‘The Odd Couple’ opens this weekend • Rush River movie debuts at MOMA • Move your business forward with the Entrepreneur Express
Rappahannock County Deputy Administrator Debbie Keyser recommended to the Board of Supervisors Monday that it start saving money for what many believe is inevitable: the county’s first paid emergency responder.
Planning officials reject Parma request (again)
That anthem from “Oliver” could be the theme song for May 7, Food Pantry Day in Rappahannock County. It’s a day to celebrate the success of a community commitment to ensuring no one goes hungry on the morning side of…
Scottish-born actor Angus Macfadyen says he started down the road to playing Shakespeare’s fatally crazed king mostly to keep from going insane himself.
The Rapp for March 24: Pat Whorton is retiring • Foothills Forum is meeting • Fourth Friday is not meeting • Learn how to be an actor • New exhibit opens at Gay Street Gallery
The Rapp for March 17: Telephone program reassures shut-ins • Improv workshop • John Cowan Band in Concert at Drum & Strum
Efforts to preserve our native wildlife, whether by governmental agencies or nongovernmental organizations, have increasingly been shifting toward conserving habitat by protecting and growing native plants, as a recent forum on habitat conservation demonstrated, in this week's Wild Ideas column.
Kim McKiernan likens herself to an event planner — with one important distinction. “I plan huge events at seven locations simultaneously, I get no RSVPs and have no idea how many people will ‘attend'.... And if I do any of…
If you received an invoice for ambulance transport, please ignore it.
Rappahannock resident Bill Walton’s most recent film, “The Ticket,” has been chosen as one of 10 films - from a pool of 6,626 hopefuls - to compete for top honors next month in the Tribecca Film Festival’s US Narrative Competition.
With temperatures rising into the 70s, and the county budget building process underway, things got hot in the crowded courthouse in Washington.
The March 8 docket in Rappahannock District Court reflected defendants who have been in and out of the courtroom on a number of occasions.
Hunter is teaching a five-part class this spring for RappU called “Your Rappahannock Watershed” which will convene Tuesday nights 7:30-9 p.m. starting March 30 at the Rappahannock Library.
Town Attorney John Bennett, the selling agent for the 12-acre Avon Hall property, has entered into negotiations with an undisclosed party who has expressed “serious” interest in parts of the property.
Once the Sustainable Technology Institute crew out of Richmond finishes the 10-day installation, the sun’s power will generate around 49,000 watts of electricity, enough to cover the farm’s entire energy use.