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.
Owner Lorraine Early accommodated an eagerly anticipated cake slicing Monday afternoon as Early’s Carpet celebrated its 50-year anniversary with an open house.
This Monday, Early’s Carpet is having an open house to celebrate a half-century of providing carpets, flooring and other home services to the tri-county (and D.C.) area.
With two of the seven members of the Rappahannock County Planning Commission absent, the the commission narrowly voted 3-2 in favor of recommending approval of a Chester Gap tourist home.
Cooter’s heads to Page County; car show to support Shop with a Deputy; Walker Jones partners recognized.
Regional publishers Rappahannock Media (RM) and Piedmont Press & Graphics (PPG) have agreed to a partnership that will see RM acquire PPG’s popular Lifestyle magazines and integrate them into its growing portfolio of regionally focused publications.
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.