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$5.6M in pay raises begin for Prince William County staff

The first round of sweeping pay increases for more than 1,700 Prince William County employees will be reflected on Jan. 31 paychecks.  Read more

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VDOT's I-95 plan eyes up to $1.7B in road improvements, including new shoulder lanes

The Virginia Department of Transportation is recommending nearly $1.7 billion in road improvements and up to $444 million in other projects… Read more

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New Prince William animal shelter opening delayed until fall 2021

The opening date for the new Prince William County Animal Shelter has been delayed until fall 2021. Read more

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Voices of Service bringing message back to national stage

Voices of Service, an a cappella group – with three of its four members from Woodbridge – is back in the spotlight after finishing fifth ov… Read more

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Occoquan Inn to get new life as D'Rocco's

After about 50 years — and various owners — the Occoquan Inn is gone. Read more

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With Micron and Amazon under construction, leaders turn focus to the workforce

For the Prince William region’s economic leaders, major business projects under construction are giving the area an increasing focus on STE… Read more

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Manasssas bookstore building eyed for landmark status

The 108-year old Hibbs & Giddings building in Old Town Manassas is finally getting its due. Read more

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Honoring Martin Luther King Jr., 30th annual oratorical contest gives students a voice

Slavery was not abolished, it was redesigned. Read more

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Fairfax rescue taking in abandoned mama dog found pulling cart of puppies

A mother dog found tied to a crate with her four puppies in Georgia is arriving in Northern Virginia today with her little family to start … Read more

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'American Ninja Warrior' coming to Washington in April

“American Ninja Warrior” will be looking for its next top ninja with preliminary rounds in Washington, D.C. Read more

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Washington-Lee alumni file suit against school board over name change

Years after local governments around Virginia were confronted with the question of whether to change names or replace statues representing the state’s Confederate history, a local alumni group is filing suit in federal court over their high school’s name change. Read more

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Suspicious death in Ballston area ruled a homicide

Arlington police say a suspicious death in the Ballston area over the weekend has been ruled a homicide following an autopsy by the Office … Read more

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