Community drum circles, dance classes at Mountainside Dance Center, a photography show, Bel Canto auditions and more, in this week's The Rapp.
Friends of the Rivers of Virginia cite VDOT as the largest source of sediment pollution in Virginia waters, but the conservation group offers a solution.
New owners for the Kramer Building and Tula's, Friday movies and RAAC Theatre's "Gin Game" are coming next month and more in this week's The Rapp.
Like the frogs sitting in cool water oblivious to the fact that the temperature is rising slowly and will soon boil them before they can jump out, Ralph Bates writes, we too let our outrage at environmental disasters subside.
The Rappahannock County Solar Co-op has selected Independent Solar Solutions through a competitive bidding process to complete installation of solar panels on the homes and businesses of the co-op’s 60-plus members. The co-op is working with Virginia Solar United Neighborhoods…
The county of Rappahannock may or may not wish to remain in the dark, but the County of Rappahannock definitely does not.
We’re taught the virtue of allowing cooler heads to prevail, but at times it might be wished that anger were preservable. That it could be canned, dried or frozen to be reconstituted when needed.
Both of Rappahannock County’s jurisdictions — the county itself and the town of Washington — will be reviewing and likely revising their comprehensive plans this fall. Your input is wanted.
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 dozen fellows participating in this year’s Piedmont Environmental Council Fellowship Program toured the Jones Nature Preserve property near Washington earlier this month.
Almost 1,500 Virginia livestock farmers have signed up for state cost-share funding to install conservation practices on their farms.
A number of interesting recent developments could have some impact on Rappahannock County’s economic future.
A parent and student-generated initiative at Rappahannock County Elementary School this spring culminated in a homemade plastic and aluminum recycling effort at the annual end-of-the-year DARE Day festivities at RCES.
By Chris Bolgiano There’s no grill in my big backyard, no swing set and no swimming pool, unless you count the rock-bottomed bowls along Reedy Run as it cascades to the Shenandoah River. They’re mainly trees here in the George…
Providing habitat for numerous species of wildlife is a critically important to keep the environment functioning properly. Some guidelines to help you start.