A Japanese maple adds to the Virginia Piedmont’s fall palette in a Scrabble backyard earlier this month.
At Trinity Episcopal Church’s sixth annual pre-Thanksgiving Sing-Along last Sunday, 115 singers of all ages showed up and opened their lungs (and their wallets, contributing nearly $3,000 to benefit the Food Pantry).
A few photos from last weekend’s 11th annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour, a production of the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community, which proved again what a big draw the county’s unique artists and galleries are.
Dogs and wildlife might not always be the best of friends, but the combination does present some photo opportunities.
Help your Christmas budget and the Rappahannock Library by shopping at the Book Barn next door, 9 to 3 Saturdays.
After last week’s Mr. Rappahannock Contest at Rappahannock County High School, an annual good-natured fundraiser for the senior prom, the last men standing were 10th grader Trusten Murrah, the student winner, and science teacher Dave Naser, the faculty’s man.
Among the 20 finalists chosen last week in Piedmont Environmental Council’s annual photo contest is “Peeper on Lichen,” shot by 17-year-old Ryan Garvin of Sperryville.
The hounds are blessed at Thornton Hill Fort Valley Hounds’ opening meet Sunday morning (Nov. 1) at Bill Fletcher’s Thornton Hill in Sperryville,
Some photos from Halloween weekend around Rappahannock County.
Sperryville’s favorite autumn tree is a seasonal favorite of photographers and tourists.
A lone Viking contemplating his empire was not out of place at the Oct. 24 Halloween “Spectacle” at Stone Hill. A small gallery of photos of the day and evening.
At the 2015 Rappahannock Hunt Blessing of the Hounds/Opening Meet last Saturday at Red Hill, the start of the Rappahannock Hunt’s 89th year, the Hunt — with a presentation by Oliver Brown, MFH (right) — showed its appreciation with an…
Along the Keyser Run fire road near Washington this week, the oak, hickory and maple foliage was aflame with the colors of fall.
Rappahannock County High School’s chapter of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) promotes awareness with Red Ribbon Week at the school and in the community, and a slogan and poster contest.
Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Deputy Robert L. Fincham Jr. poses with his Community Builders Award from the Rappahannock Masons recently.
Photos of the solar installation at Caledonia Farm 1812 B&B in Flint Hill, the first of more than 20 projects begun this year by the newly formed Rappahannock Solar Cooperative.