Ben Jones and Alma Viator decided last week to close Cooter’s in the Country, their popular Sperryville tourist destination, at the end of October.
The Rappahannock County Planning Commission addressed definitions of adaptive reuse of existing structures and transient lodgings, including B&Bs and tourist homes.
It may be of interest to the greater community that two political "Trump" yard signs were recently removed from two separate locations in Rappahannock County: Castleton and Washington.
A heartfelt thank you to the wonderful community of Trinity Episcopal Church. My mother, Barbara Kiley, who passed away in July, was a devoted member of Trinity.
Bryan Graves, facing charges of driving while intoxicated and causing maiming, a felony; and a second-time DWI offense, a misdemeanor, appeared in Rappahannock County Circuit Court last Thursday (Aug. 18) to set a trial date.
The Forest Grove Baptist congregation is pleased to have called on Reverend Nathan Townley to be its pastor, he had been a part-time interim pastor for about a year for Forest Grove.
Many thanks to the hosts and sponsors of our August Businesses of Rappahannock Biz Link Networking Social. Held at Gay Street Gallery in Washington.
One hundred and twenty 4-H volunteers were celebrated at this year’s Rappahannock County 4-H Volunteer Appreciation Picnic.
Robert “Smiggy” Smith is a a well-known local musician and wood craftsman, a Scot who has traversed the world and played with renowned bands.
The Cooter Catastrophe has been a driver of message traffic on Rappnet for the last several days. Accusations and vitriolic responses have scorched the internet with enough misinformation to make my head spin.
Fourth (Estate) Friday, 1000 Faces at Stone Hill, the Park turns 100 and waives entrance fees this weekend and Gay Street Gallery joins in on the celebration.
Tremella fuciformes, or “snow fungus,” decorates a fallen tree in the forest near Washington last week.
Larry Grove, president of the Rappahannock County Lions Club, and Jim Blubaugh, chairman of the Lions Club Foundation, attended the Rappahannock Fire Association meeting last week to distribute $400 checks collected from the Shop-Like-a-Lion Amazon program. For every dollar spent…
In Amissville last week, this red-tailed hawk came down on a unprepared squirrel in a serendipitous spot of sunlight, just a few yards from a fully prepared photographer. After a brief glance, the hawk departed with his prey, the photographer…
In this week’s Wild Ideas column, Pam Owen contemplates what constitutes a “pest” is and the vagaries managing them.
General Pope selected Rappahannock County as the place to organize and drill this new army before heading into the campaign of Second Manassas.