Florists in Bridgewater, VA
Find local Bridgewater, Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bridgewater and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Bridgewater Flower Shops
110 North Main Street
Bridgewater, VA 22812
Bridgewater VA News
Nov 9, 2019
Longtime Princeton area public servant Janet Pellichero dies at 54 - Planet Princeton
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Association of New Jersey Recyclers, 120 Finderne Ave., Bridgewater, NJ 08807.
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Apr 7, 2017
More great places to order your Mother's Day flowers
Waitrose Florist offers a 58 item list of Mothers Day plants and flowers from £20. The store also has an EXCLUSIVE Emma Bridgewater jug of flowers for Waitrose shoppers at £58. With an assortment of scented pink hyacinths, frilly pink tulips, pink Avalanche roses, pale pink ranunculus and a... (Cambridge News)Apr 7, 2017
Sterlin Gilbert Working on Quinton Flowers' Throwing Motion
Strong hasn’t had an established quarterback to work with since his last year at Louisville, when Teddy Bridgewater was a senior.Adelson also interviewed offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert about how he is settling in to work with Flowers. Early quotes from Gilbert before spring practice might have made you think that he was going to try and fit Flowers into the system he’s most comfortable running. Fortunately, this story reveals that no, it’s the other way around.Once spring practice ends, Gilbert will sit down with Flowers and talk about the direction the offense should go."He’s really talented and coming back off what he did, it’s one of those things where don’t reinvent the wheel with him," Gilbert said. "We’re just in a hurry to find out what he does best, and let’s go do that. It’s not like we’re going to try to take him down another path and make him comfortable with something new. It’s like, 'Hey, let’s do what he does really well, and let’s do a lot of it.'"Gilbert is a descendent of the Baylor offensive coaching tree. As you might remember, last year USF incorporated some of the concepts of that system in the Gulf Coast Offense, with the extremely wide receiver splits and stack formations. So there should already be some buil... (The Daily Stampede)Nov 3, 2016
Gardener State: A dry Oktoberfest
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“The situation in our reservoir systems that serve some of the most densely populated regions of New Jersey is becoming more critical, with some systems dropping to half their capacity or less,” Martin said. “Without knowing how much precipitation we are going to get over the fall and winter to replenish our water sources, it is vital that every resident and business step up efforts to voluntarily reduce water use in the hopes of averting a water emergency and any mandatory restrictions.”
A drought watch calling for voluntary water conservation remains in effect for Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties. The designation of a watch formally urges residents of these counties to voluntarily conserve water.
The only counties not under a warning or watch are Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland, which have received near or above-normal rainfall over the past several months.
The decision to designate a drought warning comes as the first since November 2001, which subsequently became an emergency that was phased in by regions as drought conditions worsened. That emergency was phased out over the latter half of 2002 into early 2003.
The Administrative Order signed by Commissioner Martin establishes a formal process for the DEP to work with water suppliers in affected regions to ensure no single water supplier or region faces a significant shortfall should dry weather and high customer demand continue.
The DEP has been consulting with water suppliers for months to assess conditions and ensure they are fully aware of the situation and are ready to cooperate with the DEP.
“I want to thank water suppliers for working with the DEP to ensure the stability of our water supplies,” Martin said. “At this point, we would need many periods of sustained precipitation over several months to return to normal. We are all in this together. Everyone must pitch in, whether taking simple steps to reduce water use within their homes and businesses or stopping watering of lawns and shrubs and letting them go dormant.”
The DEP utilizes indicators to gauge the impacts that a shortfall of precipitation has had on water supplies, including reservoir levels, stream flows, and levels in shallow groundwater sources, known as unconfined aquifers, which is important in the longer-term replenishment of streams and reservoirs.
The northern tier of the state, in particular, has been grappling with below-normal precipitation. In this area, precipitation deficits for the past 12 months are as much as 12.7 inches below normal.
Major reservoir systems are below their normal levels for this time of year, and will likely need transfers of water through interconnected infrast... (MyCentralJersey.com)Sep 21, 2016
Girls Soccer Roundup for Saturday, Sept. 17
Reynoso made 13 saves.
Delaware Valley 1, Phillipsburg 1: Katherine Schiereck scored for Delaware Valley (0-4-1). Brianna Schneider made 20 saves.
Bridgewater-Raritan 2, Ramapo 1: Alexa Comune and Morgan Winchock scored for Bridgewater-Raritan (5-0).
Bishop Ahr 2, North Brunswick 0: Emma Herban and Daniela Tornatore scored for Bishop Ahr (4-0). Jill Balsamo added an assist. Kelly Harmon made two saves.
Princeton Day 5, Rutgers Prep 1: Thara Kalvala scored on an assist from Sophie Thellmann for Rutgers Prep (3-1).
(MyCentralJersey.com)Sep 14, 2016
Sunflower field east of Harrisonburg opens for Walk for Hope fundraiser
Eastern Mennonite University. The event is co-sponsored by the Austin Frazier Memorial Fund, Eastern Mennonite University, James Madison University, Bridgewater College and Blue Ridge Community College. Since its founding in 2011, the site of the annual walk has rotated among supporting colleges and universities.
The Austin Frazier Memorial Fund honors Austin, who was a junior at James Madison University when he died in 2009.
In 2010, the Frazier family helped to start an innovative mentoring program at EMU called CoachLink, in which trained adult mentors are paired with students in informal and supportive coaching-style relationships.
Story by Lauren Jefferson
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