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Northern Virginia airports receive funding from Va. Aviation Board

Airports in Manassas, Leesburg, Warrenton-Fauquier and Culpeper have received funding for projects from the Virginia Aviation Board, which is chaired by PWC resident Rod Hall.

Manassas DMV to reopen Aug. 19 at new location

The Manasas opffice of the Department of Motor Vehicles will reopen Aug. 19 at Parkridge Center off Rt. 234 near Northern Virginia Community College. This is the shopping center with Kohl's and the movie theaters.

Is Virginia holding any money that belongs to you?

Governor Ralph Northam July 31 announced that the Virginia Department of the Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Program had another record-breaking year for unclaimed assets returned to Virginians. “Our mission is to protect the property interests of citizens and return these assets to the rightful owner,” said Secretary of Finance Aubrey Layne. “Our program is a central ‘lost and found’ and every citizen should check our free search site at least once a year.”

Warning on Capital One data breach

Attorney General Mark R. Herring is warning Virginia consumers who could be affected by Capital One’s massive data breach to remain vigilant. According to Capital One, more than 100 million people in the United States and about 6 million people in Canada could have had their personal information exposed including names, addresses, dates of birth, credit history information, social security numbers, and bank account numbers.

Pennies will pinch themselves if you shop Va. stores for school and hurricane supplies Aug. 2-4

The upcoming 2019 Virginia Sales Tax Holiday begins on Friday, Aug. 2, at 12:01 a.m. and ends on Sunday, Aug. 4, at 11:59 p.m., according to a news release from Gov. Ralph Northam.

Virginia to take on publicly-subsidized preschool education by 2025

Northam established the Executive Leadership Team on School Readiness with an executive order today. The team has 65 days to report back to the governor. The idea is that by 2025 all at-risk three-year-olds and four-year-olds in Virginia will have access to a publicly-subsidized care and education option.

Extra fans, water, ice in use at 18 Virginia prisons without A/C

With temperatures reaching triple digits in the Commonwealth this weekend, the Virginia Department of Corrections reports it "has protocols in place to protect offenders and staff in facilities without climate control air conditioning."

Biting into a just-picked Virginia peach can be addictive

This year’s crop is excellent: sweet, juicy and luscious with plenty to go around. Virginia peach season began officially on July 1 and the next several weeks will offer prime picking.

Gov. Northam creates new commission on outdoor recreation in Virginia

Governor Northam July 19 announced the creation of an Office of Outdoor Recreation to lead efforts to promote the outdoor recreation industry in Virginia and recruit new outdoor businesses to the Commonwealth.

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