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Del. Lee Carter Wins Democratic Primary for Va 50th District

Del. Lee Carter Wins Democratic Primary for Va 50th District

| June 11, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

Virginia’s 50th District Delegate incumbent, Lee Carter, won the Democratic nomination on June 11 against Manassas council member Mark. D. Wolfe.

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Brentsville District School Board Member Presents Alternative 13th HS Boundary Plans

Brentsville District School Board Member Presents Alternative 13th HS Boundary Plans

| June 7, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

The Brentsville School Board member’s two alternative 13th High School boundary plans consider redistricting a few Osbourn Park High School and Brentsville District High School communities.

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Patriot HS Class of 2019 Leaves Legacy of School Spirit

Patriot HS Class of 2019 Leaves Legacy of School Spirit

The gift, an approximately 8 foot stone monument, is engraved with the Patriot “P,” the words “LEADERSHIP, INTEGRITY, CHARACTER, PRIDE,” “Class of 2019” and the phrase“WE ARE ONE.”

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Prince William County to Grant Tough Mudder $35K from Tax Revenue

Prince William County to Grant Tough Mudder $35K from Tax Revenue

| May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments | Bristow Biz, News

Prince William County plans to pay Tough Mudder an estimated $35,000 or all of the additional Tourism Occupancy Tax money generated by participants as part of the agreement to host Virginia 2019 Tough Mudder at Silver Lake Park in Haymarket on June 1, 2.

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Public Questions Use of Silver Lake Park for Virginia Tough Mudder

Public Questions Use of Silver Lake Park for Virginia Tough Mudder

| May 28, 2019 | 1 Comment | Community, News

Many Prince William residents have recently voiced their concerns about the county’s decision to hold Tough Mudder Virginia 2019 at Silver Lake Park in Haymarket on June 1 and 2, and the effects it may have on the quiet county park.

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Nokesville Day 2019 Sees Large Turnout

Nokesville Day 2019 Sees Large Turnout

Nokesville Day 2019 had a large turnout due to beautiful – though hot – weather, and various fun activities for the whole family!

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The Next Steps’ IN³, princewilliam.tv Highlight Local Businesses via Live Video

The Next Steps’ IN³, princewilliam.tv Highlight Local Businesses via Live Video

| May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments | Bristow Biz

IN³, a special event of The Next Steps, LLC offered Prince William small business owners the opportunity to appear on a ‘QVC’ style program on the web-based princewilliam.tv, April 27.

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PWCS Releases ‘What-If’ Scenarios for 13th HS Boundaries

PWCS Releases ‘What-If’ Scenarios for 13th HS Boundaries

| May 9, 2019 | 0 Comments | Education

Prince William County Schools released three “What-If Analyses” zoning scenarios for the 13th High School, including one that balances demographics.

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8th Annual Officer Down Memorial Ride Raises Money to Commemorate Fallen Officers

8th Annual Officer Down Memorial Ride Raises Money to Commemorate Fallen Officers

| May 8, 2019 | 0 Comments | Community

Hundreds of Motorcyclists, police, military, Northern Virginia residents and their families gathered for the 8th Annual Officer Down Memorial Ride, Saturday, April 27, at the QBE building grounds in Haymarket.

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John Gray Beats Nohe to Become Republican Nominee for PWC Chairman

John Gray Beats Nohe to Become Republican Nominee for PWC Chairman

| May 4, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

It was a surprise victory for John Gray in the Prince William County Republican Firehouse Primary, making him the Republican’s candidate for Chairman At-Large of Prince William County’s Board of Supervisors.

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