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Vaccinations help protect horses by lowering risk of mosquito-borne illnesses

As the mortality rate for horses with West Nile Virus is 30 percent and up to 90 percent for Eastern Equine Encephalitis. the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) encourages equine owners to contact their veterinarian to schedule vaccinations for these diseases.

I-95 northbound lanes near Dale City.Powel’s Creek Bridge to close off/on tonight May 20

VDOT says northbound I-95 general purpose lanes will be closed off and on tonight, Monday, May 20, starting at 9 p.m. around mile marker 155, until 5 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21, for Powell's Creek bridge work

Dumfries neighbor sees smoke, reports townhouse fire Sunday afternoon

Family of seven displaced after a fire in a Port Hope Point townhouse kitchen. No one was home at the time of the fire, according to Matt Smolsky, Deputy Fire Chief for Prince William County.

Home repair scammers at work, warns AARP Virginia, and not just targeting seniors

Each week AARP Virginia issues a fraud alert became so many peopel--seniors and others--become victims of scams. This weeks's warning is about spring home repairs.

Middle-of-night house fire displaces family of six in Triangle

Prince William County fire and rescue units were dispatched to a house fire in the 19100 block of Rosings Way (Triangle) at 3:58 a.m., according to Matt Smolsky, Deputy Fire Chief. The Fire Marshal’s Office was still on the scene at 8:40 a.m. determining the cause of the fire.

PWC to link its agencies with vendors at first Procurement Expo on Thursday, June 13

The expo aims to link the vendor community with county agencies, helping the county fulfill its business needs while providing vendors the opportunity to market their services and gain insights into doing business with the county. Meet with county agencies, that will share information on the goods and services they plan to procure in Fiscal Year 2025, which begins July 1.

Juvenile, 17, charged on ten counts involving a gun

Charged with 2 counts of attempted malicious wounding, 2 counts of shooting into a residential dwelling, 2 counts of brandishing, 1 count of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, 1 count of possession of a handgun by a minor, 1 count of obstruction of justice, and 1 count of petit larceny

Bristow’s Piper Lane off Rt. 28 closing for culvert pipe repairs this weekend May 17-20

VDOT says Piper Lane (Route 660) from Route 28 (Nokesville Road) to Observation Road will be closed to through traffic, weather permitting, from 8 p.m. on Friday, May 17 until 5 a.m. on Monday, May 20

Gov. Youngkin opens nomination period for Volunteerism & Community Service Awards

Nominations will be accepted through Tuesday, June 25, at 5 p.m. for the 2024 Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism & Community Service Awards.
Today's Obituaries

Marian A. Snyder, 99, of Gainesville, mother of two, hospital gift shop volunteer

A Mass of Christian Burial for Marian A. Snyder of Gainesville, VA and formerly of Greenwich, CT. will be held at St. Michael the Archangel Church, North Street, Greenwich, CT on Monday, March 11, 2024, at 11 a.m., Mrs. Snyder, 99, passed away peacefully on March 3, 2024, with her family by her side.

Wayne W. Grindle, SR., “Skip,” of Haymarket

Wayne W. Grindle, SR., "Skip", 84, of Haymarket, Va. passed away peacefully on February 14, 2024. Funeral service will be Feb. 23. Please see full obituary on Pierce Funeral Home Manassas, VA website,

Margaret Mitchell McLeod Price, Stonewall Middle teacher for 26 years, and loved to travel

Margaret Mitchell McLeod Price, a teacher at Stonewall Middle School (now Unity Braxton) in Manassas for 26 years until her retirement in 1999, died Jan. 26, 2024. She was an avid traveler and had visited 49 states and numerous foreign countries.
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Children 17 & younger can get a free ride on OmniRide next Thursday, April 25

In support of national Take Your Child to Work Day, children ages 17 and younger can ride any OmniRide bus for free on Thursday, April 25. Great news! OmniRide Local and Metro Express are already currently free and will be until at least June. Children can ride any OmniRide Express commuter bus for free on this day, which currently costs $9 one way, when accompanied by a paying adult!
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