There are three comprehensive plan-specific meetings at which public input would be most welcome: the regular monthly meeting on March 27; on April 8 at town hall; and an April 17 joint work session with the town council.
Retired Circuit Court Judge Alfred D. Swersky heard arguments Wednesday for and against dismissal of a lawsuit by Sperryville llama farmer against the RCBS for alleged violations of Virginia’s FOIA last summer and fall.
The Washington Town Council elected council member Mary Ann Kuhn as the town’s new vice mayor at Monday night’s (Jan. 9) regular monthly session, during which it also heard an update on the Inn at Little Washington’s Middle Street stub…
Rappahannock County Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff says he has reached a plea agreement with the driver of a pickup truck that crashed head-on into Sperryville resident Virginie Audrain’s car last January.
Flatwood Refuse and Recycling Center’s new hours of operation start next Monday (Jan. 9) with one significant (and much-requested) change: The center is now open Mondays.
Former Rappahannock County administrator John W. McCarthy will start the new year on the staff of Piedmont Environmental Council.
Much of the county government was out of touch from Tuesday afternoon through most of Wednesday, after a crew digging on the courthouse lawn severed a cable.
The Washington Town Council’s monthly meeting was short and sparsely populated, on both sides of the head table, and still failed to provide a dull moment. Tourist rentals deregulation and the farmers market's identity being the hot topics.
This month, the board’s actions eventually reflected what the citizens who stood up said they wanted — with the possible exception of those who stood mostly to tell the board that they were untrustworthy and/or headed for disaster.
The supervisors were present in the courtroom, four of the five being respondents in a circuit court suit filed against the board in Sept. by attorney David Konick on behalf of Sperryville llama farmer Marian Bragg.
The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation last week awarded $57,943 from the Richard Lykes Community Fund to nonprofits serving Rappahannock County. Recipients include Food Pantry, Lions, RappU and Nature Camp.
Rappahannock County's supervisors vote to disband the finance committee the board created last year, and at least one supervisor warns that the county-owned RAAC Community Theatre building might eventually be needed for office or courtroom space.
The Washington Town Council Monday night (Nov. 14) unanimously appointed Bradley Schneider, a longtime planning commission member, as the newest member of the council.
Heidi Morf and Vinnie Deluise, proprietors of the unique art gallery/gourmet lunch counter/coffee shop known as 24 Crows, are retiring. This Sunday (Nov. 20) is the shop’s last day of operation.
It was not with a prayer but a legal opinion from acting (and eventual) Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff that the board voted Monday night to appropriate funds in this year’s budget for a legal defense fund.
The Washington Post Office is moving into the 21st century, but not moving from the corner of Main and Middle streets. Upcoming renovations to give fresh look and mail routing to be centralized, sort of.