An unedited video of the Rappahannock County, Va., Board of Supervisors meetings on Aug. 5, 2019 at the Rappahannock County court house.
Unedited video of the Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 24, 2019 at the county courthouse.
There are unique opportunities for economic growth in Rappahannock that don’t entail an increase in population, but realizing such potential hinges on county elected officials getting on board.
We have final results in the race for Rappahannock County’s seat in the Virginia House of Delegates Democratic Party primary. Laura L. Galante has won by a wide margin.
All but one of the Rappahannock County government officials up for reelection this year have completed their filing requirements for reelection, with the exception of Wakefield District Supervisor Ron Frazier, albeit he has made it known that he intends to seek another four-year term.
After months of discussion and work, the Washington Town Council voted unanimously at its regular monthly meeting Monday night to amend the town’s zoning ordinance in an action meant to allow the post office to remain within the town.
A fiscal year 2020 budget totaling $26,129,281 was adopted by the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors at its regular meeting Monday, while at the same time it tabled indefinitely by a 3-2 vote a Code of Conduct and Ethics proposed over a year ago.
Private attorney David Konick, a member of the Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals, is counseling the chairman of the Rappahannock County Planning Commission about provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.
On March 28, 2017, President Donald Trump signed into law The Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act, designating every March 29th as National Vietnam War Veterans Day.
Nearly three weeks after receiving a blistering letter from the Board of Zoning Appeals critical of its ongoing revision of the county’s Comprehensive Plan, the Rappahannock County Planning Commission at is regular meeting Wednesday night vowed to fill the biggest “gaps,” while keeping in mi…
Equating conflict of interest proceedings against Rappahannock Supervisor John Lesinski to being stuck in a “mud patch” with the wheels spinning, Rappahannock County Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker has told lawyers on both sides to “get past” demurrers and move the case forward.
The Washington Town Council’s regular monthly meeting Monday was a brisk affair that focused on small changes to allow the post office to remain in town.
A look at how Rappahannock’s state representatives — Del. Michael Webert (R) and Sen. Mark Obenshain (R) — fared in terms of bills introduced and passed this year.
A top U.S. Postal Board official weighed in on site selection — prompted by an influential Rapp resident who was former chairman of the postal service governing body
Piedmont District Supervisor Christine Smith, BOS representative to the Rappahannock County Planning Commission, has been elected the commission’s vice chair.
‘You look up and your name is up on the big board, right? It’s like, you know, the Jumbotron for congressmen and congresswomen’
Republican Delegate Michael J. Webert (left) of Virginia’s 18th District welcomed the Joint Leadership Council of Veteran Services Organizations to the Capitol, including Rappahannock County Supervisor John Lesinski, who was appointed by Gov. Ralph Northam to two state positions overseeing v…