I would suggest that embracing the short-term rental community from a policy perspective, setting high expectations, and then monitoring the results might prove to be successful.
A very special thank you to the underwriters and guests who helped make the event such a success. Together we raised over $13,000 dollars!
Due to muddy fields, 1000 Faces Mask Theatre is moving its Saturday show (Oct. 1) to the yard of Howard and Julie Coon in Castleton.
Last Saturday (Sept. 24) marked the first day of registration for the Commit to Be Fit Challenge, a school-sponsored wellness program funded by the PATH Foundation.
At the annual field day sponsored by RappFLOW, high schoolers in the morning and sixth graders in the afternoon went from station to station, soaking up resource appreciation and protection.
Max is back at Union Bank; the Bean Hollow Boys rocked the ecumenical picnic; Peter Luke speaks about "The most important election."
The Rappahannock Lions, along with members of the Madison Lions, tested 84 kindergarten, pre-K and Head Start students’ vision with the newly developed Spot, a handheld device designed to diagnose vision disorders.
Jeff Woodall, huntsman for Old Dominion Hounds, is shown on a cubhunting (or “cubbing”) — run last Thursday at Poes Run, a property on North Poes Road.
Cooter’s heads to Page County; car show to support Shop with a Deputy; Walker Jones partners recognized.
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Regional publishers Rappahannock Media (RM) and Piedmont Press & Graphics (PPG) have agreed to a partnership that will see RM acquire PPG’s popular Lifestyle magazines and integrate them into its growing portfolio of regionally focused publications.
Hunt Harris, instructor for RRA-sponsored tennis clinics, talks with pride about his first student. Charlotte Turnmeyer of Flint Hill has been getting better at softball and Richie Burke is planning to give the old store a new lease on life.
It’s amazing what two dozen Rappahannock Lions Club members and a few spouses accomplished last Thursday (Sept. 22).
During perusal of the Oct. 27, 1983 edition of the Rappahannock News — and in light of certain headlines in the same paper 33 years later — these vintage campaign ads just seemed to jump off the page.
The family truly appreciated the cards, flowers, food and donations given in her honor. The kindness demonstrated to us will always be remembered and is a most fitting tribute to Rosalie’s memory.
The Washington Planning Commission hosts two public forums this Saturday afternoon (Oct. 1) and Monday evening (Oct. 3), seeking ideas and feedback from town and county residents as the town revises its comprehensive plan.