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PWC Police seek clues in Woodbridge homicide investigation

On July 1 at 4:28AM, officers responded to the 13900 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a shooting, according to MPO Renee Carr. public information officer.

MEASLES ALERT:  State health officials investigating potential measles exposures in No. Virginia

Health districts in northern Virginia are informing people who were at various locations listed in the following news release during the specified time frames, that they may have been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with measles.

Gov. Youngkin announces alternative hiring process for people with disabilities

Virginia state government has implemented an alternative hiring process for people with disabilities, serving as a model for inclusive employment practices. The process embeds employment of people with differing abilities as part of standard hiring policy and the state work culture.

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.

Man pronounced dead at scene in Triangle

PW Police are seeking information about murder in Triangle.

May 14 Saturday in the Garden cancelled; plant sale continues

To ensure everyone's safety and due to the impending weather conditions for Saturday May 14, the scheduled class for Saturday In The Garden - Pruning Flowering Shrubs has been cancelled.

Virginia’s April 2022 General Fund revenues exceed forecasts, Governor reports

Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced May 12 that April revenue collections exceeded forecasts, growing 45.7 percent over April of 2021. General fund revenues were approximately $1.9 billion higher year-to-date than the mid-session revised forecast issued in February. Total revenue collections have risen 19.0 percent through April, well ahead of the revised annual forecast of 9.2 percent growth.

Court okays release of juvenile’s name in Gainesville murder case; PWC Police offer $5000 reward

On May 10, detectives with the Prince William County Police Department's Violent Crimes Bureau identified two suspects sought in connection to the fatal shooting that occurred in the area of the Somerset Pointe Apartments located in the 14000 block of Deming Dr. in Gainesville (20155) on May 8. One of the suspects is a juvenile.

Two girls, both 12, inappropriately touched by unknown man on way to Graham Park Middle School

The suspect did not speak to either victim during the two separate encounters. Detectives with the Special Victims Bureau are actively investigating the incidents and are seeking to speak with anyone who may have seen the suspect in the area at the time of the assaults who matched the provided description.

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