Business

Social networking

Business tends to be slow in Rappahannock in February, but it was a busy evening at Gadino Cellars on Tuesday (Feb. 20). More than 60 people showed up, traded ideas and had fun at Businesses of Rappahannock’s quarterly networking event. […]

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Culpeper Cheese Company taking a break

The Culpeper Cheese Company isn’t going “a whey” for long. The venerable downtown business will, however, be suspending operations effective Dec. 27 as owner Jeffery Mitchell searches for a new location for the business. […]

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‘Hiz and Herz’ hobby store in Flint Hill

Flint Hill and indeed all of Rappahannock County welcomes “Hiz and Herz Hobbies & Racing,” a unique hands-on hobby store moving into the old Merry Moo Market site at 617 Zachary Taylor Highway. The hobby store will have its grand opening this Saturday, Nov. 18, at 11 a.m. […]

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Early’s Carpet and Flooring adds room to grow

Entering their 51st year of serving the community, Early’s Carpet and Flooring is still growing. The longtime Amissville flooring company recently finished a 1,184 square foot addition to the business, adding four offices for much-needed administrative space. […]

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Precarious reach

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. […]

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The Rapp for Jan. 26

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. […]

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Council signs up Kuhn, signs off on permit

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 parking lot, landscape and post office renovations. […]