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Finance Office Closed Today

The Prince William County Finance Office located at 7987 Ashton Avenue, Manassas, VA 20109, closed at 2 p.m. today, Monday, June 21, because the air ...
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Virginia Cooperative Extension-Prince William Helps Those Facing Foreclosure

No one wants a foreclosure to happen. Banks and mortgage companies try to avoid foreclosures, which adversely affect them, homeowners and the ...
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Board Receives Quarterly Transportation Report

The County Department of Transportation recently provided the Prince William Board of County Supervisors a quarterly presentation showing the status ...
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Prince William Area Agency on Aging Receives National Recognition

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) recently recognized the Prince William Area Agency on Aging with an Aging Achievement Award ...
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Video Streaming of Planning Commission Public Hearings Available in July 2021

The Prince William County (PWC) Planning Office is pleased to announce that beginning July 2021, public hearings held by the County Planning ...
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Prince William Board of County Supervisors Proclaim June 13 – 19 as National Waste and Recycling Workers Week

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently proclaimed June 13 through 19 as National Waste and Recycling Workers Week. Without the ...
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Prince William Board of County Supervisors Proclaim June LGBTQ+ Month

June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and More (LGBTQ+) Month. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently proclaimed ...
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Prince William County Vaccine Hesitancy Videos

View the public service messages Prince William County produced to address concerns about vaccine hesitancy: Get the Facts (60 seconds) – ...
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Prince William County Government Closed June 18 in Observance of Juneteenth

Prince William County Government is closed Friday, June 18, 2021, in observance of Juneteenth. Please note the closures include: James J. ...
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Prince William Law Enforcement Participates in Torch Run for Special Olympics

The Virginia Special Olympics summer games will not take place this year. However, approximately 30 law enforcement officials and several Special ...
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Parks, Recreation and Tourism Seeking Lifeguards

The Prince William Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (DRPT) is seeking lifeguards to staff County pools and waterparks this summer. ...
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Manassas City Library Officially Opens with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

While the Manassas City Library, at 10104 Dumfries Road, has been open for a few months, a ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Monday, June 7 brought ...
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Board of County Supervisors Hosting a Listening Session on June 22

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors is hosting a “listening session” at its meeting on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. to hear ...
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Parent Representatives on Family Assessment and Planning Team

The Prince William County Children’s Services Act (CSA) program has immediate openings for parent representatives on each of the Family Assessment ...
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Video PSA: County Hosts Public Input Session About Daytime Homeless Navigation Center Planned for Western End

Watch this video PSA to learn about the Public Input Session the County is hosting on June 9, 2021, about a Homeless Navigation Center planned for ...
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FEMA Initiates the 90-day Public Review Period for Updated Floodplain Maps in Prince William County

On May 13, 2021, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) initiated the required 90-day appeal period for the proposed updates to the Flood ...
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County Hosts Public Input Session About Daytime Homeless Navigation Center Planned for Western End

The community is invited to a Public Input Session hosted by the Department of Social Services with Prince William County Government. The event takes ...
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Prince William County Adult Day Health Care Hosts Drive-Through Ice Cream Social

Events, such as a drive-through ice cream social recently held for participants of the Prince William County Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) Program, ...
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PWC Community Newsletter - June 2021

View the June issue of the Prince William County community ...
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Memorial Day Observed at County War Memorial

County staff and members of the community recently joined the family of Maj. L. Eduardo Caraveo for a Memorial Day Ceremony at the Prince William War ...
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Prince William County Government Offices are closed on Monday, May 31.

Please note that Prince William County Government Offices are closed on Monday, May 31, in observance of Memorial ...
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Virtual Presentation for Public Information and Comments for the Devlin Road Widening Project

The Prince William County Department of Transportation is offering a virtual presentation about the Devlin Road Widening Project for public ...
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Prince William County Improves 9-1-1 Response Time with New Alarm Response Program

The Prince William County Department of Public Safety Communications today announced the implementation of the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol ...
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Prince William County Face Covering Directive Aligns with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

In accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and Governor Ralph Northam’s seventh amended Executive Order 72, ...
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Board Moves Ahead on Recommendations for Scott Cemetery and Preserving History in the Thoroughfare and The Settlement Communities

In recent weeks, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors directed staff to prepare a plan to research and interpret the cultural resources of ...
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PWC Parks, Recreation & Tourism Partners with Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics

With the availability of COVID-19 vaccines and the arrival of beautiful spring weather, residents and visitors are flocking to County parks and ...
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Recognizing Flag Day

The Continental Congress officially adopted the “Stars and Stripes” as the American flag on June 14, 1777. The resolution stated in part: “The ...
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Recognizing Juneteenth

With the Civil War going on, people in Texas did not know that President Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863. ...
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June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

Purple is the color to wear in June, during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, to get people talking about Alzheimer’s disease and other ...
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Celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month

On June 28, 1969, a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, in New York’s Greenwich Village, led to the arrest of members of the gay and lesbian community. ...
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June is National Safety Month

Safety hazards abound at work, at home, in the community and on the road. Accidents can happen anywhere. The National Safety Council first ...
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Prince William County High School Student Selected for U.S. Department of State Study Abroad Program

Xavier D’Alesandro was recently chosen to study abroad in Malaysia during the 2021-2022 academic year through the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and ...
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Prince William County Department of Development Services Debuts New Profiles on Social Media Networks

The Prince William County Department of Development Services launched its social media presence on Twitter (@PWCDDS), Facebook and LinkedIn in May. ...
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Over 6,000 Native Trees Planted at Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park

Recently, the Environmental Services Division of Public Works planted 6,370 native trees at Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park. This effort ...
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Hurricane Season Begins June 1 – Are you Ready?

The Atlantic basin hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30 annually, with the peak season from mid-August to late October. The Prince ...
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Get Outside for Wellness and Join the Community Services Behavioral Health Wellness Team for Virtual Workshops

Walk into wellness by beginning the month visiting one of the County’s Walk & Talk Wellness Trails. At the following trails, visitors will find ...
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VRE to Return to Full Service Commuter Rail System to Operate 32 Daily Trains Beginning June 1

Circle June 1 on the calendar. That is when the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) will resume its full-service schedule, increasing commuting options ...
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Watch Prince William County Business Owners on the Building Momentum Channel

Prince William County Department of Economic Development (PWCED) launched the Building Momentum Channel, which features spotlight stories on the ...
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Summer Reading 2021: Tails and Tales June 14 – August 15

Animals of all kinds roam lands, swim in the deep blue oceans and soar through the air. Many have both a tail and a tale to share as part of this ...
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April Showers Bring May Flowers and Tall Grass

Spring is officially here, and as the temperature gets warmer and the days get longer, Neighborhood Services sees an increase in calls of concern ...
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Prince William Board of County Supervisors Commends Tom Burrell

For more than two decades, Tom Burrell was a member of the Lake Ridge-Occoquan-Coles Civic Association, where he served as vice chairman of the ...
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Fighting the Spotted Lanternfly

The first Spotted Lanternfly, a pest that feeds on and causes the decline of more than 100 different plant species, was spotted in Prince William ...
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May is Foster Care Month

In Fiscal Year 2020, the Prince William County Department of Social Services provided custodial foster care for 109 children in the County. In ...
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PWC 4-H’ers Run with Run for the Fallen and the PWC 4-H 5K

On May 2, a group of 4-H youth and adult volunteers used their head, hearts, hands and health to run alongside the runners in Virginia Run for the ...
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Open Spaces, Friendly Faces Economic Recovery Campaign

This summer, the Office of Tourism will continue its “Open Spaces, Friendly Faces” tourism recovery campaign promoting Prince William County as a ...
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Special Week to Recognize Waste and Recycling Workers

Prince William County residents, businesses and organizations are encouraged to celebrate National Waste and Recycling Workers Week from June 13-19. ...
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Mosquito Trapping is Underway

The Mosquito and Forest Pest Management Branch conducts regular monitoring of adult mosquito populations across the County. Surveillance is a key ...
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Recognizing Military Appreciation Month

It is appropriate that May is set aside as Military Appreciation Month. May holds Armed Forces Day, Victory in Europe Day to remember the end of ...
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Prince William County Response to Colonial Pipeline Gas Crisis

The County is closely monitoring the situation with the cyber-attack affecting the Colonial Pipeline, which has impacted the region’s fuel ...
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Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Recognizes Prince William County Couple as 2021 Foster Parents of the Year

Foster parents from 10 jurisdictions across the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia were recently named 2021 Foster Parents of the Year by ...
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McCoart Building Public Parking Lot Closed for Construction Specific Dates in May

The public parking lot of the James J. McCoart County Administration Building, located at 1 County Complex in Woodbridge, is undergoing construction ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - English

The Prince William County Department of Economic Development and the Office of Tourism are encouraging residents, businesses and community ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Arabic Translation

نريد أن نعرف أفكارك حول هوية العلامة التجارية للمقاطعة   تشجع إدارة التنمية الاقتصادية في مقاطعة برينس ويليام ومكتب السياحة السكان ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Simplified Chinese Translation

我们想了解您对本县品牌识别的想法   威廉王子县经济发展部 (The Prince William County Department of Economic Development) 和旅游办公室 (Office of Tourism) ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Pashto Translation

   موږ غواړو د کاونټي د برانډ هؤیت (پیژند) په اړه ستاسو نظرونه واخلو  د پرنس ولیم کاونټي د اقتصادي پراختیا څانګه او د ګرځندوی ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Urdu Translation

کاؤنٹی کی برانڈ کو شناخت کرنے کے لیے ہماری خواہش ہے کہ ہم آپ کے خیالات سے آگاہی حاصل کریں دی پرنس ولیئم کاؤنٹی ڈپارٹمنٹ آف اکنامک ڈولپمنٹ اور آفس ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Korean Translation

카운티의 브랜드 정체성에 대한 귀하의 의견을 구하고자 합니다.   프린스 윌리엄 카운티 경제 개발부(Prince William County Department of Economic Development)와 관광청(Office of ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Vietnamese Translation

Chúng tôi mong muốn được biết suy nghĩ của quý vị về nhận diện thương hiệu của Quận   Sở Phát triển Kinh tế và Văn phòng Du lịch của ...
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Prince William County Wants to Know Your Thoughts on the County’s Brand Identity - Farsi Translation

اداره توسعه اقتصادی کانتی پرنس ویلیام و دفتر گردشگری، ساکنان، مشاغل و ذینفعان جامعه را تشویق می‌کنند تا نظرات و ایده های خود در مورد چگونگی انطباق، ...
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Introducing the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

PRINCE WILLIAM, VA— The Emergency Broadband Benefit is a temporary Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program to help households struggling to ...
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Prince William County Adopts New Land Preservation Tool: Purchase of Development Rights

Very soon landowners in the Rural Area will be able to permanently conserve their land through the recently adopted Purchase of Development Rights ...
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Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. James A. McGruder Recites “I Am the Flag” at the May 4, 2021, Board of County Supervisors Meeting

Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. James A. McGruder recently graced the Prince William County Board of Supervisors Board chambers with a recitation of “I ...
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Board Enters Services Agreement with Marine Corps Base Quantico

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently authorized the County Department of Public Works to enter into an intergovernmental support ...
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May 2 marks the beginning of International Compost Awareness Week

The Composting Council Research and Education Foundation of the United States along with Canada, the United Kingdom and other countries have named ...
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Board Recognizes May 21 as Bike to Work Day

Bicycle commuting can improve air quality, conserve energy and reduce traffic congestion. The National Capital Region Transportation Planning ...
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May is Building Safety Month

Building safety and fire prevention officials work year-round to see that buildings in Prince William County are safely built. Safety, energy and ...
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May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month

Approximately 38,000 Prince William County residents are Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. The contributions of the Asian and Pacific Islander ...
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May is Business Appreciation Month

Businesses in Prince William County play a pivotal role in strengthening the County by creating jobs, employing a diverse workforce and bringing ...
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Ramadan in Prince William County

Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic Calendar, marks the first revelation of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad. Ramadan, which lasts 29 or ...
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May is Historic Preservation Month in Prince William County

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently proclaimed May 2021 as Historic Preservation Month to honor the efforts put forth by citizens ...
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PWC Community Newsletter - May 2021

May is an exciting month! It is a time to celebrate mothers and recognize Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage, older Americans, pets, biking ...
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Prince William County’s New Website is LIVE

Prince William County Government’s new website – pwcva.gov – is live! The County completed a review of the existing website, as well as comments ...
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May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month

According to the American Association for Cancer Research, more than 23,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with brain cancer and ...
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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

Every year, more than 800,000 people suffer strokes in the United States, making strokes the fifth-leading cause of death in the country. While ...
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Prince William Board of County Supervisors Adopt FY2022 Budget with Decrease to Real Estate Tax Rate

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors adopted the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Budget on Tuesday, April 27. "This budget demonstrates our ...
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May is ALS Awareness Month

May is ALS Awareness Month, and it is recognized each year to bring about advocacy and support for everyone diagnosed with the amyotrophic lateral ...
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Tips for Recognizing and Preventing Mosquito Activity

Every year, the Mosquito and Forest Pest Management Branch conducts site visits across the County in response to mosquito issues. Inevitably, a ...
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May is Early Intervention Month

Hello from the Infant and Toddler Connection of Greater Prince William, also known as Early Intervention! May is Early Intervention Month, and the ...
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Did You Find What You Were Looking For?

Prince William Public Libraries (PWPL) is seeking the public’s feedback through a short, six-question survey from April 19 – May 21. The survey is ...
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May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

The first Japanese immigrants set foot on U.S. soil on May 7, 1843. The Transcontinental Railroad was completed on May 10, 1869, and most of the men ...
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Mixed Use District: New Zoning District Creates Opportunity to Achieve More Efficient Use of Land in the County

Have you ever imagined living in a neighborhood where you can walk to a cafe to get a cup of coffee or to a restaurant to get dinner without having ...
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and So Much More

Celebrate your mental health during May! If you feel like you need a “check-up from the neck up,” visit the Suicide Prevention Alliance of ...
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New Changes to Subsidized Childcare

On March 18, 2021, Governor Ralph Northam signed House Bill 2203 into law. This new law introduces some changes to subsidized childcare in ...
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Observing National Pet Month in Prince William County

The month of May marks National Pet Month, and the Prince William County Animal Control Bureau (PWCACB) wants to help the community get involved. ...
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Older Americans Month 2021: Communities of Strength

In a 1963 meeting between President John F. Kennedy and members of the National Council of Senior Citizens, May was designated as “Senior Citizens ...
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Prince William County Historic Sites Open for Tours Starting May 1

Did you know that the Historic Preservation Division preserves 13 sites and over 750 acres of historically and culturally significant property ...
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Celebrate Business Appreciation Month by Building Momentum with Economic Development

In business, the finish line is always the next corner, the next collaboration, the next close. One win should build on the next opportunity. And one ...
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Prince William Compost Awareness Day Promotes Food Recycling: Grow, Eat …COMPOST… Repeat

The Prince William County Solid Waste Division and its partners, the Virginia Cooperative Extension Prince William Master Gardeners and Freestate ...
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Bike to Work Day

Bike to Work Day, scheduled for May 21 this year, is meant to encourage people to consider an alternative way to travel that can help improve their ...
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