A few pictures from DARE Day, the annual chance for youngsters and others at Rappahannock Elementary to see firsthand what emergency responders do, which went off without a hitch last Friday.
Rappahannock County Relay for Life participants pose for a portrait after a great evening at their Relay With the Bra contest.
Pre-kindergarteners from Wakefield Country Day School visited the Luray Zoo recently and spent some time with their adopted friend, Snuggles the porcupine, for whom they'd helped raise money.
Cancer survivors proudly carry a banner during the Survivors Lap at the start of last Saturday’s Rappahannock Relay for Life at the elementary school.
In a Sperryville farm field last week, poppies provide the perfect contrast to the deep green of a very wet spring.
Some photos from Food Pantry Day last Saturday (May 7) in and around Little Washington, including pictures by Gary Anthes from the morning's Pet Parade on the lawn of the Old Washington School and photos by Luke Christopher from the…
John McCarthy, Rappahannock’s county administrator for the past 30 years, last Friday passed on the keys — to his office, and the county’s administration — to his former deputy, Debbie Keyser.
A foggy, soggy morning in Castleton last weekend.
Volunteers filled 45 bags picking up trash along Rock Mills, Rudasill Mill and Fletcher's Mill roads as part of RLEP’s annual roadside cleanup campaign last weekend.
The Board of Supervisors hears comments about the draft fiscal-year 2017 budget from residents and county officials.
An unedited video of the April 12, 2016, Rappahannock County School Board meeting
A recording of the Monday, April 11, Washington Town Council meeting.
Camera rolling, director Patrick Gavin visited Rappahannock on Friday, where his film, "Nerd Prom," was featured in the Film Festival at Little Washington.
A magnificent bald eagle on Laurel Mills Road.
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.