The Rappahannock County Planning Commission moved swiftly through five applications for special use permits at its Sept. 15 meeting, deciding to hold public hearings in October on a request to operate a dog kennel and dog training business in Amissville and another to operate a tourist home in Chester Gap.
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The long-awaited opening of the post office in the Town of Washington is expected to take place sometime before this upcoming holiday season following yet another delay, an official with the United States Postal Service said.
At a meet-and-greet last Friday at Sperryville’s Before and After, folks questioned and listened as Piedmont District supervisor candidate Cli…
On Nov. 2, the people around Sperryville and in the Piedmont district will vote for our representative on the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors. I’m asking you to vote to reelect Christine Smith because her leadership has made a real difference for our part of the county.
In 1964, more than 50 people met at the Rappahannock County courthouse to organize the Rappahannock Historical Society. Judge Raynor Snead chaired the meeting, and William Carrigan and Dorothy Davis helped run the meeting to explain the reasons for the formation of the society.
The historic Sperryville home that houses coffee shop Before and After was struck on Thursday evening, Sept. 3, after a vehicle being towed by…
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.