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U.S. Park Police seek information about road rage incidents involving a handgun

USPP seek information on road rage incidents on May 20, 2022 between 1-5 p.m. on Baltimore-Washington Parkway involving a four door black Ford Fusion sedan and a male passenger reportedly armed with a handgun.

PWC Police Report for Monday, May 23, 2022: Inmate found deceased at Adult Detention Center

Police report incidents and arrests including man, 84, charged with indecent exposure and assault and battery at massage parlor.

PW Conservation Alliance sponsoring Town Meeting June 2

Prince William Conservation Alliance is sponsoring a town meeting on data centers on Thursday, June 2, at 7 p.m. at Jenkins Elementary School

Dumfries home declared unsafe for occupancy following a May 18 fire

The Prince William County Building Official declared a two-story home in Dumfries unsafe for occupancy following a fire May 18.

Part of Vint Hill Rd. in Greenwich area to be closed Friday night, May 20, for roadwork, VDOT says

Vint Hill Road (Route 215) in the Greenwich area of Nokesville, between Greenwich Road (Route 603) and Burwell Road (Route 604) in the area of Greenwich Presbyterian Church in Nokesville will be closed, weather permitting, at 9 p.m. May 20.

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.

Police ask for public’s help with fatal accident at Opitz & Telegraph

On Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 1:16PM, investigators with Prince William County Police Department's Crash Investigation Unit responded to the area of Opitz Blvd and Telegraph Rd in Woodridge (22192) to investigate a crash.

PWC Police Report for Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Prince William County Police report recent incidents and arrests.

Expansion of Life Sciences in Prince William County to create up to 70 new jobs

Gov. Glenn Youngkin today, May 17, announced that Virongy Biosciences Inc., a developer of viral diagnostic technologies, anti-viral drugs, and therapeutic viral vectors, some of which are aimed at COVID, will invest $471,000 to expand in Prince William County.

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