A person does not have to be young to make a positive contribution to society. That was abundantly clear during Aging Together’s eighth annual…
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The attitude in Washington’s Town Hall was spirited on Sunday afternoon even as town councilors and planning commissioners gave an hour of their weekends to discuss town business.
It is now squarely in the hands of Washington officials to determine whether or not to approve plans for Phase 1 of the Rush River Commons, a project that promises to become the first mixed-use development of its kind in Rappahannock County.
The project formerly known as Black Kettle Commons has been reborn with a new name: Rush River Commons. And with the new name comes a new strategy for developing the nine-acre Washington parcel bounded by Warren Avenue, Leggett Lane and Route 211 which straddles the line between the county and the town of Washington.
On Saturday, April 24, from 9 a.m. to noon at Rappahannock County Park, 7 Park Lane, join the Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority (RCRFA), Rappahannock County Park Foundation, Friends of the Rappahannock, Piedmont Environmental Council, Old Rag Master Naturalists, Rappahannock Fauquier Master Gardeners, and local volunteers as they clean up the Rush River to ensure its safety for our community.
It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week, which means the PATH Foundation is dedicating a week of service to local organizations and inviting…