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Manassas Co-Work Space Wins Statewide Award

Provided by City of Manassas CenterFuse, a co-work space and small business incubator located in Historic Downtown Manassas, took home top honors in the Outstanding Business of the Year category at the recent Virginia Main Street (VMS) Conference in Harrisonburg. CenterFuse is a cooperative/collaborative work space that offers professional services and support to start-up businesses and emerging ventures. It also …

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County Receives Additional Funding for Transportation Projects

Provided by Prince William County Prince William County recently got word that it will be receiving $244 million from the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) for transportation projects over the next six years. The money will help with seven projects across the county, said Rick Canizales, director of the county’s Department of Transportation. “It is a great piece of news …

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​A Day in the Life of a Park Ranger

Provided by Prince William County There are 72 parks in Prince William County that include approximately 4,000 acres and roughly 100 miles of trails; and it falls to 10 park rangers and eight ranger aides to keep the people who use the county’s parks safe. Senior Park Ranger Matt Sale said the job can entail everything from parking assistance, to …

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Library Brings Bollywood to the Community ​

Provided by Prince William County Dance like no one’s watching and smile while doing so. That’s the philosophy of Nirathi Rao with Rythmaya Dance, who recently taught children about Bollywood, folk and classical Indian dancing during a program at Chinn Park Regional Library. Rao told the children they should be happy when they dance and to carry that happiness with …

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Over The Hump – Weekend Events in Prince William and Manassas

By Prince William Living Here are just a few things going on in the Prince William Region this weekend. We hope that making some fun weekend plans will help you get over the hump that is Wednesday. Beat the heat at the Occoquan Lemonade Stroll on Friday and Saturday. Participating businesses will be serving free lemon treats throughout Historic Occoquan. Follow the …

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Middle and High School Schedules to be Emailed

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) Prince William County Schools middle and high school students will receive class schedules via email. The 2018–19 schedules will be emailed on Friday, Aug. 24, to all parent/guardian and student email addresses. Schedules will be accessible on ParentPortal after Aug. 24.

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First Responders Team Up to Support Good Cause

The Redskins versus the Cowboys. The Giants versus the Dodgers. Every sports team has a rival, and that is no different for the teams that played in the second-annual Guns and Hoses hockey game this past weekend. Prince William County’s Police and Fire and Rescue Departments challenged each other on the ice in order to support a good cause. A …

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Ex-POW to Receive Hanoi Hilton Brick

Hanoi Hilton brick presented by Freedom Museum

Provided by The Freedom Museum The Freedom Museum, as part of POW/MIA Month, will host a group of former U.S. Air Force (USAF) Vietnamese linguists who will present Rear Admiral (RAdm) Robert H. Shumaker, USN (Ret) a construction brick from the infamous Hoa Lo (Hanoi Hilton) prison.  The brick is a symbol of the service and sacrifice of millions of …

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Six Tips for Making Your Next Move More Affordable and Less Stressful

By Marcia Goodman Summer time is peak season when it comes to moving. More than 11 percent of Americans — 35.1 million people who make up some 15.3 million households — move to new homes every year, according to the American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA). As the trade association representing moving and storage companies, they should know! That’s a lot of …

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