Berryville’s spring street-paving project underway

The Town of Berryville is set to kick off its spring street-paving initiative starting Wednesday, June 12.

The project is expected to conclude by the end of the day on Monday, June 17, subject
to weather conditions and any mechanical issues.

Operations will not take place on Sundays or federal holidays.

Residents and commuters passing through the work zones should anticipate noise, dust, traffic delays, and parking restrictions.

Parking restrictions will be clearly posted at least 48 hours before work begins, and vehicles parked in restricted areas will be towed at the owner’s expense.

Here’s the paving schedule to keep in mind:
– Wednesday, June 12: Crown Street, Pender Court, Early Drive
– Thursday, June 13: Custer and Edgar Courts
– Friday, June 14: Fremont and Hancock Courts
– Monday, June 17: McClellan and Chamberlain Streets
For more information or inquiries, contact Director of Public Works Rick Boor at or call 540-955-1099.

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HSWC hosts adult prom

registration open polar plunge

The Humane Society of Warren County(HSWC) is hosting an adult prom on Saturday, February 10th at 7 pm.

The prom will replace their yearly polar plunge fundraiser.

The Prom, held at the Backroom Brewery, will raise funds for the Humane Society’s programs.

You must be 21 years old to attend this magical evening.

There will be a silent auction and dancing, the perfect Valentines date night.

For more on this story please listen to Scott’s News Maker on Monday.

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Camping for hunger begins Monday

Frost has started to settle on the cars overnight, so that must mean that it is time for Camping for Hunger to begin.

Kick off will begin on Monday, November 13th for the News at Noon.

The River 95.3 radio station crew will be manning the bus 24/7 until November 17th.

They pull out early Saturday morning to deliver all donations to C-Cap.

Non perishable foods, money and gift cards can be dropped off anytime during the week.

Hope to see you all there!

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FCPR Pool pawty postponed to Monday September 25

walking in a winter wonderland

The Pool Pawty and Charity Dog Walk for today have been rescheduled.

Frederick County Parks and Rec is thrilled to announce a scaled downed doggie dip for Monday night, September 25th.

This event will solely be a swimming session.

There will be a $5 entry fee per dog.

If you signed up for the charity walk portion of the event, there is a plan for you too!

The dog walk will be held virtually, please pick up your swag on Monday night.

All proceeds from this event still go toward supporting the Esther Boyd Animal Shelter.

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Fun Fact May 24, 2021.

According to History dot com, It took 14 years, but it was worth it.  On this date in 1883 the Brooklyn Bridge was open, connecting the cities of New York and Brooklyn.  Thousands of residents of Brooklyn and Manhattan Island turned out to witness the dedication ceremony, which was presided over by President Chester A. Arthur and New York Governor Grover Cleveland. Designed by the late John A. Roebling, the Brooklyn Bridge was the largest suspension bridge ever built to that date. Dubbed “the eighth wonder of the world” the span crosses the East River providing a connection between the massive populations of Brooklyn and Manhattan for the first time and changed New York City forever.  In 1898, the city of Brooklyn formally merged with New York City, Staten Island, and a few farm towns, forming Greater New York.