IMPORTANT: we are quickly approaching the deadline for finalizing the list of names to be published on the memorial plaque. Now is the time to take a final look at this list of names and let us know if anything…
In this week's Sperryville column, Rappahannock's Blue Ridge Heritage Project sets April 29 for its dedication ceremony, and RappU has a spring courses coming up.
Janet and Eric Tollefson's enterprise the Sperryville Trading Cafe and Market, in what used to be the Emporium, now houses the Briar Patch, a welcoming bookstore owned by Alma Viator and Ben Jones.
Two County Supervisors and others helped lay the first stones for the "Chimney Memorial" for displaced families. Hearthstone School is once again hosting a Beatles-inspired Valentine’s Dinner & Dance benefit concert this Saturday.
In 1852, Paschal Graves, the grandfather of Jimmy Graves, the current owner of Graves Mountain Lodge, opened an “ordinary” or inn along the Blue Ridge Turnpike.
On Saturday, February 11, we will see the first stones selected for the “Chimney Memorial” to commemorate the hundreds of mountain people who were unwillingly moved to make way for the Shenandoah National Park.
The F.T. Valley store location has quite the history: “Back in the day, it was the gathering spot of the county,” this newspaper reported in 2010. Radio and TV crews would often interview Rappahannock regulars.
Freddie was that for me, he was everything I loved about Rappahannock. From the forty cats he had to the beautiful music he made. Everything he did, he did for love.
Overpriced cappuccinos are not essential for ambience, Laurel Mills Store serves gool ol' coffee at 60 cents a cup and a warm slice of Rappahannock charm. Middle Street Gallery reschedules opening reception for January 28.
Nina explains that the new series “is a faith-based, post-apocalyptic drama starring eight millennial women stranded on a farm after a solar flare hits the earth, and they decide to rebuild civilization without losing their humanity, and all they have…
According to southern tradition, eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day is thought to usher in prosperity. Mary Frances Fannon introduced the tradition to Laurel Mills more than a quarter-century ago.
Sperryville’s Christmas spirit is vibrant and celebrate it with many local businesses on Dec. 17 at Copper Fox Antiques first-ever Old World Santa Event and reclaimed wood artisan, Mary Panesis, opens new space.
All in the family: Heritage Hollow Farms welcomes a wee new member to their family and a quick visit to the Sperryville success story that is Shaw's.
Thornton River Grille/Corner Store complex new owner welcomes you, with his faithful canine at his side; Crystal Crown Series at Greenwood was blessed with sunny skies, faces and show places.
A new exhibition celebrating the simple beauty of trees is in store in Rappahannock County. Jackie Bailey Labovitz, an accomplished artist, curator and proprietor of the Cottage Curator in Sperryville, will join the celebration honoring the Park's 100th anniversary.
The North Fork of the Thornton River in Old Hollow played host to such a baptism. Fifty or so parishioners from the Amissville Full Gospel Church arrived to watch nine of their sisters and brothers, celebrate their faith.