Walker Jones, PC, with offices in Old Town Warrenton and the Town of Washington, announced on Wednesday that John C. Clark has joined the firm as partner.
For homes relying on electricity for heat, bills could increase by $1,249, or 12%. About 65% of homes in the South rely on electricity for heat.
Town of Washington Mayor Joe Whited recently held a roundtable meeting with local business leaders to facilitate discussion on what could be done to improve the economic environment around town.
The Culpeper Chamber of Commerce announced Monday Amy Frazier has been named the President/CEO, effective Feb. 13.
The San Francisco Chronicle awarded Gray Ghost Winery a gold medal in the newspaper’s annual wine competition for the 2019 reserve cabernet sauvignon, according to a news release from the vineyard.
Charlotte Wagner, owner of a dog training facility in Sperryville, in November appealed a notice of violation submitted to the county by neighboring property owners alleging misuse of agriculturally zoned land where she conducts business.
Rappahannock County’s Sumac on Wednesday was named by Washingtonian magazine the 25th best restaurant in the Washington, D.C. area, a first for the food truck that parks outside Sperryville’s Pen Druid brewery.
Jeff Say, President/CEO, of the Culpeper Chamber of Commerce will be leaving the position Feb. 17, the Chamber announced Wednesday, January 18, 2023.
Paladin Life Care has promoted Sheila Kirkbride to chief operating officer, according to a news release.
The Businesses of Rappahannock board of directors unanimously voted to elect Laurie Smith to fill a vacant seat on the board
The North Carolina-based mega bank confirmed that its branch at 644 Zachary Taylor Highway in Flint Hill will close on March 28, 2023.
Keenan Sherwood, a local baker who sells his wares at The Corner Store in Sperryville and at the Rappahannock Farmer’s Market, is planning to shift his focus from food production to educating others about the intersection of food and wellness.
High fuel costs are eating into rural Americans’ disposable income at a faster rate than urban households, according to a new study.
The CVS Pharmacy location at 605 Frost Avenue in Warrenton will close permanently on September 27.
State and local officials, including Gov. Glenn Youngkin, attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday to kick-off the opening of a 20,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility in Fauquier County that specializes in developing advanced, state-of-the-art tactical missiles.
Milda Vaivada is having a grand opening for her remarkable Flint Hill gift shop this Sunday.
Karen Mosebrook makes Culpeper and Rappahannock a little sweeter. As the owner of Sperryville Pike chocolate shop Cocoa Manna, she fills her shelves with delicious bean-to-bar chocolate and the hearts of local customers who suffer from having a sweet tooth.
Give them a chance and Rappahannock County citizens will speak freely about what divides us – and unites us – living in this place we call home.
For farmers and food-related businesses, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, U.S inflation, and China’s lockdown of 40-some cities hit by COVID-19, have ignited a tsunami of economic woes. What’s surprising is the speed with which the disruptions have pushed up prices for nearly everything farmers need to stay in business — fertilizer, livestock feed, labor and fuel.
Local business Appleton Campbell is a recipient of the prestigious President’s Award from Carrier for the eighth year in a row.
It’s been a long time coming. Delayed by a global health crisis, for the first time in two years Businesses of Rappahannock held a networking mixer, much to the delight of the more than 80 who attended the event last Wednesday afternoon at the Blue Rock.
The Inn at Little Washington for the fourth consecutive year retained its three-Michelin-starred status on Wednesday, continuing its reign as the only restaurant in the Washington, D.C. area to currently hold the distinction.
After a two-year hiatus, Businesses of Rappahannock is resuming the organization’s networking events this Wednesday (May 4).
Wegmans on Thursday announced it will eliminate plastic bags companywide by the end of year.
More rooms, enhanced e-commerce sales, a spa, an expanded event space, Patty O’s replicas in luxe places: They’re among the possibilities for Patrick O’Connell’s glitzy enterprise.
In a 5 to 4 vote, the Culpeper County Planning Commision voted last week to recommend the denial of a rezoning request from Amazon to construct a data center in Stevensburg.
Charlotte Wagner, proprietor of the recently approved Amissville dog training facility, said on Thursday she won’t be moving forward with construction after residents petitioned the decision by the Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals to grant her permission to build the business.
With energy, wisdom and optimism, the county’s next generation collectively offers a more nuanced take on the challenges of living in our aging community
Home builder Lennar has green lighted sales to home buyers interested in becoming some of the first property owners in Culpeper County’s newest home development, Stonehaven in Jeffersonton, near the Rappahannock line.
Two bills introduced by Republicans to halt future minimum wage increases have advanced to the House floor.
The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday approved an application for two campsites at the Chapelle Charlemagne Vineyards in Flint Hill, with Piedmont Supervisor Christine Smith voting against it.
Slowing pace of boundary change discussions, Rappahannock Supervisors to request further details from Town
Before moving forward with its own deliberations, the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors agreed to draft a letter to the Town of Washington asking for more specific information regarding the town’s request to enter into an agreement with the county for a potential boundary line adjustment.
Rappahannock restaurants this past fall reported experiencing shortages in both labor and supplies, paired for some with inflationary concerns, that strained them during the most critical tourism season of the year.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, which halted and then curtailed non-emergency medical procedures, Fauquier Hospital earned a $13.8-million profit in 2020, according to a new industry report.
But said trial indicated power provider is ‘not as cooperative as it should be’
The Rappahannock County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Jan. 19 to hear input from residents on a proposed dog kennel and training center in Amissville following a preliminary review of a revised application from Charlotte Wagner on Wednesday, Dec. 15.
Rappahannock News owner expands with addition of Fauquier County digital news site
Rappahannock County’s Liz Johnson of Mountain View Marketing is part of a panel of professionals offering their experienced advice to small businesses.
After realizing what she described as having the privilege of growing up on a farm and learning about environmental sustainability at a young age, Isabelle Heydt, 28, moved back to Rappahannock County two years ago to work on her family farm, raising cattle, livestock and a toddler.
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A request by the owner of the Chapelle Charlemagne Vineyard in Flint Hill for a special permit to operate two campsites behind the winery was backed by the Rappahannock County Planning Commission on Wednesday.
An important advisory from Businesses of Rappahannock President Theresa Wood:
Possible ordinance amendment about golf driving ranges postponed until after election
Many Rappahannock restaurants stop short of mandating vaccines, but encourage workers to get the shot
While most Rappahannock restaurants are encouraging — not requiring — employees to get vaccinated, managers say most of their staff have chosen to get the shot.
Harris Teeter stores nationwide, including nearby in Warrenton, have reduced their store hours until further notice, citing the shortage of labor caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After two failed votes, the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday approved a special exception permit for a third brewery to be built in Sperryville under the condition that the business owner reapply for the permit in three years.
An exclusive analysis by the Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism of federal and state workplace safety data found increasing complaints, decreasing inspections during pandemic
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