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Iron Mountain begins construction of second data facility in Manassas area

Iron Mountain data center off Wellington Rd. near Manassas has begun construction of a second facility, after opening its first Prince William County site in 2017.

Wawa coming to Sudley Rd. where Don Pablo’s eatery was

FRONTIER Companies reports that it has broken ground on what will soon be a Wawa convenience store and gas station located at 10691 Davidson Place and Sudley Road in Manassas. The site was the former home of Don Pablo’s Mexican Kitchen restaurant.

Stonewall grad (2003) Brooke Obie to be named to list of most influential African Americans of year

Brooke Obie, a 2003 graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School (summa cum laude) in Manassas, will be honored on Nov. 21 by the New York news organization The Root as one of its annual list of the most influential African Americans of the year

Prince William, Manassas, Manassas Park join seven other localities in regional economic growth plan

Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park have teamed up with seven other Northern Virginia localities to form the Northern Virginia Economic Development Alliance (NOVA EDA).

Prince William Chamber to host Rep. Wexton Sept. 4

Prince William Chamber's Congressional Series will host Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 8-10 a.m.

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.

Air traffic surveillance systems co. to expand operations in Fairfax and add employees

Aireon LLC, a provider of air traffic surveillance systems around the globe, will expand its headquarters by nearly 150 percent in Fairfax County which will add 50+ new jobs over the next three years.

Patriot High School senior Zoree Jones is national winner in FBLA competition

Zoree Jones, a rising senior at Patriot High School, Nokesville, received first place in the nation for public speaking at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Competition.

Volvo Trucks to expand facilities and add 777 new jobs in New River Valley

Governor Ralph Northam has announced that the Volvo Group will invest nearly $400 million and create 777 new jobs to expand its Volvo Trucks North America New River Valley (NRV) assembly operation in Pulaski County. Northam said the announcement represents one of the largest capital investments in the history of Southwestern Virginia.

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