STAUNTON – Jeff Ramsey started pumping out water Saturday night from his restaurant as rain poured down. Staunton’s Historic Wharf District the day after major flooding on Aug. 9, 2020. – Laura Peters/The News Leader Staunton’s Historic Wharf District the day after major flooding on Aug. 9, 2020. – Laura Peters/The News Leader Staunton’s Historic Wharf District the day after major flooding on Aug. 9, 2020. – Laura Peters/The News Leader Ad Total Battle – Tactical Game Online Ad O2 Canada Ad Blaux Ramsey, who owns Byers Street Bistro in Staunton’s Historic Wharf District, has seen flooding before, but not like this. The past big floods have come in either of two directions — from Gypsy Hill Park or from Middlebrook Avenue, Ramsey said. This time, water was coming from both directions. Normally he can keep the water out of his restaurant. Last night, the doors from the patio burst open, dumping inches of water into the space. "It’s a mess," he said. Ramsey didn’t leave the Bistro until 5 a.m. Sunday morning, only […]