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MEASLES ALERT:  State health officials investigating potential measles exposures in No. Virginia

Health districts in northern Virginia are informing people who were at various locations listed in the following news release during the specified time frames, that they may have been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with measles.

Volunteers needed April 6 at Park Day at Bristoe Station Battlefield

Volunteers are needed beginning at 8 a.m. at Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park in Bristow on Saturday, April 6, to pick up litter, construct and maintain trails and restore fences during Park Day.

Free VIN etching to help prevent vehicle theft April 6 in Manassas

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Etching is one of the most effective means available to deter auto theft. Etching is a fast, safe and simple process of having a vehicle’s VIN engraved onto windows using a chemical solution. Manassas City Police Department will host its second Free VIN Etching event on Saturday, April 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Walmart parking lot at 9401 Liberia Ave.

Breastfeeding rooms open in Manassas, Manassas Park, Prince William County

Free career fair for military members and spouses in Washington, DC on April 2

Manassas city manager resigns

Manassas city manager John A. Budesky notified City Council March 18 that for the sake of his family, he would need to relocate to the Hanover, VA area to take part in the health care of an ailing family member. Budesky announced today that he will take a position in the Richmond area.

PWC Committee of 100 to host panel on effects of sequester

On March 26 at Four Points by Sheraton in Manassas, The Prince William Committee of 100 will host a program to discuss the Federal Budget Sequester and the effects on Northern Virginia.

PWC Compost Awareness Day event May 4 on Balls Ford Road

Get tips and techniques on composting from WTOP’s “Garden Guru” Mike McGrath, local Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners and Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District at Prince William County Compost Awareness Day event on Saturday, May 4.

Apply now for Merrimac Farm master naturalist program starting May 23

Learn how to monitor bluebirds, investigate vernal pools, facilitate camera trapping for the Smithsonian, monitor stream health, and more through the Master Naturalist training at Merrimac Farm that starts May 23.

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