We will thank all our letter-writers for respecting our policy not to print election-related letters in the edition just prior to the Nov. 8 election — in other words, the Nov. 3 edition — as printed responses would be impossible…
Update on the stub street, Atlantic City, here we come and our collegiate intern's road to journalism.
The postseason is in full swing for Rapp Athletics — and this week includes a first-ever conference championship team win for RCHS' girls varsity track.
Highlights from this week's Rappahannock News eEdition, the digital version of the newspaper available at rappnews.com/eEdition every Wednesday night.
Longtime Rappahannock County Commissioner of the Revenue Beverly Atkins has decided not to run for reelection Nov. 3. Meanwhile, school board member Amy Hitt says she's running for supervisor.
The Rappahannock County School Board dealt at its May 12 meeting with a muted rebuke by the board of supervisors — which had decided by a 3-2 vote the week before that the school division needed to to cut some…
Three felony counts of tampering with Virginia Lottery scratch-off tickets while she was employed at Hillsdale Country Store near Washington were certified to the grand jury in the case against 30-year-old Shamaila Tanweer of Culpeper.
Providing habitat for numerous species of wildlife is a critically important to keep the environment functioning properly. Some guidelines to help you start.
A Fourth Estate Friday session, Democrats at Gadino, a bestseller in Washington, broadband and a Ballard exhibit in Millwood in this week's The Rapp.
The Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community (RAAC) announced 18 grants this week to Rappahannock artists and organizations.
A look at the intricately carved and sometimes whimsical objects that have come to be known as Tramp Art.
The shooting death of Kristin Palmer and her family in Glade Spring, Va., may not be entirely surprising. According to Virginia’s chief medical examiner, almost two-thirds of intimate partner homicides in the commonwealth in 2013 involved firearms.
At a memorable-for-all-the-wrong-reasons meeting Monday night (May 11) at town hall, the Washington Town Council definitively — or defiantly, depending on the view from your pew — reaffirmed an action it first took in 2013 to abandon the stub end…
Lesley Arnold carries on with her lifelong love of horses, and hard work, at her Huntly Stage farm: here's a thousand words, and pictures worth ten times as much, by photojournalist Andrew Councill.
An update on Medge Carter's husband Surja Tamang's family in Nepal, and an invitation to a fundraiser to help son Amrit do some good when he travels to the hard-hit Nuwakot District later in May.
Right now, Rappahannock University exists primarily in the mind of longtime financial and investment advisor Doug Schiffman, who hopes that is about to change.