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Think you’ve found a bear den? Va. Dept. of Wildlife says please leave it alone

As temperatures fall and food sources become less abundant, many bears in Virginia will enter a winter den. Other bears will greatly reduce their movements during but may remain active throughout the season.

Draft of proposed history standards - the good and the bad - sent to Va. Board of Education

“These draft standards are stronger because they reflect the contributions of subject-matter experts, thoughtful citizens, and a broad set of organizations across two administrations,” Secretary of Education Aimee Guidera said. “They better meet Governor Glenn Youngkin’s directive to teach all history—the good and the bad—and will prepare all of Virginia’s students to become informed and engaged citizens and members of our democracy, communities and economy.”

Deshundra Jefferson challenging Wheeler for chair of Prince William Board of Supervisors

Deshundra Jefferson has announced that she is running for Chair of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors in 2023. Jefferson, who lives in Montclair, will face fellow Democrat Ann Wheeler, who’s held the position since 2020.

PWC Police crime report: Man, 20, charged with murder in Dumfries shooting Jan. 4

Prince William County police detectives have charged a 20-year-old Washington D.C. man in connection to a quintuple shooting that was reported to have occurred at a home located in the 17900 block of Milroy Dr in Dumfries (22026) during the morning hours yesterday,Wednesday, Jan. 4.

Shooting in Dumfries: Four injured, one dead, one in custody

PWC Police investigate shooting of one child and four teens in Dumfries

Republicans nominate Bob Weir for special election for Gainesville Supervisor

On Jan. 2, Bob Weir won the Republican nomination for the Gainesville seat on Prince William County Board of Supervisors. A Special Election will be held Feb. 21 to fill a vacancy created by the Dec. 16 resignation of Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland

Rules issued for Jan. 2 nomination of Republican candidate for Gainesville Supervisor

The Prince William Republican Committee will meet at Park Valley Church in Haymarket tonight so Gainesville District Republicans can choose a candidate for Gainesville Supervisor. Carol Fox, the GOP's Gainesville District chairman, will chair tonight's meeting. The candidate will be on the ballot in a Feb. 21 Special Election being held to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Pete Candland.

US Rep. Gerry Connolly says House Democrats will oppose GOP efforts to dismantle US workforce

Congressman Gerry Connolly (D-VA), Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Government Operations, says the GOP's rules package would "dismantle the federal workforce and carry out political vendettas at the expense of career civil servants."

Snake talk at PWC courthouse Jan. 21

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