By Alexandra Bogdanovic and staff Former General District Court Judge Charles B. Foley’s position may not be filled for at least two years as a result of a budget amendment included in the spending plan recently approved by the General…

Editor’s Note: This article is an April Fool’s Day parody. Not a word of it is true. Inn adds drive-through The Inn at Little Washington announced this week that it had added a 24-hour drive-through service, tentatively called “EsCarGo,” that…

There is no public hearing Monday at 7 p.m. on the change of venue for the Stonewall-Hawthorne District election polling place from its current location at the Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church — for two reasons. The first reason is there…

My name is Berry, and I am the dog you will be reading about in Guinness’ book. I am, you see, going for the world record of resting. Having thought it through, I think a dog like me can sleep,…

Bradley is about one year old. Like most orange males with white trimmings, he has a wonderful personality. He loves to talk and to lie on his back and have his tummy rubbed but is also pleased to be a…

On Friday, April 9, the Rappahannock Association for Arts and the Community (RAAC) welcomes author Preston Browning as featured speaker for the RAAC Friday at the Library Series. Having grown up in the Culpeper-Rappahannock area (his parents hailed from Rappahannock…

Another year and it’s time again to debate another budget. Are we in for more tax increases? If you are a concerned Rappahannock citizen and taxpayer, please join us on at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Rappahannock County…

These Rappahannock County home and land transfers were recorded in the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office between March 19 and March 25, 2010. Hampton Edward Lee Pullen and wife to Carolyn Pullen Yowell and others, 1 acre, deed of…

On Thursday, April 1 the Rappahannock County Water and Sewer Authority meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Rappahannock County courthouse on Gay Street. On Monday, April 5 the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors meets at a 2 p. m., at…

Special to the Rappahannock News The newly appointed Rappahannock County Tourism Advisory Group (TAG) is working to get the county’s new Visitors Center ready to receive visitors early in the 2010 summer tourism season, possibly as soon as Memorial Day…

The Rappahannock News editorial last week “What Do You Think?” sparked Jim Gannon’s “What’s the Matter With Rappahannock,” which in turn sparked a lively debate on the email list-serve Rappnet. Below are some excerpts: Farming and housing In regards to…

Beyond the scenic easement issue, which I addressed in a Letter to the Editor last week, Rappahannock County has a number of issues that are fundamental to its survival that are of concern. There are many others, but these are…

I fear that my remarks in response to a question from your reporter concerning the Ameresco performance contracting proposal of last year may have conveyed the impression that a decision had been made regarding the means chosen to fund any…

I attended the March committee/team meeting for the Rappahannock Relay for Life Cancer Walk, and was very surprised at the lack of people attending. I began my participation back in the day when Rappahannock held its Relay for Life with…