Route 211 also has a remarkable legacy. It is part of Lee Highway and at one time it was a notable tourist attraction for Rappahannock County, back in the 1920s when many highways had famous names attached to them.
The Virginia Department of Transportation will close the Route 655 (Short Road) bridge over Beaverdam Creek in Rappahannock County for approximately four weeks for rehabilitation beginning April 17.
Part of a joint venture between Rapp Rapidan Community Services, Rapp Rapidan Commuter Services, Aging Together and other non-profits, FAMS is a call center that will help residents of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rapp counties find transportation.
It’s official: 2016 was Rappahannock County’s fourth year in a row with no traffic fatalities. In Rappahannock County over the last five years an average of 143 crashes occurred annually, including about 50 per year that involved injuries.
At their Dec. 14 public hearing, the Culpeper County Planning Commission unanimously approved a Preliminary Subdivision Plan requested by Clevengers Corner Associates LLC out of Washington, D.C.
While installing guardrails as part of a paving contract along U.S. 211, a Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) contractor broke sewer lines in two places west of Sperryville.
Once again VDOT shows its infinite wisdom by closing the bridge on Fodderstack Road during the school year and the approaching tourist season with the fall colors.
The board of supervisors of Rappahannock County spent most of its marathon monthly meeting on Monday (Aug. 1) dealing with noise, traffic and emergencies.
For the past seven months, I've respectfully advocated, through emails and in-person requests at four of the last seven supervisor meetings, a reduction of the speed limit in the village of Woodville from 35 mph to 25 mph.
Three northern Virginia men on motorcycles pleaded guilty to reckless driving by speed and were sentenced in District Court and alcohol-related cases top the July 12th docket.
The Rock Mills Road bridge over the Covington River, originally meant to reopen July 28 after its deck was replaced, will now be closed into the first week of September, four weeks after schools go back into session.
Part two of a two-part interview with former Rappahannock County administrator John McCarthy.
After a recent event at Cooter’s drew hundreds of people and scores of vehicles, after a complaint, County Administrator is “looking into it.
Fireworks on Monday, iron works in Washington, Tula's indoor forest and a bridge to be out, in this week's The Rapp.
It’s a matter of pride that Rappahannock County is so rural that it doesn’t have a single stoplight. Well, that is no longer true, at least for a few months.
Even the geese saw this one coming, as flocks of a dozen or so merged into strings a hundred strong, fleeing the white wall of snow that had faded the Blue Ridge to the West on Friday by about 10:30…