Rappahannock United Way is administering a program thru the end of the year to provide mortgage or rent assistance to anyone impacted by COVID-19. rappahannockunitedway.org
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Director of Family Services Daronte Rollins and President & CEO Jason Tickle talk about finishing five new USDA Self-Help homes and building five more. An update on the 502 Direct Loans.
Friends of the Rappahannock invites you to get outdoors this summer and play a fun game of Rappahannock Nature Bingo.
The Community Relief Fund concluded its 12th and final round of rapid-response Immediate Relief grants to area nonprofits on June 30th. “Our local nonprofits are demonstrating incredible resilience, ingenuity and tenacity. It’s an honor to play a par …
Senator Kaine particiapted with and saw first-hand how food is being distributed
Over the past 3 months alone, Rappahannock United Way’s ALICE Assistance Program has provided $30,398 in direct financial aid.
Habitat for Humanity of Caroline County is winding up work on five new USDA Self-Help program houses in Milford. Five families will soon move in and ground will be broken for five more homes.
Students and individuals ages 25-34 were more susceptible and likely to be victimized, while those ages 45-54 and 65+ reported higher median dollar losses.
- Rappahannock Electric Cooperative says crews ready to respond to tropical weather
- Northern Neck Electric Cooperative: Be Prepared
- COVID-19 hospitalizations down in the area: Positivity rate going up
- Tropical Storm Warnings for region
- AUDIO: The Weather Channel’s Richard Lewelling on tropical storm weather around here