Courthouse Row

Courthouse Row for Sept. 7

The following home and land transfers were recorded at the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office Aug. 24 to Sept. 1 — Jackson District: Robert L. Boykin Jr., and Judith R. Boykin, husband and wife to Jeremy Piossa, 25.50, $565.000, deed bargain sale. […]

Washington Column

Washington column for Aug. 31

The Norman family came together at the Rappahannock Park last Sunday for their annual family reunion, and have been for 50 years; St. Peter’s is collecting money for the victims of a mudslide in Sierra Leone; and Firehouse Treasures Thrift is holding its Summer 50 Percent Off Clearance on Sept. 2. […]

Washington Column

Washington column for Aug. 24

Child Care Learning Center in Washington this week welcomes new students to their preschool/child care, while introducing them to a new “teacher” named Jub Jub, the iguana; and R.H. Ballard’s new exhibit features Virginia artist Rob Browning. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane

Jan. 20, 1976: A conflict between the Rappahannock Sheriff’s office and the Commonwealth’s Attorney over law enforcement practices and allegedly excessive mileage charges came out in the open at last Friday’s special meeting of the Board of Supervisors. […]

Courthouse Row

Courthouse Row

The following home and land transfers were recorded at the County Circuit Court Clerk’s office Aug. 1-18: Stonewall-Hawthorne: Kenneth F. McCrohan, successor co-trustee of the Kevin Francis McCrohan Revocable Living Trust, 4 parcels, $650,000, deeed. […]

Washington Column

Washington column for August 17

Plenty is happening in September, like a Second Friday series talk by former White House National Coordinator for Security, Richard A. Clarke; the Rappahannock Historical Society annual meeting; and the Retired Teachers Association meets, followed by a tour of the Jones farm. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane

Aug. 26, 1998: This September will mark another major event in the town’s history — its bicentennial celebration. The festival and history parade will take place in Woodville on Saturday, Sept. 26. […]

Courthouse Row

Courthouse Row

Building Permits: The costs cited with the following permit applications are estimates: David Gangel, Washington, pole shed, $1,500; John and Tracy Schwab, Castleton, remodel, $15,000. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane

April 15, 1976: The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors is considering buying the former Aileen, Inc., industrial property near Flint Hill in hopes of restoring jobs in the county. […]

Courthouse Row

Courthouse Row

The costs cited with the following permit applications are estimates: Neil and Becky Burr Simon, Flint Hill, remodel, $200,000; Paul Smith and Michael Dennis, Flint Hill, addition, $5,000. […]

Washington Column

Washington Column for August 3

It’s the ‘dog days of summer’ and folks need AC, a gal’s trip to Atlantic City that is; and Friday is CCLC’s end-of-the-summer-last-blast with a large water slide, snow cones, fun activities for all ages, lunch and more. […]

Courthouse Row

Courthouse Row Aug. 3

The costs cited with the following permit applications are estimates: Thomas Williamson, Castleton, dwelling, $300,000; Tim Ayers and Christine Smith, Sperryville, deck, $20,000. […]

Washington Column

Washington column for July 27

RAAC Theatre’s open “Harvey” reading attracts over 35 eager thespians; the county’s most exclusive bees, arachnids and other insects check in to the Inn’s new 12-room bug hotel; and Ballard’s annual rug clearance sale ends July 30. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane for July 27

Nov. 14, 1974: Rappahannock County is looking into the possibility of utilizing the old Washington school building for county offices space. Dr. R. S. LeGarde, regional health officer, brought the question up at last Thursday’s meeting of the board of supervisors. […]