"Stop the zoning creep!" That's how one of nine Clark Lane neighbors attending last night's planning commission hearing summed up their unanimous opposition to a plan to build a large self-storage facility on U.S. 211
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced today a new statewide initiative to better understand where Virginia has the largest gaps in broadband coverage.
As the town of Washington prepares for a public hearing next month on a contract to sell most of the Avon Hall estate it purchased 14 years ago, the buyers said last week that public use of the pond and…
The town of Washington has found buyers for its Avon Hall estate who intend to fix it up, in a historically sensitive manner that is not new to them — and to live there, and to even invite the rest…
Recent actions by the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals have brought into sharp focus the perennial debate among residents about the future character of the county.
In the interest of community-sharing and in the second of an occasional series, Rappahannock News’ Walter Nicklin does a Q&A with Bill Fletcher of Sperryville.
The five members of the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors seated themselves in the courthouse at 2 p.m. Monday and, with the exception of one dinner break and another 10-minute restroom break, did not rise again until 9 p.m.
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.
The Board of Supervisors hears comments about the draft fiscal-year 2017 budget from residents and county officials.
Unspoiled Rappahannock confronts spotty cellphones, an aging population, fire and rescue services, taxes
Our country is deeply divided. Our county is not. Given today’s national news, this in itself is big news.
Whatever folks make of the Foothills Forum survey, one fact is irrefutable: a lot of residents filled it out.
An unedited video of the April 12, 2016, Rappahannock County School Board meeting
A recording of the Monday, April 11, Washington Town Council meeting.
Rappahannock County Administrator John W. McCarthy has announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2016, after 30 years of service to Rappahannock County
Rappahannock County Deputy Administrator Debbie Keyser recommended to the Board of Supervisors Monday that it start saving money for what many believe is inevitable: the county’s first paid emergency responder.