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Expansion of Life Sciences in Prince William County to create up to 70 new jobs

Gov. Glenn Youngkin today, May 17, announced that Virongy Biosciences Inc., a developer of viral diagnostic technologies, anti-viral drugs, and therapeutic viral vectors, some of which are aimed at COVID, will invest $471,000 to expand in Prince William County.

Spring Tea celebrates mothers

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Prince William Health System Foundation's 8th annual Spring Tea, on May 15, was held at Stonewall Golf Club in Gainesville, Va. The event brought mothers and daughters of all ages together. This mother and daughter even color-coordinated their outfits. Many area residents and businesspeople remembered loved ones they lost to breast cancer. The tea was a fundraiser for The Cancer Center at Lake Manassas. Many silent auction items were awarded to the highest bidders.

PWC Police Beat 5/16/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report for May 16, 2011.

Covington donates $5,000 to Parkside Middle School

Brentsville Supervisor Wally Covington donated $5,000
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to Parkside Middle School as matching funds for the school's single-event fall fundraiser. The money will go to technology upgrades at the Manassas school in Prince William County. Covington made good on his promise at the opening night of the Manassas school's "Beauty and the Beast" presentation in early May. Covington is shown here reading to school children at another area Prince William County school, Pace West, earlier this school year.

PWC Police Beat 5/13/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report for May 13, 2011.

PWC Police Beat 5/11/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report for May 11, 2011.

PWC Police Beat 5/10/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report May 10, 2011.

Farmers markets now open or opening soon

Bull Run photoFarmers markets are open now, and others are opening soon, to provide locals with homegrown tomatoes, berries, corn and other produce. Some markets even have local vendors who sell their crafts and wares. Read all the details about local farmers' markets in the May 13 Manassas Observer. And, check out the list of area markets and when they're open.

PWC Police Beat 5/9/11

Prince William County Police Department's May 9 Crime Report

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