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April 4-10 is National Library Week

During these challenging times, Prince William Public Libraries hve joined libraries of all types in going above and beyond to adapt to the changing world by expanding libraryresources and continuing to meet the needs of local library patrons.

Gov. McAuliffe announces grant to put long-term unemployed back to work

Governor Terry McAuliffe June 27 announced a new $6 million U.S. Department of Labor grant to the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) to provide training and job placement to 600 unemployed by 2016, according to a news release.

Keeping a forest in the family for future generations

“Focusing on Forestland Transfer to Generation ‘NEXT’” is being offered July 29 and August 5 at the Moton Museum in Farmville. This two-day program from the Virginia Department of Forestry will help family forest landowners successfully plan the transfer of their woodlands, intact, from one generation to the next.

Local legislators organizing Redskins Pride Caucus to support this Virginia-based business

State Senator Chap Petersen (D-Fairfax City), Delegate Jackson Miller (R-Manassas) and Delegate David Ramadan (R-Loudoun) have announced the formation of the "Redskins Pride Caucus," described in a press release as "a bipartisan group of Virginia state legislators representing professional football fans in the Commonwealth."

Talk to Woodbridge Supervisor about PWC budget at tele-town hall tonight

Woodbridge Supervisor Frank Principe will be hosting a tele-town hall this evening, Monday, April 21, at 7:00 pm.

Home repairs interest meeting in Woodbridge April 10

Habitat for Humanity partners with low- to moderate-income homeowners who live in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park to make exterior and interior home repairs that alleviate critical health, life and safety issues or housing code violations.

Tipster might get a reward for information in Metz school bathroom fire in Manassas

Fire investigators are asking the community for information after determining that one or more students intentionally set paper materials on fire in a Metz Middle School restroom during school hours, causing an estimated $20,000 in damages.

NOVEC warns consumers to beware of scam artists, particularly on the phone

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative warns all consumers to be alert to anyone who calls them, claims to represent NOVEC, and directs them to pay bills with a specific prepaid debit card. The Co-op says the caller is a scammer.

How is it the IRS could PAY you for 2010?

The clock is ticking for taxpayers who did not file a 2010 tax return to do so if they want to claim a refund for that tax year.

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