Rappahannock News

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Rappahannock Broadband Authority discusses next steps for universal broadband project

The Rappahannock County Broadband Authority discussed next steps in the regional agreement between eight northern Virginia counties and All Points Broadband on Monday, raising questions about the cost of the

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Washington Town Council advances Rush River Commons boundary change, asking Rappahannock Supervisors to join them

Members find study group unnecessary; public hearing could come as early as December

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Letter: Carney’s support for limited growth makes him the best man for the job

I am offering my support of Van Carney for Stonewall-Hawthorne Supervisor, as well as a thanks to Chris Parrish for his years of committed service towards the betterment of Rappahannock

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Many Rappahannock restaurants stop short of mandating vaccines, but encourage workers to get the shot

While most Rappahannock restaurants are encouraging — not requiring — employees to get vaccinated, managers say most of their staff have chosen to get the shot.

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Ground Zero first responder raises awareness for lung disease

(BPT) - Twenty years after 9/11, some World Trade Center first responders still struggle with long-term health complications brought on by the catastrophic event. For Tom Frey, a former New

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Is the daily commute back? Survey reveals new driving trends

(BPT) - Americans’ relationship with vehicles turned in a new direction over the last year and a half, and it is evolving yet again. As vaccination rates increase, restrictions ease

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Support research to save lives from breast cancer

(BPT) - Breast cancer's impact is far reaching. Whether affected directly or indirectly by the disease, everyone can agree that finding effective treatments is a must. This is especially important

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COVID-19 cases increased again last week in Rappahannock as statewide cases continued to decline

The numbers of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to fall across Virginia, with slightly less dramatic drops in Northern Virginia, although cases in the region never rose as much

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Wakefield Country Day School holds second annual Oktoberfest

Prost, Rappahannock!

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Letter: Civility has been placed to the wayside in tight election

The upcoming Nov. 2 election has become a heated contest. Civility has been tossed out and replaced with obvious bias, slanted reporting and attack ads.