Gov. Terry McAuliffe, right, visiting the recently expanded Carfax headquarters in Centreville last week, gets down with Rappahannock resident (and Carfax CEO) Dick Raines — and Bailey, the Theatre dog.
Washington resident Sheila Whaley said she had to act fast to catch this briefly stunning recent sunset, looking west from Tiger Valley.
The staff at Mountainside Physical Therapy gathers for a group shot as a reminder that the gym is now open for public use on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday mornings.
Eight-year-old Washington resident Fielding Christopher, son of Jeremy and Amy, went mushroom hunting in the forest behind his house last month and discovered a whole beautiful platterful.
Outside the Country Cafe in Washington, this ready-to-go group of kids awaits the bus earlier this month to 4-H day camp at the 4-H center in Front Royal.
The Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection (RLEP) held its board meeting Monday evening atop Red Oak Mountain in Woodville.
If you Shop Like a Lion, you help benefit Rappahannock County’s vital volunteer fire and rescue squads. Rappahannock Lions Club member Richard Reidinger presents a $400 check earlier this month to Geraldine Payne, president of the Sperryville Volunteer Rescue Squad.
The National Park Service, of course, was on hand Friday to introduce a bracing (and free) concert at the Theatre at Washington, part of a nationwide tour of “Music in the American Wild."
Recipients of the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community’s 2016 Claudia Mitchell Arts Fund grants received their awards at a party Sunday at the RAAC Community Theatre.
Set designer and production assistant Cynthia Stamps creates Rothko “paintings” for the RAAC Community Theatre production of “RED” by John Logan.
Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue announced the addition of five new members recently — four of the five being certified to drive the company’s ambulances.
Belle Meade’s day camps and swim camps — now in their 23rd summer, according to camp directors Susan Hoffman and Mike Biniek — are underway at the school, farm and B&B on F.T. Valley Road south of Sperryville.
With more than 20 engaged readers present, including several county and town office holders and a half-dozen artists, the discussion at the News’ monthly Fourth (Estate) Friday gathering last week at Sperryville’s Before & After cafe centered on the imminent…
Students in second and fourth grade are usually not published authors. But Wakefield Country Day School students, most of whom pose here, recently had a book they wrote published.
Scrabble School Preservation Foundation (SSPF) in May welcomed guests to the historic Rosenwald school, as Dorothy Lockett Holcomb of Farmville (left) stopped by, on her way to an appearance as keynote speaker at the Madison County Founders Dinner.
The Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution last month honored graduating RCHS senior Hannah Theresa Bennett with their Good Citizen Certificate.