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Secret Service & other agencies to be on high alert before and during NATO Summit

Increased local security measures will be in place in the days leading up to, during and immediately following the NATO Summit July 8-12, 2024, in Washington, D.C.

Road work in PWC rolled on

In an effort to minimize congestion and increase safety on area roads, the Virginia Department of Transportation and the Prince William County transportation office work to improve roads and intersections. However, sometimes these changes take time and can impede traffic flow and add a few minutes, and perhaps a few headaches, to our commutes.

PWC Police Beat 1/6/12

Prince William County VA Police Department's crime report for Jan. 6, 2012

17 Prince William Schools earn state performance awards

In a highly competitive process, the state of Virginia has recognized some elementary schools in Prince William County VA for meeting state and federal benchmarks.

Register to vote by political party?

A Prince William County delegate intends to file a bill to establish voter registration by political party in Virginia.

Prince William County’s economy remained strong

December of 2010 brought in the strongest month of sales tax collection in 19 years, which was a great way to start off 2011. Add to that the planned five-year savings of some $3.5 estimated by the Prince William County information technology department specialists, and the county was off to a booming start to the new year. Then, the county’s board of supervisors advertised a tax rate of $1.213 per $100 of assessed value, which was down from the previous rate of $1.236. The approved tax rate was $1.204. Overall, the county's economy in 2011 was strong.

US 29 one lane each way in Gainesville this weekend

Local Gainesville area drivers may want to stay off US 29 and Linton Hall Road this weekend. The traffic pattern is being changed to allow for new construction.

Manassas City Police Beat 1/4/12

Manassas City Police Department's crime report for Jan. 4, 2012

PWC Tea Party offers lobbyist training to local residents

PWC Tea Party is offering to teach local residents how to lobby their elected officials in the Virginia General Assembly.
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, http://www.piercefh.com

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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