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What you will find in the DECEMBER 10 Rappahannock News:
Rapp steps (lightly) onto cell carriers’ maps
Two major cellular carriers have plans for Rappahannock County. One of the projects, approved by the board of supervisors Monday night for T-Mobile, could increase cell-signal coverage in the county by 20 percent. The other, a broadband-technology trial already underway by AT&T, is neither an immediate nor permanent fix to the inherent connectivity issues of a place with a population density of 26 people per square mile, but does offer hope.
Group appeals stub street release
Attorney David Konick and four other supporters of his nearly year-long legal challenge of “beautification” projects by the town of Washington and its largest business, the Inn at Little Washington, have filed an appeal in Rappahannock County Circuit Court of the Commonwealth Transportation Board’s Oct. 27 decision to remove the stub end of Middle Street from its secondary-road system.
The Rapp: Kid Pan at the symphony, bluegrass at the Theatre
Check out The Rapp for a weekly taste of things to do and see in and around Rappahannock County.
Supervisors tackle rescue, billing, reimbursement puzzle
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors spent nearly an hour at its Monday afternoon session (Dec. 7) trying to sort out who — when an ambulance ride is called for — should bill whom for what.
What a parade!
Pictures — five pages of them — from Sunday’s Christmas in Little Washington parade and village-wide celebration of the holidays.
‘The Mark’ of the professional(s)
More pictures: No need for a Hollywood tour package for those who visited the Washington School last weekend, where The Forge Studios was shooting its first full-scale production at its new world headquarters, a sci-fi martial arts action short called “The Mark.”
Grand larceny sentence in circuit court
Recent cases in Rappahannock County Circuit Court and district court.
Plus: Lots of Events, the Washington and Amissville columns, Richard Brady’s Clark Hollow Ramblings, the Crossword and more.
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