Summer Reading Program Offers Opportunities and Prizes for all Ages

Prince William County libraries are gearing up to start stamping passports and punching cards as people participate in the “Explore – Summer Reading 2017 – Journey through Books” program. Registration for the program begins on June 19 and is free. The program, which runs from June 19 through August 19, aims to get people of …

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Prince William County is Getting a Boardwalk

Prince William County is getting a boardwalk. The Board of County Supervisors recently awarded a $3.8-million contract to J.D. James Inc. to build the new boardwalk over Neabsco Creek to connect Rippon Landing Community Park to the Julie A. Metz Wetlands Preserve. The ¾ – mile long, 10-foot-wide, elevated boardwalk will become part of the …

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Potomac Nationals one step closer to a new stadium in Prince William County – The Washington Post

…Prince William’s board of county supervisors decided against a referendum that would’ve allowed voters to decide whether to use $35 million in bond money to help build a new stadium for the P-Nats. The board was split 4-4, so the measure failed… …Team owner Art Silber said he faced a deadline from Minor League Baseball …

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Community Comes Together to Learn About Opioid Epidemic

There’s a nationwide opioid epidemic that’s killing people, and Prince William County is not immune to the problem. The opioid epidemic and how it’s impacting the county was recently discussed at a community event at Forest Park High School entitled “Opioid Epidemic: Let’s Talk About It!” According to 1st Sgt. Kenneth Hulsey with the county’s …

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Mosque permit approved after 9-hour public hearing in Prince William County | Nokesville |

The All Dulles Area Muslim Society now has the permit it needs to move ahead with plans to build a new mosque in Nokesville, following roughly three years of debate and stiff opposition from people living near the proposed building. The Prince William  Board of County Supervisors voted unanimously in the early morning hours of …

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