Sperryville Column

Sperryville column for Jan. 27

Why is Dexter Lake Club Antiques shut (temporarily)? What’s new at Copper Fox? Whose it that familiar face at Thornton River Grill? Also the deer is back at F.T. Valley Store and James D. Russell is memorialized in style. […]

Art

The Rapp for Jan. 20

Details of the plans on Saturday (Jan. 22) for a celebration of James D. Russell’s life; jazz guitarists at the Theatre in Washington; Civil War music Jan. 30 in Flint Hill, a Historical Society benefit; a new Eagle Scout; a new shuttle bus to Charlottesville from Culpeper and Madison; and Middle Street Gallery seeks artists for a new Spring Art Festival. […]

Environment/Conservation

40+ attend cell meeting

Rappahannock citizens concerned about AT&T’s application to erect two more 199-foot cell phone towers in the county attended an “informational” meeting on Monday to voice their concerns and hear their options. The meeting sponsored by […]

Kids and Family

Sperryville column for Jan. 20

Appreciating Cathryn Wayland’s personal touch with bills; the RRRC’s tourism committee is hard at work; Rappahannock guys/guides recognized in Southern Living; kids dancing everywhere at the Link; more on James Russell, special education and cell towers. […]