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Prince William Valor Awards 2018

Prince William Living is a proud sponsor of the Chamber Valor Awards. Held at the Hylton Performing Arts, fabulous food was provided by Okra’s.  We want to thank all our first responders for your service to our community! Photos by Dawn Gardener of DG Photography

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PW Chamber Celebrates 30 Years of Valor

Honoring Local Superheroes Join the Prince William Chamber of Commerce in honoring our dedicated public servants for acts above and beyond the call of duty at the 30th Annual Valor Awards.  All are welcome. Thursday, March 17th Prince William Valor Awards 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Location: Hylton Performing Arts Center (10960 George Mason Circle; Manassas, VA 20110) Master of …

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Tragedy Can be Tipping Point if We Work Together

by Rebecca Barnes, Publisher Prince William Living Some of us have been up all night; others are just waking up to the news that we have suffered a tragedy here in Prince William County.  Prince William County Police Department reported to a domestic violence call in Woodbridge only to have the worst outcome imaginable.  The woman who called police was allegedly shot …

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The Time Has Come

Kyle Wilson Elementary School Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, ages and sexes.  But no person is more of a hero as one who gives his life in the line of duty.  Prince William County resident and firefighter Kyle Wilson did just that on a windy day in April of 2007.   Overshadowed in the news by the horrific incident …

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Ice Recreation – Area Waters Unsafe for Play

From the Office of Coles Supervisor Martin Nohe Although an attractive place to play, frozen ponds, lakes, rivers and streams present unusual risks to everyone, including the rescuers challenged with attempting to rescue them. The climatology in this area of the country rarely produces ice of the quality and thickness necessary for safe outdoor recreation. And there are also other unseen …

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Fire Prevention Week Oct 6th – 12th

Prevent Kitchen Fires The holidays are just around the corner and with the beginning of football season individuals will be entertaining more than usual by cooking their favorite dishes to share with family and friends, but with an increase in cooking there’s the potential for an increase in cooking fires. Cooking fires is the number one cause of home fires …

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