This Week at Sipe: 80 for Brady

This week at Sipe Center, we will be showing the movie 80 for Brady. 80 for Brady is inspired by the true story of four best friends living life to the fullest when they take a wild trip to the 2017 Super Bowl LI to see their hero Tom Brady play. Starring Academy Award® nominee... Continue Reading →

Update: School Zone Speed Enforcement

As we noted in the March Current (and our "Rumor has it" post), the Town has been working with Blue Line Solutions to install photographic speed enforcement equipment in front of TA and John Wayland Elementary. The equipment installation is complete, so on Monday we will begin a 30-day period where drivers who are speeding... Continue Reading →

Live at Sipe: X2 Comedy

Sipe Center will be hosting X2 Comedy tonight at 7:30 p.m! There are just a couple of tickets left for this show! X2 Comedy is a clean, PG-13 series featuring local, regional and nationally touring HILARIOUS comedians. This one has 3 local comics with a headliner from Atlanta. Kyle Remnant does music-infused comedy and is... Continue Reading →

A First Look at the FY24 Budget

Here is a a peek at our proposed budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023. Here's the gist of it: No new taxes. No tax increases. Utility service fees up by a little less than inflation (except for sewer, which needs to go up by the 6.05% increase planned by the Regional Sewer... Continue Reading →

March Current

The March Current is en route to the post office, but you can read it now right here. In this month's issue, you'll find info about Improving traffic safety in our school crossing zone; A new life for some old signs; and Jay's Y Column on Oakdale Pond. If you're not on the Buzz e-mail... Continue Reading →

Virginia Flood Awareness Week

Today is the start of Virginia Flood Awareness Week, an ideal time to make preparations for potential flooding ahead of spring rains and the upcoming hurricane season. The purpose of Virginia Flood Awareness Week is to educate the public about flood risk and to promote the need for flood insurance. Flooding doesn’t only occur near... Continue Reading →

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