No one seems to know who they are. On three nights last week, several county residents observed low-flying aircraft assumed to be helicopters that were hardly visible except for an engaged spotlight pointed straight down […]
On Oct. 15-16, hundreds of visitors will come to Rappahannock County, as they have been for more than half a century, for the annual Dried Flower Sale and House Tour sponsored by Trinity Episcopal Church in Washington. […]
The evocative photo here of a misty morning along the Mary’s Rock trailhead by Ellen Adams of Amissville is the grand prize winner of Old Rag Photography’s “ Rappahannock Views” photography contest, co-sponsored with the […]
Two young men extracted by rescuers from a car with Maryland license plates were airlifted to area medical centers just after 6 p.m. Monday, where both were reported Tuesday to be in critical but stable […]
The Rappahannock Democrats have moved their planned candidates night — a chance to meet and hear briefly from candidates for local office — from the Rappahannock Library to the Washington fire hall. Event starts at […]
The return of the Panther Pride could be a theme of the Rappahannock girls’ volleyball team this season.
“We have a lot of returning girls,” Maddie Kopjanski said. “A few are back from varsity, but now there are a lot of JV girls on varsity. The good thing is that we’ve played together for so long. It’s easy to remember how your teammates play. […]