Part two of "The Land, a Plan, a Future" — a Rappahannock News/Foothills Forum Special Report on efforts to shape Rappahannock County's future.
Local Union Bank & Trust officials Mike Leake and Jason Brady welcome the Virginia bank’s new president John C. Asbury to the Rappahannock Cellars Barrel Room last Thursday.
Kerry Sutten, co-owner of Before & After in Sperryville, performs a balancing act on his ladder while hanging the sign for his new upstairs tenant, Middle Street Gallery, which had its grand re-opening last weekend.
The F.T. Valley store location has quite the history: “Back in the day, it was the gathering spot of the county,” this newspaper reported in 2010. Radio and TV crews would often interview Rappahannock regulars.
It's Fourth (Estate) Friday this week; the Griffin Tavern hosted a supreme VIP; the MacPhersons fill the room for Planning Commision meeting; and this Saturday is the Benevolent Fund Celebrity Waiter Dinner.
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…
Appleton Campbell, the Warrenton-based home services contractor, has earned the industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of customer service to members for the sixth year in a row.
Staff at the Inn at Little Washington focus on the job at hand — which includes, as always, the Inn being open for business both on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
It's an early Fourth (Estate) Friday; La Liste, a new exclusive French guide, names the Inn D.C.’s top restaurant; “Celtic Christmas Concert” returns to Castleton; RCHS play is postponed...
Sperryville’s Christmas spirit is vibrant and celebrate it with many local businesses on Dec. 17 at Copper Fox Antiques first-ever Old World Santa Event and reclaimed wood artisan, Mary Panesis, opens new space.
The Shops at Ginger Hill were the setting for the recent Businesses of Rappahannock Biz Link Networking Social. The crowd of 60-plus business owners enjoyed wines from Gadino Cellars and pizzas from Rudy’s.
As the last lunch was served, on 24 Crows’ last day in operation on Sunday, Nov. 20, co-owner Heidi Morf, in the kitchen with Brooke Parkhurst and chef Mark Metcalfe, playfully summed up the situation in just two words.
The Washington Town Council Monday night (Nov. 14) unanimously appointed Bradley Schneider, a longtime planning commission member, as the newest member of the council.
All in the family: Heritage Hollow Farms welcomes a wee new member to their family and a quick visit to the Sperryville success story that is Shaw's.
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.
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.