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Meet Randall

Provided by Brew Republic Bierwerks Who is Randall and what does he have to do with beer? If you’ve been in the tap room regularly, you’ve no doubt seen and experienced Randall–the two-chambered beer infusion device that sits on our back bar next to the taps and has strange beers coming out of it. His full name is Randall the …

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Volunteer Opportunities in Greater Prince William

Provided by Volunteer Prince William Historic Manassas needs volunteers for their Celebrate America event on July 4th in Old Town Manassas. Duties include direct vendors from 11:30 a. m. -3:00 p. m., escort characters around from 5:30-8:30 p. m., check-in contestants from 2:30-5:30 p. m. and lastly VIP rooftop assistance from 4:00-10:00 p. m.  Please email Erin [email protected] with your …

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American Disposal Services celebrates Garbage Man Week

Garbage Man Day 2017

Provided by American Disposal Services American Disposal Services celebrated National Garbage Man Day with daily surprises for their waste and recycling drivers and helpers. The week was dedicated to honoring the waste hauling teams for their hard work and loyalty to keeping our communities clean. “The men and women of the waste hauling industry don’t receive the recognition they deserve. …

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Brennan’s Heating & Air will keep you cool when things heat up this summer

By Delia Engstrom Locally owned and operated, Brennan’s has been providing quality HVAC work to residents and businesses in Northern Virginia since 1979. Their highly-trained technicians are NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified and skilled at installation and repairs of air conditioners, furnaces and heat pumps. In addition to providing their expert technicians to all clients, they are proud offer …

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Take Precautions in Extreme Heat

Provided by Prince William Fire & Rescue It’s that time of the year when the forecast is predicting hot and humid weather; just one of the many signs summer has arrived. As periods of high temperatures continue, individuals should heed weather warnings to avoid becoming a victim of hyperthermia, a heat-related illness referred to as heat stroke. Hyperthermia occurs when …

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Imon Named Deputy Superintendent

Provided by Prince William County Schools Keith Imon, Associate Superintendent for Communications and Technology Services, will soon bring his extensive educational experience to a new role with increased responsibilities, as Deputy Superintendent for Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS). The School Board approved his appointment at its June 21 meeting. Imon will begin his new duties July 1, replacing retiring …

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Workhouse Plumbing Plumbs Pipes One Drip at a Time

By Jennifer Lazzo Need a new water heater? Have a garbage disposal on the fritz? Want to renovate a bathroom or kitchen? Workhouse Plumbing is a family-owned and operated company that can do all that and more. Owner D. Morris Dickens is a fully licensed, insured, and bonded Master Plumber with more than 20 years of experience who offers primarily …

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Prince William County May Market Statistics

Provided by REALTOR® Association of Prince William REALTOR® Association of Prince William (PWAR) has gathered Prince William County’s most recent market statistics, generated by SmartCharts, an affiliate website of Real Estate Business Intelligence (RBI). The market statistics are gathered through data provided by the Metropolitan Regional Information System (MRIS), which serves as the multiple listing service for Prince William County. A …

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Wittman, Wicker Introduce ‘SHIPS Act’

Provided by Congressman Rob Wittman’s Office Congressman Rob Wittman, R-Va., and U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., today introduced bicameral, bipartisan legislation that would make it the policy of the United States to achieve the Navy’s requirement of 355 ships. Under the “Securing the Homeland by Increasing our Power on the Seas (SHIPS) Act,” the fleet would be comprised of the …

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School Board Reinforces Commitment to Diversity and Equity

Provided by Prince William County Schools The Prince William County School Board voted last night to expand the Division’s anti-discrimination policy to expressly safeguard students and staff members from harassment or discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. The Board’s 5-3 vote followed a year of debate. Supporters of the change said that the modified policy would ensure …

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