News Maker Bryan Burns on Wild West at the Wayside

Sat. Oct. 8 Middletown will be dressed for the Wild West at the Wayside.

We spoke to one of the organizers of the event Bryan Burns in our latest news maker.

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Bryan gives us a little history behind the event that they hope to make an annual celebration in Middletown.

He also tells us of some of the fun that is planned including a costume contest.

Bryan also tells us that there will be a shoot out every hour featuring some well known celebrities of Middletown.

The whole thing just sounds like a lot of fun.

Click here for Bryan’s interview.

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News Maker Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross on a Fundraiser

Wayside Inn and Larrick’s Tavern along with Paladin Bar and Grill are conducting a fundraiser for a family that lost everything in a fire.

We spoke with Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross of Wayside Inn about the effort in our latest news maker.

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Tammy and Travis tell us about the actions of an employee that helped save the family.

They also tell us what the 5 member family needs after the fire.

The pair also tell us where and when to make donations.

Click here for Tammy and Travis’s interview.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

News Maker Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross on a Fundraiser

Wayside Inn and Larrick’s Tavern along with Paladin Bar and Grill are conducting a fundraiser for a family that lost everything in a fire.

We spoke with Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross of Wayside Inn about the effort in our latest news maker.

The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal.

Tammy and Travis tell us about the actions of an employee that helped save the family.

They also tell us what the 5 member family needs after the fire.

The pair also tell us where and when to make donations.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

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Wayside Inn will reopen under new management in the new year

christmas parade canceled

Signs and several social network post indicate that the historic Wayside Inn in Middletown Virginia is closed this week due to COVID concerns.

The Inn is expected to reopen next week under new management who is quarantined after contracting COVID-19.

An email from News break is reporting that the owners of the Inn have decided to terminate Richard Orndorff’s lease due to the lack of profit and the inability to obtain a license for alcohol.

The owners plan to take a more direct and active role in operating the facility in 2022.

The news story indicates that the owners hope to put more emphases on events at the Inn.

Looking to host weddings, parties and holding musical events in the new year.

Minor changes in the immediate future include some changes to the menu and hours of operation.

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