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.
A busload of 53 women and 2 men from Rappahannock, Culpeper, Madison and Fauquier counties joined half a million other activists, many from Rappahannock, for the historic Women's March on Washington last Saturday.
A spirited group of Rappahannock County women and men participated in last Saturday’s well-attended Women’s March on Washington, “the first step towards unifying our communities . . . to create change from the grassroots level up."
Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue on Saturday morning showed its appreciation to the community by serving a free all-you-can-eat breakfast prepared by top cooks at Company 1.
Numerous Rappahannock County residents descended on Capitol Hill and the adjacent National Mall last Saturday (Jan. 20) for the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
Belle Meade School teacher and equestrian team leader Alex Forte (left) was in Hartford, Connecticut earlier this month for a cold, wet, icy, muddy week — during which she finished second in two USA Cyclocross National Championship races.
Rappahannock County High School junior Virginia Wyatt and senior A.J. Palmer contribute to the 30 pints of blood donated at the school last Friday, January 13.
Rappahannock County resident Kathy McNitt didn’t let numerous rain showers from this past week keep her from hiking in Shenandoah National Park, where she captured this artistic shot along the Limberlost Trail.
Julia Katherine Wood (first row, third from right) of Woodville, an 11-time Virginia State Champion during her days at Rappahannock County High School, helped her College of William & Mary varsity cross country team win the CAA title.
Shown here in a snapshot from bygone days (with then-First Lady Hillary Clinton), retired Marine Col. John R. Bourgeois, the 25th director of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, spoke at the Rappahannock Lions Club meeting last Thursday.
Before the snow flew last weekend, Rappahannock County visitor Jim Bower launched his remote-controlled drone over the abandoned Red Oak Mountain lookout near Woodville.
The winter season’s first measurable snowfall over the weekend brought anywhere from a dusting of snow in the northern reaches of Rappahannock County to as much as a few inches in the south.
Flatwood Refuse and Recycling Center’s new hours of operation start next Monday (Jan. 9) with one significant (and much-requested) change: The center is now open Mondays.
After four days of assaults on the bird feeder by a determined bear, Larry Sherertz took the feeder down. The bear still came back.
Staff at the Inn at Little Washington focus on the job at hand — which includes, as always, the Inn being open for business both on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
As part of The PATH Foundation's "12 Days of Kindness” program, a group of interns spread the holiday spirit and paid for coffee and breakfast sandwiches at Quicke Mart last Friday morning.