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Another successful business social

Not to be outdone by Sperryville, Businesses of Rappahannock’s most recent networking social in Little Washington was a huge success! Always happy to support our local nonprofits, we were happy when the Rappahannock Historical Society offered to host the event.…
Preservation or change: the perennial debate

Recent actions by the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals have brought into sharp focus the perennial debate among residents about the future character of the county.
The Rapp for May 12

RDA's artists and other tenants await word on the sale of their Sperryville home base; piano prodigy Bolai Cao performs at Castleton; Middle Street mounts "Same Horse/Different Saddle."
Reflections on Rappahannock…

In the interest of community-sharing and in the second of an occasional series, Rappahannock News’ Walter Nicklin does a Q&A with Bill Fletcher of Sperryville.
Foothills Forum Survey: Life in the Jewel of Virginia

An unprecedented survey mailed to every household in Rappahannock County found that respondents treasure the beauty that surrounds them, the privacy they enjoy in one of Virginia’s least populated and unspoiled places, and the spirit of volunteerism that has neighbor…
Letter: The best Biz Link ever

Businesses of Rappahannock is happy to announce that our November Business Link Networking Social was our most successful ever with 79 members and guests in attendance … on a Tuesday night in Rappahannock! Thanks to the generosity of our hosts,…
‘The Mark’ of the professional(s)

There was no need for a Hollywood tour package for those who visited the Washington School last weekend, where The Forge Studios was shooting its first full-scale production at its new world headquarters, a sci-fi martial arts action short called…
Sperryville: Before & After — it’s here now

Kerry Sutten and his niece Jess are jumping aboard the Sperryville renaissance train, having just opened a business this week at 31 Main St. called Before & After — now a gourmet espresso bar, soon to offer much more.
Ale Works expansion wins planners’ approval

The Rappahannock County Planning Commission at its regular meeting last Wednesday (Sept. 16) approved a special exception permit for expansion of the small Ale Works brewery at Hopkins Ordinary B&B in Sperryville.