“Our goal is to determine a top three or five and set up interviews for the coming two weeks,” he explained. “It is likely we will not have a decision by the June regular meeting, but potentially before the end…
Mike Biniek brought his entrepreneurial spirit to Rappahannock County almost 23 years ago when he and his wife, Susan Hoffman, started the Belle Meade Summer Camp that later expanded to a B&B, farm, and school.
Arousing perhaps the most emotion was the unveiling of the plaque inscribed with family names and photos, an honor given a woman — Mary Bolen Burner, 96 — lived and made her home upon the Blue Ridge Mountain land.
At the request of the Rappahannock County Treasurer, the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s initiated an investigation in March 2017 concerning the County government’s accounting practices.
Rappahannock County real estate agents were a whole lot busier in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same time last year, with residential up 75 percent and land sales up 140 percent.
Thrillist, one of the country’s leading digital lifestyle brands providing all that's new or unknown in food, drink, entertainment, nightlife, gadgets and gear, has just chosen Sperryville as “The Best Small Town to Visit in all 50 States.”
One evening last week, the calling of gray treefrogs put Pam Owen once again on the hunt for mating herps, in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
As a soldier, prosecutor, and legislator, I’ve devoted my life to defending American ideals. Anyone who believes the color of a person’s skin makes us different is an anathema to the values I’ve fought for.
Preserving Obamacare violates the freedoms on which this country was founded, in search of a “nicer world” which Adam and Eve abrogated for humanity. If you want socialism, move to Venezuela or Cuba.
All of us who attended the piano concert Sunday afternoon at the Theatre House at Castleton Farms were thrilled by the piano playing of Emanuel Rimoldi. He is an amazing young pianist.
Have no fear of them ‘coming after you.’ They will not. If you do not harass them, they will do one of two things: they will stay still, depending on camouflage, so as to be overlooked, or they will flee.
I had to kill a copperhead two years ago when I came down my back steps. I turned to see what my cats were staring at and the copperhead struck me at my boot flap areas [but] didn't penetrate.
Thanks to Merrimack College professor Joe Kelley, author of St Augustine of Hippo an inspiration to at least one member of this past year’s Augustinian discussion group at St Peter’s [Catholic] Church in Rappahannock County.
CCLC’s 2004 pre-kindergarten class alumni came for a return visit; “Gestation Seven, One Was Black and One Was White,”book-signing this Saturday, May 27 at Rare Finds Gifts and Antiques in Washington with author Stewart Willis.
A uniquely bonded crowd turned out for Saturday’s dedication of the Blue Ridge Heritage Project’s Rappahannock Memorial near Sperryville, honoring those County families displaced during the formation of Shenandoah National Park.
The sixth-annual Rappahannock County Driver’s Soap Box Derby yard sale, held on the grounds of the Old Sperryville Schoolhouse, offering everything from antique furniture to locally grown spring herbs and flowers, was a huge success.