Three northern Virginia men on motorcycles pleaded guilty to reckless driving by speed and were sentenced in District Court and alcohol-related cases top the July 12th docket.
4-H members shine at this month’s Culpeper-Madison-Rappahannock Farm Show.
The Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department has begun a fundraising effort for one of its own, Gary Jenkins Jr., a 19-year-old volunteer who sustained serious injuries when his truck skidded off the road as he responded to a late-night…
A team of 14 adults and teens traveled to Bolivia June 25 to July 3 to serve missionaries. Members of the team, organized by Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville.
Pen Druid isn’t just a brewery to the people of Rappahannock. For the three brothers, Jennings Carney, 38, Van Carney, 36, and Lain Carney, 33, it’s also been a place that’s attracting other young people to the area, some driving…
The Rock Mills Road bridge over the Covington River, originally meant to reopen July 28 after its deck was replaced, will now be closed into the first week of September, four weeks after schools go back into session.
How topography, density, choices made and chances missed have combined to limit the county's connection to a changing world.
As seen from the driveway of the Maeyer farm on U.S. 211 between Washington and Sperryville, the storm that arrived Monday afternoon from the west looks plenty threatening.
For the first time in more than a decade, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries biologists are putting radio collars on female bears to collect data and track potential surrogate moms for rescued orphan cubs.
Your online vote can be worth lots to Heritage Hollow Farms; Middle Street hits the road; PATH awards 50K to RappatHome; Rapp News' monthly meet is July 29 and more in this week's The Rapp.
Old Mt. Salem, the Mother Church of all the Baptist Churches in Rappahannock, may soon become the county’s newest historical landmark and learn more about the Sperryville Corner store.
The people here at RAWL call me a “low rider.” Okay, my legs are shorter than the average bear’s (okay, hound’s) because I’ve got a lot of basset hound blood, but also some beagle relatives somewhere. Name’s Kasey and I’m…
Talk about a loyal employee: Executive steward Beverly Exline will celebrate her 23th year this Saturday (July 23) of working at The Inn at Little Washington.
Grace Raiford and her brother, Ryan, keep an eye on things at last month's Luray Swim Fest.
Local investors recently signed documents to buy the weekly Fauquier Times from Loudoun-based Virginia News Group. Terms were not disclosed.
The Town of Washington Planning Commission meets 7 p.m. Monday (July 25) at town hall to continue the comprehensive plan review. The Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals’ July meeting is cancelled, as there are no applications. NAACP Culpeper Branch meets…