I was shocked, disheartened and deeply saddened to read about the circumstances surrounding Richard Brown’s tragic death, as reported in last week’s edition of the Rappahannock News. If there had been adequate cell phone service, […]
The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office and the state medical examiner are still investigating the death of a 66-year-old Sperryville man just before noon Saturday, the result of an apparent accident with a weedeater equipped with a blade. […]
A pickup truck driven collided with a zero-turn mower operated by Floyd Grigsby on Long Mountain Road near Ridge View Tuesday afternoon, after which the victim was flown by medical helicopter to University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville.
Eight people lost their lives in eight traffic crashes across the state, according to preliminary reports for the 2014 Memorial Day weekend — one fewer than the number of traffic fatalities statewide last Memorial Day weekend. […]
Monday, April 21 10:41 a.m. — Hackleys Mill Road, Amissville, public service, company 2 10:37 p.m. — Culpeper County, mutual aid, company 5 Tuesday, April 22 3:20 p.m. — River Lane, Sperryville, alarm activation, companies […]
Sperryville Volunteer Fire Company crew respond to a report of heavy smoke inside Woodville Baptist Church Wednesday morning. There was no fire; the smoke was coming from the furnace, which was shut down before any damage was done. […]
As of Wednesday afternoon, Culpeper police had neither charged nor identified the 84-year-old Sperryville man who allegedly pulled into the path of a motorcycle last Thursday (Aug. 29), causing it to fishtail and killing its driver, James Morrison. […]
Two Rappahannock County homes were struck by lightning and damaged by ensuing four- to six-alarm fires within an hour of each other by thunderstorms that passed through the region Sunday afternoon (July 21). […]