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Career or volunteer fire & rescue personnel? to be discussed by panelists at Committee of 100 May 18

How is Prince William County going to be best served in the future - Career or Volunteer Fire Rescue Personnel? will be subject of discussion at May 18 meeting of Committee of 100 in Occoquan. In addition officers will be elected. The current president, Ann Wheeler, is running for reelection.

Artworks by Osbourn High School students on display at City Hall

Osbourn High School student art is on exhibit now through May 22, 2017 at The Hall at City Hall. The exhibit is open to the public Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Prince William School Board to take parliamentary procedure training in May and June

Prince William County School Board will receive training in parliamentary procedure from Thomas Balch, J.D., a Professional Registered Parliamentarian, during two one-hour sessions, one on May 3 and one on June 7.

Community can talk with with PWC Police Chief Barry Barnard in Lake Ridge April 20

Board of County Supervisor Ruth Anderson of the Occoquan District and Chief Barry Barnard of the Prince William County Police Department will host a “Conversation with the Chief” on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at Old Bridge Elementary School located at 3051 Old Bridge Rd in Lake Ridge starting at 7:00PM.

PWC Committee of 100 panelists to take close look at opioid epidemic on April 20

The opioid crisis in Northern Virginia and Prince William County is real, serious and is impacting lives every day. Come join the PWC Committee of 100 on Thursday, April 20, as we learn about how this crisis came about, how bad it really is and what are the plans being put in place to deal with it.

PWC sets real estate tax rate at $1.125 of $100 of assessed valuation

“This budget funds the School Board’s adopted budget, meets critical public safety needs, and keeps Prince William County tax bills as the lowest in Northern Virginia,” said Chairman Corey Stewart.

Route 28 roadwork updates April 17-21

Prince William County Department of Transportation Department will be working along sections of Route 28 corridor for paving, pavement marking installation and shoulder stone paving April 17-21, between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Smith and Miller vie in Special Election Tuesday, April 18, for Clerk of Prince William Court

The two candidates to complete the eight-year term of the late Michele McQuigg as Clerk of the Prince William Circuit Court (includes Manassas and Manassas Park) agree on many of the changes and improvements they would like to see in the Clerk's office. What they strongly disagree on is which of them is more qualified to make those changes happen.

PW Conservation Alliance presenting free land use workshops with variety of speakers on April 28

Prince William Conservation Alliance will conduct Land Use 101, "a (free) workshop for homeowners, civic groups, realtors, students, and others interested in planning for a bright future" on Friday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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