Speeding one too many times can earn you jail time and a suspended driver’s license, a consequence discovered Tuesday by an Amissville resident who was found guilty in a bench trial of reckless driving by speeding.
Washington resident Bette Mahoney filed a $1 million lawsuit in County Circuit Court against the Inn at Little Washington, claiming negligence and failure to maintain premises by the Inn that created “a dangerous and hazardous condition.”
The RCPC at its regular meeting Nov. 16 considered an application for a tourist home and continued a months-long process of amending the definitions of “transient occupancy” in the county’s zoning ordinance.
While installing guardrails as part of a paving contract along U.S. 211, a Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) contractor broke sewer lines in two places west of Sperryville.
A circuit court grand jury indicted Derek Briggs Murray, 28, of Winchester, on a charge of breaking and entering; and Susan Michelle Altenhein, 48, of Marshall, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
There were no outbursts in Rappahannock County on Election Day, except the one a majority of its voters shared with the rest of the country.
Grief and regret (and heightened security) were palpable in court Monday morning (Oct. 31), as David Michael Williams pleaded guilty to accidentally killing his girlfriend last December in Chester Gap.
Drunk- and drugged-driving arrests in Rappahannock County increased 60 percent in 2013-2015 over the previous seven years. Why?
David Michael Williams was arraigned today in Rappahannock County Circuit Court on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Brittney Danielle Koster last December.
In Rappahannock, where residents fiercely defend the county’s rural and scenic nature, who could possibly object to a trail connecting the county’s villages, schools and recreation area? But several attending the Oct. 19 planning commission meeting did.
Perseverance paid off for Bob and Julie Coonce. The Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals, at their regular Sept. 28 meeting, approved a special use permit for the Coonces to run their property as a tourist home when they are…
With two of the seven members of the Rappahannock County Planning Commission absent, the the commission narrowly voted 3-2 in favor of recommending approval of a Chester Gap tourist home.
Two Chester Gap residents are arraigned, and a speeder loses his appeal in a jury trial in Rappahannock County court this week.
About 45 minutes into the meeting, during a public-comment session, Keir Whitson of Hampton district seemed to sum up eloquently and forcefully the worries of many as he addressed the BZA about “what I think is a huge potential threat…
Ben Jones and Alma Viator decided last week to close Cooter’s in the Country, their popular Sperryville tourist destination, at the end of October.
The Rappahannock County Planning Commission addressed definitions of adaptive reuse of existing structures and transient lodgings, including B&Bs and tourist homes.