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Riverside Tappahannock Hospital receives a perfect quality score

Posted on April 10, 2014 at 2:30 pm

  Riverside Tappahannock Hospital (RTH), was one of only 4 small rural community hospitals to receive a perfect score on Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Q-HIP measures. There are 46 small rural hospitals that participate in the Anthem’s program in Virginia, New York, and Georgia.   Anthem’s Q-HIP (Quality Hospital Incentive Program) measures look at how well hospital staff: communicate with patients and each other maintain evidence based infection control

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  • A cake of thanks for Union Bank

    Posted on April 9, 2014 at 9:40 am

    The Friends of the Library presenting their cake to Union First Market Bank as a show of thanks for allowing the Friends use of one of their facilities.

    The Friends of the Rappahannock Community College/Richmond County Public Library recently expressed their thanks to the management and employees of the Union First Market Bank in Warsaw for the free use of one of their buildings on Main Street. A cake beautifully decorated with the library’s logo symbolized the Friends’ gratitude for the bank’s generous accommodation. The Friends have operated their ongoing Used Book Sale for the past three years

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  • Plans in place for Dunn-Rite Auto

    Posted on April 9, 2014 at 9:24 am

    The Dunn family pictured in front of their pride and joy Dunn-Rite Auto Sales, which will move to a brand new building within Kilmarnock.

    Jovial M’Lissa Dunn, who with her husband Randy has established and built up Randy’s Dunn Rite Automotive and Dunn-Rite Auto Sales in the lower Northern Neck, is excited to break ground at what will be their own building for their family-run business in Kilmarnock. Not only that, but the husband-and-wife owners have big plans in store for their location in Burgess. In Kilmarnock, both the sales lot and service center

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  • A tale of two Dollars in Warsaw

    Posted on March 20, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Two major discount retail chain stores in Warsaw may soon be leaving their current facilities for new buildings designed to attract more customers. It was just a few months ago that the Family Dollar, currently located at what is locally called  “the bottom,” a shopping center across from St. John’s Church in Warsaw, made plans to erect a new building at the corner of Court Circle and Route 360 in

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  • Couple celebrates milestone after years of hard work: The China Inn of Warsaw recently reveled in its 25th anniversary

    Posted on March 12, 2014 at 8:48 am


    Since they first opened the doors of their restaurant The China Inn in Warsaw, Jennifer and Yonni Lee have welcomed their customers with a smile and friendly service. Recently, the couple and their restaurant celebrated a huge milestone; 25 years of serving some of the freshest and most delicious foods in the region. The Lee’s, a humble couple who made Warsaw their home after relocating from their first facility in

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  • Main Street restaurateur leaves Warsaw with a thankful toast

    Posted on March 5, 2014 at 10:49 am

    Jim Fallon, former owner of Northern Neck Gourmet, has enjoyed his business in town.

    With a raised glass and a smile on his face, a fixture of local business in Warsaw said goodbye recently to the town he has called home. On Feb. 28, Jim Fallon, the former owner of The Northern Neck Gourmet in Warsaw, sat down to discuss the closing of his Main Street business, which he has operated since 1997. “The hardest thing about closing is saying goodbye to all of

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  • Tappahannock store offers gifts that give back to their creators

    Posted on January 22, 2014 at 11:39 am

    A personalized glass at The Gift Gallery in Tappahannock.

    Tucked away on the main drag in Tappahannock is a unique place offering wares that can add a unique dash of décor to any home, but also promotes Fair Trade for underprivileged workers in Third World counties. Walking into The Gift Gallery, located at 1644 Tappahannock Blvd., shoppers can peruse items varying from hand painted dinnerware, creative musical instruments and hand-made jewelry from across the globe. It is all part

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