Many languages were heard being spoken among the crowd at Pass Mountain Overlook in Shenandoah National Park last Saturday evening.
Owner Lorraine Early accommodated an eagerly anticipated cake slicing Monday afternoon as Early’s Carpet celebrated its 50-year anniversary with an open house.
Wakefield Country Day School (WCDS) Athletic Director Mike Costello shows appreciation for a new gym scoreboard, a recent gift of Union Bank and Trust, to Vice President and Senior Commercial Banker Jason Brady.
Martin Baron, the editor who directed the Boston Globe’s Pulitzer-winning coverage of a far-reaching scandal of abusive Catholic priests, answers Andy Alexander's questions after a screening of "Spotlight" in town Friday.
The Sperryville Volunteer Rescue Squad sponsored a successful blood drive last month, Sperryville’s Before & After Cafe on Main Street gave free coffee to donors.
Hi, My name is Evan and I’m one of those dogs “who once was lost but now I’m found” and, boy, am I glad. I’m pretty much a beagle, perhaps a splash of dachshund.
Complaints about campaign signs being stolen or vandalized have been reaching both the newspaper and the sheriff’s office lately, though no one has yet been reported caught or charged in Rappahannock County.
The Rappahannock Lions, along with members of the Madison Lions, tested 84 kindergarten, pre-K and Head Start students’ vision with the newly developed Spot, a handheld device designed to diagnose vision disorders.
Jeff Woodall, huntsman for Old Dominion Hounds, is shown on a cubhunting (or “cubbing”) — run last Thursday at Poes Run, a property on North Poes Road.
It’s amazing what two dozen Rappahannock Lions Club members and a few spouses accomplished last Thursday (Sept. 22).
During perusal of the Oct. 27, 1983 edition of the Rappahannock News — and in light of certain headlines in the same paper 33 years later — these vintage campaign ads just seemed to jump off the page.
At Beech Spring Gift Shop earlier this week, Phyllis Swindler and granddaughter Emma have some gourd-related merriment.
First responders, their families and friends congregate for the 12th annual Patriot’s Day honor service and dinner at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville Sunday afternoon (Sept. 11).
Two of the dozens of students, teachers and volunteers who make possible the Headwaters Foundation’s annual Taste of Rappahannock dinner-auction fundraiser confer on pre-dinner serving arrangements at Saturday night’s 19th annual event.
At the Thornton’s Gap Regular Baptist Church last Friday, the bluegrass and gospel music, not to mention the fried chicken and fixings, were flowing — including the music from five different bands.
Outgoing Rep. Robert Hurt (R-5th) was in the county last Thursday to recognize a few Rappahannock folks, including Amissville resident and World War II veteran Chilton “Chilly” Raiford.