This week's headlines: The Blizzard of 2016; ‘Outside the box’ sentence for probation violation; Profile: Turning scraps to treasures on Chester Gap; Wild Ideas: Wildlife in the snowpocalypse; Is there hope for historic Waterloo Bridge?; Missing the train
Fourth Estate Friday • At the Theatre, a piano recital with song • Benevolent Fund’s Celebrity Waiters’ Dinner • Rapp at Home open house and new meeting times • Post features Kid Pan Alley
As we continue to dig out, late schools and a warning from VDOT about black ice as temperatures drop overnight.
A dream is a feeling, an understanding and perception that the impossible is possible. That's according to this year’s 2016 MLK “DreamKeeper” Award winner Col. (Ret.) Samuel Glasker, who received his honor at Sunday’s 25th-annual observance of Rev. Dr. Martin…
The busy morning sessions of Rappahannock District Court on Tuesday (Jan. 19) saw cases finalized, charges amended and sentences imposed.
Action taken by Congress last month making federal tax incentive for conservation easements permanent could spur lower-income landowners or farmers to apply.
We’re still months away from the Big Vote this fall, but several key election-related events will happen in February and March. A rundown from Rappahannock County Director of Elections Kimberly McKiernan.
Longtime Ben Venue resident Pat Saltonstall was sent to Selma, Alabama, by the FBI in September 1963 to gather information about the racial injustices taking place in the deep South.
Wild Ideas: Nature notes: Citizen science projects, climate change harbingers and hope for honeybees
Citizen science projects for 2016, thriving weeds and migrating bugs indicate climate change and a new strain of honeybees spells hope for future colony health, in this week's Wild Ideas.
With winter break behind us our Rapp Sports teams are back in action, with most teams approaching or passing the midpoint of their regular seasons.
This is the time of year when the term “hunkering down” comes to mind. Before I tell you how I try to look at winter and waiting for warmer weather, I should recall for you the tale about the fellow…
Wakefield Country Day School senior Monica Marciano of Front Royal was chosen from across the state to be part of the group of 104 student delegates who will attend the program’s 54th annual Washington Week.
Two first-term legislators, a Republican and a Democrat, announced the formation of a new bipartisan caucus Monday, one targeted to make the Virginia General Assembly more accessible to the public.
The Sperryville column for Jan. 21
Dozens of folks gathered last Saturday evening (Jan. 16) for the fourth-annual Christmas tree bonfire on the Avon Hall property in Washington.
The Rappahannock County Democratic Committee held its biennial caucus to reorganize and elect new officers on Saturday, Jan. 9, at the Town Hall.