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.
The Rappahannock County Democratic Committee held its biennial caucus to reorganize and elect new officers on Saturday, Jan. 9, at the Town Hall.
The children at Baby Bear Daycare and Preschool in Sperryville were blessed with a wonderful visit from longtime Rappahannock resident and World War II veteran Chilford “Chili” Raiford.
Betsy Brooker captured an early morning frost coating grass with ice crystals and the sunrise over Gid Brown Hollow.
A couple of days before Christmas, wildlife cameras at The Farm at Sunnyside captured two bald eagles, a red tailed hawk, several ravens and a collection of crows negotiating over a fresh carcass. Sunnyside’s Nick Lapham writes the cameras are,…
Sheriff Connie C. Smith, re-elected to her third term in November, was sworn in for another term at the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office last Tuesday (Dec. 29)
First of a periodic series: Nearly every week, we proudly feature the works of artists being exhibited in Rappahannock galleries. Occasionally, we'll shine a wider spotlight on an artist whose creations are going on display this week. First up, photographer…
Casimir “Casey” Eitner of Castleton was sworn in earlier this month — on a Sunday on the front porch of the Laurel Mills Store, in front of friends and family — as a U.S. citizen. The ceremonial swearing-in was done…
Seated along the window (from left), Robert “Smiggy” Smith, Andy Platt and Lyt Wood entertain the crowd by reading from “Alice in Wonderland” Saturday afternoon at Central Coffee Roasters in Sperryville, where owner Maggie Rogers (foreground, looking up) also exhibited…
Terry and Kelly Tanner, whose Daffodil Hill in Castleton has flowers originally planted by one of Rappahannock County’s earliest English settlers (the Moffitt family), thought the warmest December ever recorded since records started being kept in 1880 could best be…