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The 2019 summer music festival’s primary performance space is still on the mountain, but it has moved to a more convenient location.
Discovery Ridge Adventure Center is getting a complete facelift with new attractions, and Lake Monocan’s offerings have been expanded and improved.
It’s estimated that 300,000 people contract Lyme every year in the U.S., with victims found not just in traditionally tick-heavy areas like upstate New York and Maine, but also in all 50 states and Washington, D.C.
All five Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. resorts have signed on for the ski industry’s effort to promote sustainable slopes.
During the last week of June a new warning siren system for both the mountain and the valley will be tested. The first tests are scheduled for Wednesday morning, June 26, after 10 am.
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Wintergreen’s professionals & volunteers won three major awards from the region’s Emergency Medical Service coordinating council.
In a nutshell, the Virginia law regarding grilling on the decks and patios of condominiums says “nope.”
From now on out, having the entire street paved will be the standard. The long tradition of putting a patchwork of tar and gravel on every Wintergreen street during the summer months is no more.
A high-quality asphalt road surface on Monocan Drive from Hunters Point to where it ends at Rodes Valley Drive, and also Stoney Creek West from Monocan Drive to Black Walnut Drive is now in place.
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