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New Neabsco Supervisor Victor Angry sworn into office with Ernestine Jenkins in attendance

Prince William County's newest supervisor, Victor S. Angry, was sworn in April 11 to fill the Neabsco District seat on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. Angry takes over the seat left vacant at the death of John D. Jenkins, who served on the board for 36 years before his death in February.

Public info meeting April 17 on Bull Run Mt. water system at Evergreen CC

Prince William County Service Authority will hold a public information meeting about the Bull Run Mountain and Evergreen Drinking Water Supply Project on Wednesday, April 17, at 7 p.m.

Special meeting of PW Board of County Supervisors about personal property tax hike on April 17

Pursuant to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors’ Rules of Procedure, Chairman Stewart directed the Clerk to the Board of County Supervisors to call a special meeting Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. The Special Meeting will be held in the Board Chambers located at 1 County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia, 22192.

VDACS on how to solve the Easter egg dilemma

A common question this time of year is, is it safe to leave Easter eggs out overnight? The answer is no.

National recognition for UVA

Today, April 10, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved a resolution introduced by U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) officially congratulating the University of Virginia men’s basketball team for winning the 2019 NCAA championship.

Beehive distribution program suspended due to demand for bee hives; applications due again July 1

Due to an overwhelming response to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Beehive Distribution Program, the program has been suspended. VDACS anticipates that the current volume of applications will utilize all funding allocated for the program.

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

1919 was a historic year when it came to ensuring women’s right to vote. On May 21, 1919, the House of Representatives passed what would become the 19th amendment, and two weeks later, the Senate followed sending the proposed amendment to the states for ratification. In just over a year’s time, three-fourths of the states ratified the amendment and the Secretary of State certified the ratification, forever ensuring women would have the right to vote.

Traffic shift overnight April 11 for I-66 East in Arlington

Lanes will be shifting to right on bridge over Route 110 and George Washington Memorial Parkway ramps Thursday night, April 11.

April 23 talk at Freedom Museum on electric aviation without a pilot in your personal air vehicle

At the Freedom Museum on April 23, at 7:30 p.m., travel into a new world via an overview of electric aircraft and its commercial application; a discussion of aviation project management and particularly how it relates to military aviation.

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