Rappahannock County real estate and personal property taxes are due today, Dec. 5, and if you haven’t paid up yet you’d better hurry. After all, a 10 percent penalty for each of the taxes is added tomorrow for late payment. And don’t say the dog ate your tax statement or it got lost in the m…
Holiday Food Drive: Gray Ghost Vineyards, 14706 Lee Highway, Amissville, is sponsoring a special holiday food drive to benefit the Rappahannock Food Pantry. Help us surpass last year’s 3,000 pound record. All non-perishable food and monetary donations qualify you for a drawing to receive fre…
Bayard “Toby” Waterbury (left), Branch Manager and Bank Officer of Atlantic Union Bank in Washington, and Rob Talton (far right), Atlantic Union’s Regional Vice President of Business Banking, presented a check in the amount of $2,000 to the Rappahannock Food Pantry’s Mimi Forbes and Pete Stenner.
It’s not every day that you can say you know three folks from your community that made it to Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal.
Stephanie Ridder, a Flint Hill resident for almost 40 years who was appointed in 2014 by Virginia’s governor to be chair of the Virginia Outdoors Foundation’s Board of Trustees, is aiming to unseat if not perhaps join David Konick on Rappahannock County’s Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA).
In advance of last night’s (Wednesday’s) public meeting of the Planning Commission, Arlington-based Community Wireless Structures modified its applications for two proposed cell towers near Woodville and Scrabble.
Rappahannock News Editor John McCaslin is first place winner of the 2019 FOI Media Award, presented by the Virginia Coalition for Open Government (VCOG).
President Donald Trump presented the National Humanities Medal to the Inn at Little Washington’s Patrick O’Connell yesterday, praised by the commander-in-chief as “one of the greatest chefs of our time.”
The U.S. Postal Service was expected by the close of business Wednesday to have signed off on final construction plans for the new Washington Post Office.
Rappahannock residents Hal Hunter, Gary Aichele and Kees Dutilh collaborated to orchestrate an unprecedented community event this past weekend: Habitat for Humanity/Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
While describing an assault that has perhaps left her with permanent injuries, county resident Jessica Haese broke down while on the stand in Rappahannock County General District Court Tuesday, prompting Judge Gregory W. Ashwell to ask if she would like a break.
Evonne Marie Pullen, a disabled woman who grew up in Rappahannock County and subsequently moved to Front Royal, Winchester, and finally Evansville, IN, was found earlier this week murdered and buried in an Indiana garage.