Telephone fraud is rapidly increasing across the country. As in Virginia, where the number of telephone fraud reports ranks the state 11th in the country, it’s also happening in Rappahannock County.
Linda said I had caught two coons. I thought she was joking. I had no idea how that live trap would catch two animals at once, but that was what I had in the trap. I had caught a big…
Farmer's Market vendors, Ladybug Mountain Farm and The Farm at Sunnyside, work hard and travel far to sell their products.
This Sunday at 1 p.m., the Sperryville Volunteer Rescue and Sperryville Volunteer Fire companies invite you to a joint community meeting to discuss the need for additional volunteers, and for our ideas and overall help.
While most major health organizations, such as the American Cancer Society and the World Health Organization, say that scientific evidence does not show cell phone towers cause health problems, other experts are more skeptical.
Celebrate dark skies at the Park’s Night Sky Festival, meet the reporter who's working on the three-part series on Rappahannock’s digital challenges and more in this week's The Rapp.
The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation traveled to Rappahannock County to award community nonprofits their checks for donations raised in the third annual Give Local Piedmont campaign.
Medics attend to motorcyclist Wayne L. Katz, 48, of Harrisonburg, at midday Saturday before he was flown to U.Va. Medical Center with a broken leg and unknown other injuries, after his motorcycle collided with a SUV on 211.
For the past seven months, I've respectfully advocated, through emails and in-person requests at four of the last seven supervisor meetings, a reduction of the speed limit in the village of Woodville from 35 mph to 25 mph.
Settle’s Grocery and Garage in Flint Hil has grown over the years and Rose Hill, for more than a century a historic and gracious landmark in the county has been sold.
In an effort to increase his farm’s profitability and reduce environmental impacts such as runoff and soil erosion, Flint Hill farmer Mike Sands began working with The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) in 2013.
I was named for Sophia Loren; the folks at RAWL wanted me to feel beautiful. I was abandoned, lost almost half my normal weight of about 80 pounds, and had some nasty eye problems.
The board of directors of Hospice of the Piedmont has announced the appointment of Ronald Cottrell as the organization’s new president and CEO.
Trinity Episcopal Church in Washington announce new rector. Vacation Bible School celebrates Pilgrimage. Prayers needed for Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue Gary Jenkins Jr.
Some Virginians have been able to duck the recent heat wave in air-conditioned offices and homes. But not most farmers, who work outside all year long.
College graduations and new attendees and Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School students honored at the school's annual Middle School Awards Night in Front Royal last month.