Washington Column

Washington column for May 2

The General District, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Office has a new deputy clerk — Lauren Bustle, 27, of Castleton; and from Chester Gap to the Chesapeake Bay, the River’s History, Natural History, and Contemporary Appreciation with Walter Nicklin. As in a RappU course title. […]

School/Education News

School news for May 2

‘Chicago’ a hit at Rappahannock High: Dramatic dance routines, powerful vocal performances, and “all that jazz” filled the Rappahannock County High School auditorium during the Drama Club’s performances of Chicago, High School Edition. […]

Food and Drink

Serving up a special Second Friday

Brian Noyes is a local favorite who is owner and baker-in-chief of Red Truck Bakery. Before that, he was art director of the Washington Post Magazine and Smithsonian and Preservation magazines. On May 10 at 8 p.m., he will be the featured speaker in a special “Welcome to Summer” talk in the Second Friday series. […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for May 2

After a short hiatus, Rappahannock Radio is back in 2019; and A Dark Sky Park celebration — which weather permitting will include an appearance by the Milky Way — will be held this Saturday, May 4, at 7 p.m. at the Rappahannock County Park off Rt. 211 in Washington. The event will be held rain or shine, and all are invited to attend. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane for May 2

Feb. 14, 1980: In response to threats of legal action made six months ago by the state Department of Housing and Community Development, the Rappahannock supervisors finally took steps at last Thursday’s board meeting to provide a building inspector as required by state law. […]