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The Blizzard of 2016

Even the geese saw this one coming, as flocks of a dozen or so merged into strings a hundred strong, fleeing the white wall of snow that had faded the Blue Ridge to the West on Friday by about 10:30…
Is there hope for historic Waterloo Bridge?

The Warrenton-based Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) is asking similar questions as little seems to have been accomplished to rehabilitate the bridge, one of about a dozen metal truss bridges left in Virginia. The bridge, which before closure carried 680 vehicles…
Group appeals CTB’s stub street release

Attorney David Konick and four other supporters of his nearly year-long legal challenge of “beautification” projects by the town of Washington and its largest business, the Inn at Little Washington, have filed an appeal in Rappahannock County Circuit Court of…
VDOT exits Middle Street

The Commonwealth Transportation Board discontinues VDOT’s maintenance of the stub end of Middle Street in the town of Washington, and lawyer David Konick appeals a circuit court decision to dismiss his suit against the Inn and the town of Washington…
Inn, town, post office await VDOT decision

The Inn at Little Washington, Washington town officials and patrons of Washington’s U.S. Post Office — a longtime tenant of the Inn-owned Krebser Building at Main and Middle streets — are waiting for a decision by the Commonwealth Transportation Board…
Route 231 closed two nights Aug. 10-11

Route 231 (FT Valley Road) in Rappahannock County will be closed overnight Monday, Aug. 10 and Tuesday, Aug. 11 for drainage pipe replacement work. Nethers Road will also be closed for a separate repair project.