalists. It can be as simple as writing a short story about your daughter’s soccer coach-turned-mentor.
Rappahannock County resident Kathy McNitt didn’t let numerous rain showers from this past week keep her from hiking in Shenandoah National Park, where she captured this artistic shot along the Limberlost Trail.