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East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas sold for $1.4 million to Catholics for Housing

Catholics for Housing, a Northern Virginia nonprofit, reports that it completed the purchase of East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas today, Jan. 11.

Corey Stewart says State of Prince William County is “strong”

Chairman Corey A. Stewart delivered his annual State of the County address on Tuesday, Jan. 9, to open the first meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors in 2018.

Prince William County Planning Commission agenda for Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018

Prince William County Planning Commission will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 17. 2018 in the board chambers at 1 County Complex Court, Prince William VA 22192.

City of Manassas Park closing schools early today, Jan. 8, due to bad weather

Due to inclement weather conditions, Manassas Park City Schools will be closing early today, Jan. 8 (MPMS and MPHS at 11:45am; CES and MPES at 12:30pm).

Nokesville canine likely saves the day—by deterring would-be home intruders

Prince William County Police Department's crime log for Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018.

Roll up sleeves and power up computers - PW School Board to begin work on FY 2019 budget next week

The PWCS Capital Improvements Program (CIP) /Budget Planning Timeline for FY 2019 is now online.

Your Christmas tree could have a second life as mulch or habitat development if you recycle it

Prince William County Solid Waste Division suggests residents recycle their Christmas or holiday trees by taking them to one of four locations across the county.

Ready to put those holiday tool gifts to use? When a permit is needed for home improvement projects

Homeowners who are looking to make improvements to their property are excited to consider designs, material and final project completion timelines. However, it is important to make certain all improvements are done to code. Below is what DIYers need to know.

B-r-r-r! It’s cold outside! PWC coordinates shelter services for people experiencing homelessness

A major component of Prince William County homeless services is sheltering. The county coordinates services at two shelters in the county, as well as a drop-in center, to serve various segments of the homeless population, which numbered 400 at the last count in 2016.

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