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Environmental and community advocates set April 28 town hall on data centers, Bi-County Parkway

Environmental and community advocates are hosting a town hall this Thursday, April 28, at Battlefield High School in Haymarket at 6:30 p.m., on several upcoming, controversial land-use issues that they say threaten the regional water supply and National historical heritage.

Del. Ramadan sets March 23 town meeting in PWC

Delegate David I. Ramadan will host a community town hall meeting on Saturday, March 23 at 6 p.m. at Alvey Elementary School to discuss the recent Virginia General Assembly Session, and other community concerns.

Gravely Elementary School celebrates Alma Gravely’s 90th birthday

The school named in honor of her late husband celebrated Alma Gravely’s 90th birthday recently. From left, seated in the row front, Mrs. Gravely’s son, David, and her daughter-in-law, Beverly Clark; Jarcelynn Hart, associate superintendent for the county’s western elementary schools; Don Richardson, then-county school board vice chairman. Back row, from left, Dr. Steven L. Walts, superintendent of Prince William County Schools; Michele Salzano, Gravely Elementary School principal; Cdr. Doug Kunzman, first commanding officer of the U.S.S. Gravely.
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Haymarket mayor Pam Stutz takes a pass on reelection campaign

Pam Stutz, mayor of the town of Haymarket, VA says it is time for someone else to come forward with new ideas

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Mayor Pam Stutz

PWC Police Beat 12/21/11

Prince William County Police Department’s crime report for Dec. 21, 2011.

PWC Police Beat 12/19/11

Prince William County Police Department’s crime report for Dec. 19, 2011.

Ruritans’ fruit sales support students

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Customers Aldo Rodriguez and Megan Van Stry from Haymarket (on left) with Gainesville Ruritans Bart Colendene and Cynthia Hughes. Photo by Jan Davis. Gainesville-Haymarket Ruritans offer fruit for locals. Honeybells are to come, by order-ahead only.

Knight sings for locals

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Haymarket resident Angela Knight, a heralded opera singer, is putting on a Dec. 3 concert for two local community members in need. This year’s production, “Winter Wonderland,” will be performed Dec. 3 at Battlefield High School. The concert will benefit two local families, struggling with illnesses, that “need to know they are loved by the community,” she explained.

PWC Police Beat 12/2/11

Prince William County Police Department’s crime report for Dec. 2, 2011.

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