All of us at the Rappahannock News want to share our appreciation for those who came by the office on Halloween to have their photo taken for …
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I am the proud creator/instigator of the “Respect Rappahannock” signs. I first saw the sentiment on a similar sign down in Chincoteague, that lovely old fishing village on the Eastern Shore, which is now overwhelmed by developers and tourists.
Complacency is rarely a good thing. In recent conversations I’ve heard here, some people acknowledge that our population has diminished, that fewer and fewer children attend our schools each year, and that we have a population with more and more older folks.
The Rush River Commons, if approved and built, will be the single biggest real estate development in the history of Rappahannock County. Or, to put it differently, the biggest single addition of housing since the land was inhabited by its Indigenous Peoples in the early 17th Century.