Rappahannock County government offices will be closed on Friday, Dec. 31, in observance of New Year’s and will reopen on Monday, Jan. 3. Rappahannock County Public Schools will reopen Jan. 3. Union First Market Bank […]
In a spirited contest before an appreciative crowd, Wakefield Country Day School’s alumni team defeated a team of current boys and girls players, 43-21, Sunday afternoon in the school’s gymnasium. […]
The Rappahannock County Planning Commission last Wednesday unanimously voted to recommend approval of AT&T’s application for the first of five proposed cell towers in the county. The matter will come before the board of supervisors […]
A kid-friendly Rocknoceros heads for the Link in January; the Visitors Center posts its winter hours; RCCA gives $20,000 to the county for farmland preservation; Scrabble School gets a visit from a member of the family that made Rosenwald schools possible; more. […]
Like so many routes to Rappahannock County, Sebastian Carosi’s was supposed to end somewhere else. “We had come down from Maine, we were maybe looking for someplace warmer to live,” Carosi says, speaking of the […]
The wound on Frances Wallace’s leg extends from just below her knee to below her ankle, and wraps halfway around her calf.
It is varying shades of angry purple, black and yellow.
It is also 42 years old. […]
Rappahannock wrestlers take two victories Lessons learned at the Max Horz Invitational in Berkeley Springs, W. Va. paid dividends Dec. 15 on Rappahannock’s home mats as the Panthers scored two match wins and one loss. […]
With truly blue mountains in the background, cattle at Massie’s Mountain munch on hay after last week’s snowfall, which subsequent chilly days and nights have helped keep on the ground all week.
Jamie Fletcher, a student at Mary Washington University in Fredericksburg, and his sister Lilla Fletcher, from St. Margaret’s School in Tappahannock, distribute hams at the Food Pantry in the Town of Washington earlier this week. […]
All hail the things we can’t do without: the ice man, the “church key,” carbon paper, telegrams, spats, eight-track players, the outhouse, the truss, cell phones, whitewall tires and Wildroot Creme Oil. These were all […]
Pullen, Hicks trials set Murder and attempted murder charges will be heard next spring in Rappahannock County Circuit Court against two men accused in separate shooting incidents this summer. Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker […]
A warm and heartfelt thank you goes out to all who came and saw Rappahannock Association for the Arts and the Community’s recent production of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Without a faithful and appreciative […]
On Friday, Dec. 10, Wakefield Country Day School held its annual Christmas Concert. An appreciative audience greeted the students in grades one through seven who beautifully performed their “Traditional Christmas.” The Wakefield Chorus added depth […]
Julie Myers, principal at Glenvar Middle School in Salem, Va., and a 1985 graduate of Rappahannock County High School, has been named the 2010 Virginia Outstanding Supervisor/Curriculum Leader of the Year. The award is given […]