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“It’s not the same General Store that I used to work in as a kid,” Eddie Wayland mused this week about the Sperryville landmark now known as the Corner Store. As we sat at Stonewall Abbey over breakfast discussing more…

That’s right folks, there is indeed a treasure right here in our backyard. You see the top of our mountain borders right up to Shenandoah National Park, giving those of us who are willing access to nearly 196,000 acres of…

Washington Volunteer Fire & Rescue held the first fund-raising breakfast of the new year Saturday. Seventeen company members served more than 100 meals to hungry customers, who feasted on scrambled eggs, biscuits and sausage gravy, pancakes and sausage, hash browns,…

Thirteen members of The Middle Street Gallery are reaching out this month and next to a like number of friends for a combined art exhibition at the gallery in Washington, Va. The 26 artists have put on an eclectic exhibition…

Between snowstorms and cold weather, we have heard wonderful stories of neighbors taking care of neighbors. For those who have been helped, please say an extra thank you to your friends and neighbors; For the rest of us, please continue…

Members of the Frazier family met for their annual Christmas get together with Stan and Michele Frazier Williams at their home in Tappahannock on Saturday, Jan. 2. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frazier of Boston; Mr. and Mrs.…

“Work o’ The Weavers” played at the Theatre at Washington to such enthusiasm last year that they were invited back for a second concert here, 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24. The music and the spirit of the group derives from…

The Rappahannock News first edition came out under the new owners last Thursday, and the paper really looks great! I want our readers to think of this newspaper as a positive force in our community. I want the readers never…