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Reddick & Sons Serve Customers and Community

By Helena Tavares Kennedy Daniel Reddick, born and raised in Prince William County, wanted to stay closer to home, family and his community, so he decided to start his own plumbing, HVAC and electrical business while working as a plumbing manager for a multi-million dollar service company in Northern Virginia. “We saw the need for superior, honest tradesman and a …

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Jail at Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre is Now Restored

Provided by Prince William County After five years of restoration work, the Brentsville Jail is now open for visitors. The jail is part of the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre at 12229 Bristow Road, where the Town of Brentsville once stood. The centre includes five historic buildings: a one-room schoolhouse, a church, the courthouse, a cabin and the jail. According to …

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Sharon Pandak Presented the Lily Blackwell Lifetime Achievement Award

Provided by Project Mend-A-House Sharon Pandak was recently recognized by the Project Mend-A-House Board of Directors for her hard work, dedication and generosity to the Prince William County community.     Sharon has been dedicated to improving our community and has supported Project Mend-A-House and its mission from the very beginning.  Her leadership and service to Prince William County is …

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Dumfries Revolutionary War Weekend April 2

Provided by Prince William County In 1776, Dumfries was the epicenter of life in Prince William County. Here, people from around the County came to debate independence in the local taverns. PWL Local men mustered into the 3rd Virginia Regiment led by men such as future President James Monroe. On April 2, from 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m., Williams Ordinary and the Weems-Botts Museum team up …

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Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation Needs Your Help!

Contributed by the Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation On Saturday October 26th, the Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation held its 10th Annual Membership Meeting at the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre. At the meeting, the Foundation’s President, Mark Trbovich announced that the PWHPF received a donation of up to $15,000 for the Brentsville Jail restoration project. This wonderful donation comes with …

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