Posted by Greg as a comment on http://www.bridgewaterva.com/newbuzz/history/:
I would like to suggest that anyone who has old photos of Bridgewater prior to the 1960s–showing street scenes, businesses and storefronts, residences, special events, etc.–scan their photos and submit them via email to the webmaster, who then can post them on the town’s website or on Facebook. The goal is to obtain vintage photos from personal collections that never before have been seen by the pubic, but would be enjoyed by many as a trip down memory lane to the Bridgewater of yesteryear.
Joyce asked: “Do you know if the post office has stopped Saturday mail delivery for Bridgewater?” and I think the answer is no, there’s still a lot more legislating to do before that would happen. (See http://marketplace.publicradio.org/display/web/2011/09/30/pm-post-office-estimates-10-billion-loss/?refid=0). But I have noticed that Saturday delivery is more variable than it used to be, sometimes very early and sometimes late.
Anybody know more about this?
After a short time for maintenance we’re back up and running, with this site now combining the best of www.bridgewaterva.com and the Bridgewater Buzz bulletin board. In our outage a lot of old posts were lost . . . they’ll be recovered as time permits. Welcome back to all from your (volunteer, hobbyist) webmaster!
Posted by mousie on September 14:
was i the last person to hear. that el charro will be remodeling the old hardees at dinkel and main. to open a new location for its own style of mexican food. if so i wish them well. great food and they have experience opening in former fast food locations.
Posted by mcgill on September 6
Why do weather reporters feel they need to stand outside in rain/wind storms to report the weather? Why do Channel 3 weather reporters stand outside, on the porch, to tell us it’s cold in the winter?
Posted by Old Timer on August 23:
How many felt the earthquake today? I was on 42 at the time near Dayton but did not feel it.