It’s the street for artists of RDA and Middle Street

The artists of River District Arts — some 18 potters, printmakers, painters and photographers who rent studio and gallery space from RDA itself, plus the 22 members of the decades-old nonprofit Middle Street Gallery artists’ cooperative — are about to…
After a day-long jury trial, motorcyclist pleads guilty

A much-anticipated case of eluding police was settled in Rappahannock County Circuit Court Tuesday night after a day-long jury trial marked by grisly descriptions and pictures of injuries suffered in an accident resulting from a high-speed chase from Culpeper County…
A last, fast budget hearing

At their final public hearing on Rappahannock County’s fiscal year 2017 budget Monday night at the courthouse, the supervisors heard relatively little but did informally resolve a couple of nagging issues raised by the small group of citizens who showed…
Appeal of CTB’s stub street decision dismissed

Circuit Court judge rules in favor of the Commonwealth Transportation Board, dismissing David Konick’s and his co-appellants’ claim that the board illegally removed the stub end of Middle Street from VDOT's secondary-road system.
Sperryville column for May 26

A visit with Castleton's Nina May, a force of nature whose latest project is a film series entitled “Daily Bread," currently in production and to be shot entirely in Rappahannock County.
Wild Ideas: Nature as medicine

Having a passion for nature can be rewarding in many ways, but now scientists are finding that being out in nature offers real health benefits.
DARE to have fun

A few pictures from DARE Day, the annual chance for youngsters and others at Rappahannock Elementary to see firsthand what emergency responders do, which went off without a hitch last Friday.
Your Next Best Friend: Lindsay

My name is Lindsay and the RAWL people think I might be mostly Brittany Spaniel or maybe King Charles (or Queen Charlotte, in my case). But I’m really not high-falutin’ enough to be of royal lineage.
Another successful business social

Not to be outdone by Sperryville, Businesses of Rappahannock’s most recent networking social in Little Washington was a huge success! Always happy to support our local nonprofits, we were happy when the Rappahannock Historical Society offered to host the event.…
Meetings and notices for May 26

Foothills Forum Board meets at 10 a.m. today (Thursday, May 26) in the 4-H Conference Room, 2nd Floor, Kramer Building in Washington. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 540-675-1207. Memorial Day closings: All Rappahannock County…