The Staunton's west end sees a new barbecue restaurant opening, the Staunton Creative Community Fund is offering interest-free grants and Stuart's Draft's DoLittle's is now closed — here's the buzz. A new barbecue restaurant, which was first announced over the summer, is now officially open to the public. The Valley Smokehouse is located in Staunton's West End at 2310 W. Beverley St.
WAYNESBORO - The Waynesboro Town Center will be seeing new neighbors. After a $1.2 million sale of a 1.35 acre outparcel, two new retail buildings are expected to be constructed near the entrance of the town center. Divaris Real Estate, Inc. announced the sale of an outparcel to Seven Development, LLC from Waynesboro Town Center LLC. One building is expected to be just under 8,000 square feet and the other just under 2,000 square feet.
STAUNTON - There's a small lake that sits on the property of Gaie Lea. During the winter, it can freeze over and you can hear the movement of ice that sounds like Star Wars blasters and weird echoes. It's somewhat haunting, but it's beautiful at the same time. Pronounced "Gay Lee" its translated to happy meadows and it's a place that has happy memories for Liz Schreiber. This lake served as a spot for Schreiber to ice skate as a child. The fields were where she once roamed.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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