How to get your New Year’s resolutions to work for you, and what some of the ladies in the community think; the Washington Baptist Church variety show is coming; prayers, sympathy and January birthdays. […]
A chilly but successful parade, a poem in appreciation of the Food Pantry’s able volunteers and helpers; the Rappahannock Farmer’s Coop is ready for winter; a rocking-horse drawing at the post office. […]
We should be grateful for the little things that make each day worthwhile — a friend who brings you flowers or a loved one’s warming smile. Remember to count your blessings, however great or small, for they’re the silver lining whenever storm clouds come your way.
For parents Adam and Angie Jenkins of Washington, a storm cloud passed over them. They did not give up. With the love and support of their family, community and friends and their faith in God, they would not have been able to make it through the most difficult time in their lives. […]
A big Porche gathering in Little Washington; lots happening at the Middleton Inn; Nevill Turner turns out to be “No Ordinary” storyteller, and Washington Volunteeer Fire and Rescue has a very success ham-and-oyster fundraiser. […]
A facelift for the Sheriff’s Office and county jail; the rescue squad plans an all-you-can-eat breakfast this Saturday, and longer thrift shop hours; the Rappahannock Community Bible Club starts up again; Flint Hill Vintage becomes Ginger Hill Vintage Finds and Antiques and moves to the old Faith Mountain building near the Co-op. […]
Family members and close friends gathered for a birthday bash Saturday evening to celebrate Eugene Leggett turning 85. The dinner party was hosted by Beverly and John Sullivan at their home, The Meadows, in Little […]