This Labor Day weekend, by most accounts, represented a significant, if temporary, population increase in Rappahannock County.
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…
In light of recent confusion, the county considers creating a "Rappahannock 101" course for citizens. And here, for the same reasons, is a brief brief primer on how local government works, or is meant to work, in the areas of…
Celebrating a 16-year anniversary in August, Loni Colvin is at the helm of a thriving real estate business, Horizon Real Estate Inc.
Aileen Sewing Plant sparked an agricultural boom, the many mills of the Rush River and Fodderstack's 10k results.
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.
Many thanks to the hosts and sponsors of our August Businesses of Rappahannock Biz Link Networking Social. Held at Gay Street Gallery in Washington.
The Cooter Catastrophe has been a driver of message traffic on Rappnet for the last several days. Accusations and vitriolic responses have scorched the internet with enough misinformation to make my head spin.
PART 3 OF 3: In such communities as Rappahannock, where broadband infrastructure is complicated by hilly, wooded terrain, the onus is now largely on local governments to make it happen, but there remains a wariness here about anything that could…
The owner of Harmony Manor, a substantial hillside home on Clark Lane converted to a B&B by new owners three years ago, is appealing a recent decision by County Administrator Debbie Keyser to revoke the inn’s permit.
The Sperryville Corner Store complex — which has found success over the last decade and a half in the hands of the Thompson family — has also found some new hands.
Sperryville farmers Mike and Molly Peterson went live on Facebook last Friday to accept a $50,000 “Agility” grant from AT&T.
Judson Walls is a guy who as an Air Force navigator mapped out the skies guiding B-52s. When he retired in 2000, he then trekked to Tysons Corner where he worked for some 10 years as a business and government…
Computers first arrive at Rappahannock National Bank and "a Yankee Army encampment" church was destroyed.
Swords crossed on comp plan; commission acts to curb Cooter’s events.