This footnote to history just in from The Inn at Little Washington: Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its marriage-equality decision, three of the "Supremes" had no dissents about dinner at The Inn.
A couple of new-to-Rappahannock County residents appear excited to get to know the pastures at Heritage Hollow Farm in Sperryville last week.
My name is Elle and I’m a year-old border collie/Australian shepherd mix, which means I’m “smarter than your average bear” and looking for a home where I can be “worked."
After overnight and early morning downpours, the bridges and roads at Rock Mills — where the Rush and Thornton rivers converge — were completely submerged in a debris-laden torrent for several hours this Monday morning, July 13.
The Rappahannock Senior Center at the Scrabble School held a "Glamour Shots" Day last week, and the participants had a grand time.
Customers Barbara Adolfi (left) and Betsy Dietel visit with Heritage Hollow Farm Store manager Suzee McDonald earlier this month as the store celebrated its relocation to the Copper Fox complex.
Skillfully wielding a restored 5-foot-long, 100-year-old crosscut saw and a 5-pound, single-bit ax, 61-year-old Dan Dueweke keeps the trails clear for Potomac Appalachian Trail Club in Shenandoah National Park. A photo essay by Andrew Councill.
A gallery of photos from Castleton Festival's opening night gala, performance and reception.
RappFLOW’s and Old Rag Master Naturalists’ native-plant buffer at Avon Hall pond was in full bloom last week.
Liz Blubaugh, Headwaters READ program director for more than two years, passes on her program responsibilities last week to Dianne Handy. Liz and her team of 18 remarkable volunteers meet twice a week during the school year at RCES and…
Amissville Volunteer Fire and Rescue’s parade, a much-anticipated part of its annual carnival, was one of its biggest yet and managed to squeeze between the raindrops last Thursday afternoon.
Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Medals go to seniors at Rappahannock County High School and Wakefield Country Day School.
Beau Foster dives into the pond at a recent picnic for the Headwaters Foundation’s Starfish mentors and friends at the Woodard place in Sperryville.
Despite tropical depression Bill hitting Rappahannock County just as the Child Care and Learning Center’s Avon Hall “Alice in Wonderland” fundraising party commenced Saturday, there was no depression at Avon Hall.
Hey, y’all, I’m lookin’ for a coupla friends, maybe more. I’d definitely like one to be a dog. I love hangin’ out with my fellow canis domesticus (the Latin name for “domestic dog”).
Volunteer and sideline supporters Butch Zindel and John Lesinski pose with Jacob Newlin, 9-year-old rookie driver of the Rappahannock County Lunch Bunch car in last weekend’s Soap Box Derby championship in Culpeper, and Rappahannock Soap Box chief organizer Thom Pellikaan.