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Rollins Ford Regional Park Opens Oct. 7

Prince William Parks & Rec. to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Rollins Ford Regional Park.

What kind of gardener are you? Explore these 4 fall trends to find out

(BPT) - As summer winds down and cooler temperatures emerge, it’s time to embrace the vibrant colors and bountiful rewards of fall gardening. What better time to dig into your gardening …

Embrace the space with top tile trends for outdoor living

(BPT) - Homeowner demand for elevated outdoor spaces is on the rise across the country. Among the trends shaping outdoor designs, one material is emerging as a standout choice: tile.“The appeal …

Plants that can attract butterflies

Both pretty and key pollinators, butterflies are welcome guests in your garden. These native plants compiled by American Home Shield can attract them.

Caring for Fresh Flowers

(Family Features) The beauty of having a garden is buds continually blooming on one plant or another throughout most of the year. Consider these tips to help keep fresh flowers at their best for a week or more. 

Looking for summer activities? Try these 5 fun DIY projects with your family

(BPT) - When summer rolls around, it can be challenging to keep all of your family members busy doing fun activities together, getting everyone away from screens and learning new skills. Fortunately, …

11 Data Buildings Would Surround Linton Hall Neighborhood in Bristow
Amberleigh Station residents oppose the data center park that would surround them on Linton Hall Road in Bristow. 
NASA Scientist Warns Bristow-area Residents Will Hear New Data Centers
High-density data centers currently planned for the Bristow area would result in area residents hearing a disruptive 'hum' 24/7, said NASA scientist Dr. John Lyver and the HOA Roundtable of Prince William County.
Prince William Supervisors Propose Water Study on Effects of Future Land Use Proposals
A resolution calling for a study of the potential effects of planning initiatives on the Occoquan reservoir will be presented, August 2.
NPCA: Proposed Data Centers in Northern Virginia Threaten National Parks, Drinking Water
The National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) and CEA Engineers release analysis showing negative impacts data centers could have on waterways and national parks in Prince William County.
Fairfax Water Urges Prince William County to Request Study on How Development Would Impact Occoquan Reservoir, Drinking Water
Prince William County's plan for data centers and more industrial uses on previously rural land could harm the Occoquan Water Shed and thereby the region's drinking water. 
'Civil War' Documentarian Opposes PW Digital Gateway Near Manassas Battlefield
Documentarian Ken Burns urges Prince William Supervisors to protect landscape around Manassas National Battlefield.
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