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McDonald's to close as new store opens
STEPHENSON -- The McDonald's restaurant on Martinsburg Pike will close Monday after 30 years of business, but customers won't have to go far to find another outlet.
A new McDonald's will open Thursday at Rutherford Crossing, a few hundred yards away from the current location, according to a press release from Steve Nerangis, McDonald's owner and operator. The development is located on Martinsburg Pike (U.S. 11) and off of Interstate 81 at Exit 317, and features Target, Lowe's and other businesses.
The restaurant's design is an example of the new McDonald's prototype, similar to locations in Kernstown, Sunnyside and on Senseny Road.
The new McDonald's joins the Senseny Road location as the only local sites to feature the franchise's McCafe specialty coffee products, including lattes and cappuccinos in various flavors, the release states.
The coffee line also will be launched at the McDonald's at Pleasant Valley Road and Jubal Early Drive by the end of the year, Nerangis states. That restaurant closed recently for two weeks for renovations to the lobby to make room for the new coffee products.
"We have received a very positive response for our specialty coffee line at our restaurant on Senseny Road," McDonald's owner and operator, Nick Nerangis Jr., states in the release. "We are excited to add these delicious coffee choices to two more of our local McDonald's Restaurants just in time to warm up our customers in the cold winter months ahead."
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