This week's headlines: Whited of Washington, for Congress; Mercy mission; District Court: good news and bad news; Film Festival: Big plans for its second act; Unpaved Roadshow: Manuscript art of the Pennsylvania Germans; Letter: Oppose the ‘Airbnd bills’
I ask that you oppose the proposed Limited Residential Lodging Act. Years ago, in choosing to live on agricultural property bounded by similarly zoned neighboring properties in rural Rappahannock County, my family and I chose the bucolic over the expedient,…
Last year, I visited the Kings Children’s Home in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. I hand delivered donated funds to this home for abandoned and abused babies from Trinity Church, individual parishioners, family members, and many other Rappahannockers.
This week, late one night, an advancing electrical fire in our attic caused us to call 911 and we wanted to thank all those volunteers for their quick response,
I must compliment the Rappahannock News for its thorough and comprehensive coverage of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Silver Anniversary Observance on Sunday, Jan. 17
This week's headlines: The Blizzard of 2016; ‘Outside the box’ sentence for probation violation; Profile: Turning scraps to treasures on Chester Gap; Wild Ideas: Wildlife in the snowpocalypse; Is there hope for historic Waterloo Bridge?; Missing the train
Fourth Estate Friday • At the Theatre, a piano recital with song • Benevolent Fund’s Celebrity Waiters’ Dinner • Rapp at Home open house and new meeting times • Post features Kid Pan Alley
As we continue to dig out, late schools and a warning from VDOT about black ice as temperatures drop overnight.
We’re still months away from the Big Vote this fall, but several key election-related events will happen in February and March. A rundown from Rappahannock County Director of Elections Kimberly McKiernan.
Wakefield Country Day School senior Monica Marciano of Front Royal was chosen from across the state to be part of the group of 104 student delegates who will attend the program’s 54th annual Washington Week.
Dozens of folks gathered last Saturday evening (Jan. 16) for the fourth-annual Christmas tree bonfire on the Avon Hall property in Washington.
Without the treatment that began with the Amissville Volunteer Fire and Rescue team, I may not have had a future at all.
Help your neighbors through the storm As this edition of RappNews goes to press, no one knows for sure what the weekend’s storm will bring us. Feet of snow? Power outages? The apocalypse? Whatever is in store, Rapp at Home…
Rappahannock County Public Schools are closed Tuesday, January 26.
The Governor having announced that state government offices will be closed tomorrow to limit road traffic and facilitate recovery, Rappahannock will follow suit.
4 p.m. update from VDOT: Crews will continue 24-hour effort to remove substantial accumulations of snow CULPEPER — Virginia Department of Transportation crews, assisted by contract equipment and operators, are working across Central Virginia to clear secondary roads of substantial…