Last month, we held a ceremony to dedicate Riverwalk in honor of the late Town Council Member Roscoe Burgess. At Tuesday night's Town Council Meeting at Sipe Center, we played a short video recapping the ceremony. For those who were unable to attend, we've attached a copy of the video below. https://videopress.com/v/inVa4A1K?preloadContent=metadata
The June Current is just about done printing and will be in most mailboxes tomorrow. However, Buzz followers get the Current first, so here's the June Current. So what's new this month? Updates on Sipe Center and Eve of Independence. Also, check out the back cover for an exclusive offer for new and existing Bridgewater... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow's Town Council Meeting (and public hearing) will be held in-person at Sipe Center starting at 7:00 p.m. This will be our first in-person meeting since March 2020, and we're thrilled to be back live!
Good morning! If you missed the DNR yesterday, attached above is a list of yard sale addresses submitted by Bridgewater residents. If you've been here before, you know that for every published address there are many, many more around Town. Have fun and good luck out there!
Town offices are closed today in observance of Memorial Day. We remember all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defending our country.
Next Saturday, June 5, is the Bridgewater community yard sale. One last reminder that if you would like to have your yard sale listed in the Daily News-Record advertisement, please e-mail your address to email@example.com or call B-Connected at (540) 908-4212. The cutoff date and time to notify us about your yard sale is Tuesday,... Continue Reading →
OK, to be fair, the headline is just clickbait. The game isn't actually sweeping the nation--yet. It's something we invented internally, though we liberally borrowed ideas from all over the place. We think it could be fun for our citizens (especially those who are retired or have their mornings free for some other reason). Please... Continue Reading →
This week, we've added the bicycle symbols for the bike lane on the completed portion of the Dry River Road project. Work continues on Dry River Road this summer, which will ultimately add bicycle lanes and a sidewalk up to the Cannery Woods Drive intersection. Also, there are still tickets available to see "Galway to... Continue Reading →
Less than one week away, the Town of Bridgewater will be hosting the American Red Cross for another blood drive! We are proud to say that we were able to donate 46 units at our last event. But like always we want to push for more. The more we are able to contribute the more... Continue Reading →
Want to get involved in a new sport but a little unsure you have what it takes? Karen Clark is holding a Women’s Intro to Tennis Clinic this June to introduce you to the wonderful game of tennis at Doug Will Tennis Center. This clinic is open to all women 18 years or older. Clinic... Continue Reading →