Joanie Ballard sent these photos along, taken this morning at Main Street and Warren Avenue in Little Washington, of a power pole leaning precariously over the roadway. At 10 a.m., Joanie said there hadn’t yet […]
All of Rappahannock’s voting district polling places are open today until 7 p.m. for voting in the Republican primary race to choose the party’s candidate for the General Assembly seat in the 18th District, which […]
This video was done for the Rappahannock Association for the Arts and the Community (RAAC) by video artist Forrest Marquisee to help spread the word about RAAC’s annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour, […]
Sperryville’s Cafe Indigo has hired as its new chef former Inn at Little Washington sous chef Anthony Ahrens. The 26-year-old Ahrens is the second sous chef in as many months to leave the renowned Washington […]
Read the complete story here, in our eEdition. Though the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office has made no public statements yet about the case, deputies — assisted by at least one helicopter — were searching early […]
In an effort to expand high-speed Internet access across the state, Rappahannock County is working with Virginia Tech’s eCorridors program on Accelerate Virginia, a new broadband mapping project. One small action, one big difference By […]
The Rappahannock County Farm Tour’s “All Things Rappahannock Market” at The Link is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24-25. Space is available for vendors to sell produce, plants, food items, textiles, soap, crafts, etc. […]
The Virginia Department of Transportation will be replacing the bridge on Route 624 (Sunnyside Orchard Road) over the Rush River, a project that will require the closing of the roadway at this location from 7 […]
Though “Catherine Bach” never quite became the household name that “Daisy Duke” did – Daisy being the character Bach played for six years CBS-TV’s “Dukes of Hazzard” sitcom from 1975 to 1985 – households are still something dear to the 57year-old actress’s heart.
Households, that is, being the place where families congregate.
For Bach, that family includes the astonishingly extended family expected to gather at this weekend’s “Hazzard Homecoming” in Sperryville. […]
While rabies cases involving animals have risen about 15 percent statewide in the first seven months of 2011 (compared to the same period in 2010), Rappahannock County authorities have reported just one case of confirmed […]
The hazards are different than the better-known dangers involving china shops, as this bull discovered when he wandered overnight into Bill Fletcher’s farm shop near Sperryville last week and apparently fell into the repair pit, […]
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors paid the bills as part of its regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon at the courthouse, but one of them — for roughly $25,000 — came as a surprise. Three […]
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will extend the closure of a bridge on Route 637 (North Poes Road) in Rappahannock County until Aug. 12. The bridge was closed July 15 after damage was discovered […]
Come September, the Rappahannock News is planning to start making short news and community-announcement posts here on what we hope to be a daily basis, likely cross-posted on our Facebook page. At that time, it […]