I live in the Piedmont District, and I will be enthusiastically voting to re-elect Christine Smith as my representative on the Board of Supervisors. I hope you will, too. In a time when we have been thrown a lot of curveballs with COVID-19, Christine has led the county through tough situations.
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Since its June reopening, volunteers at Flatwood Refuse and Recycling Center’s Share Shed continue to report an unsustainable overflow of items at Rappahannock County’s community managed facility where residents donate unwanted clothing and household items for others to repurpose.
The Headwaters Foundation announced on Thursday that now-former Executive Director Lynnie Genho stepped down from the role Sept. 1, citing the…
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.
Neighboring property owner expresses concerns about late night stargazers
July 8, 1965: On Sunday, July 11, 1965, a service of Dedication will be held at Willis Chapel Methodist Church, Huntly, for the recently paid for church school rooms. Dr. Hugh M. Burleigh, Superintendent of the Charlottesville District of the Virginia Annual Conference.
The Propers finally had enough. The family, whose property backs up to Rappahannock County Park, have endured for years what they described as mistreatment at the hands of the Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority (RCRFA), the body that oversees the park.
Like many others, we are recalling our experiences on September 11, 2001, twenty years ago. We were living in both Northern Virginia and Rappahannock County. Kathy was working as the Assistant Superintendent for Arlington Public Schools, and Larry was working on our farm in Woodville.
I write in response to last week’s editorial, “Christine Smith deserves your vote,” written by a Sperryville Main Street neighbor whom I respect for her and her family’s contributions to this community. As mentioned in the editorial, “we can disagree without being disagreeable.”
As the remnants of Hurricane Ida moved closer to Rappahannock County, members of our local Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) team worked quickly to remove a large debris dam from the Rush River, which could have resulted in a significant flash-flood event in Harris Hollow and areas downstream.