This week's headlines: Public comment sought for comp plan revision(s) • Broadband initiative, finance panel on Monday’s agenda • Mentoring young musicians at Castleton, and a final jazz concert weekend • An apology for pyrotechnical difficulties • The Rapp: El…
The Fauquier Health Foundation announced this week grants to five area organizations totaling $124,000, including a sizeable grant to the Rappahannock County-based Foothills Forum.
Shenandoah National Park staff have confirmed additional infestations of emerald ash borers (EAB) in the park.
Soil is worth more than its weight in gold, yet humans tend to treat it as if it has little value and as if its loss is neither important nor consequential.
The PEC's photo contest is open, Sperryville's El Quijote is closed, Middle Street's members stay cool through August and a moonlight hike to Hawksbill (this Friday) in this week's The Rapp.
Your fall sports to-do list at RCHS, plus a Food for Thought Award for Rappahannock's Farm-to-Table and food services programs.
I had a bit of a tough time getting to RAWL. My previous owners dropped me off next door at the Amissville dump on the chance I’d wind up at RAWL. I made it.
Further to Walter Nicklin’s column last week, I want to talk about death. I want to talk about death because I have learned the value of this taboo conversation topic.
Child Care and Learning Center would like to give a big thank you to the Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department for once again providing the mannequins for our annual CPR and first-aid class on Sunday and recertifications for our…
At Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville last week, "Journey Off the Map” was the title of Vacation Bible School (VBS), and that included a mission to Africa for the students.
The dozen fellows participating in this year’s Piedmont Environmental Council Fellowship Program toured the Jones Nature Preserve property near Washington earlier this month.
Former Rappahannock supervisor Bob Anderson, left, a 40-year member of the Lions Club, officially swears in Yogi Bear as the 2015-16 president of the Rappahannock Lions Club.
Gray Ghost Vineyards, Rappahannock’s oldest winery, celebrates 21 years this month.
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors meets 2 p.m. Monday (Aug. 3) at the courthouse. Agenda includes: Fire levy bills; RRCSB FY16 report and resolutions; Broadband Forum, next steps; report of deputy county administrator; discussion of board finance committee; reassessment…
Fourth (Estate) Friday tomorrow, all that jazz (at Castleton the next two weekends and in Flint Hill Sept. 19), monochrome photos in Sperryville, a new Rappahannock coloring book and more in The Rapp.
This footnote to history just in from The Inn at Little Washington: Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its marriage-equality decision, three of the "Supremes" had no dissents about dinner at The Inn.