Shenandoah National Park will begin its Old Rag Mountain ticketing pilot project in March in an effort to control the number of hikers and com…
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After taking a year off due to COVID-19 in 2021, the decades-old steeplechase event is scheduled to resume on Saturday, March 5, 2022, at The Hill, 13257 Durantes Curve (off Rt. 522) in Boston, with a post time of 1:00 p.m. Gates open at 10 a.m. Featuring six races, the day officially kicks off the much-anticipated Virginia Steeplechase Association season, which runs into May. Tailgating and picnics are welcome and concessions and food vendors will be on site.
I was raised during the Depression. We didn’t have money, but with a cow, pigs, chickens, and a vegetable garden, we always had enough to eat. My mother shared food with many families and helped out in the community. I can remember delivering groceries on my roller skates to folks who couldn’t get out of the house. Mother used to say, “You give someone in need a quarter and it comes back as a dollar.” During that time, I learned the value of helping others.
The next broadband hurdle shouldn’t be finding $1.4 million, even if it means using taxpayer dollars. For the Board of Supervisors, the time has come to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity to ensure broadband services are available to everyone in Rappahannock County.
Washington may not be in a time warp — after all we house the world renowned Inn at Little Washington known for it’s agenda-setting culinary innovation — but we do not rush change here
So, in the middle of a crippling surge of COVID-19 contagion when our healthcare system is buckling under the weight of providing care to our citizens, the Board of Supervisors notes that we should be willing to expose ourselves to the risk of infection if we want to participate in our democratic institutions.
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The Board of Supervisors should approve the All Points contract to deliver fiber to the homes that want it. Here’s why: Quality of Life: It seems that everyone supports the idea of broadband access across the county. The benefits to workers, students and families are obvious.
Just before 2021 came to an end, Rappahannock County took a monumental step toward ensuring universal access to reliable broadband after receiving a substantial grant from the Virginia Telecommunications Initiative (VATI).
Washington Town Council on Monday unanimously approved raising residents' sewer bills by $8 each month to help offset the deficit the town run…