Governor Northam Announces 2018–2019 Governor’s High School Voter Registration Challenge

Virginia high schools will have the opportunity to compete to register the highest percentage of their voting-age population   RICHMOND—Governor Northam today announced the 2018–2019 Governor’s High School Voter Registration Challenge. The Office of the Governor and the Virginia Secretary of Administration, in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Elections, Inspire U.S., and the League of Women …

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Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition to Honor DMV’s Clean Transportation Trailblazers at 25th Anniversary Awards Luncheon

Washington, DC, September 24, 2018 –Ten Clean Transportation trailblazers including elected officials, policy advocates and fleet leaders will be honored tomorrow, Tuesday, September 25th, for their advancements in the utilization of electric vehicles ​and infrastructure, natural gas, propane and biofuels at the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition’s 25th Anniversary Awards Luncheon, at Clyde’s of …

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Commuter ferry finally getting somewhere: PRTC, local leaders prepare pilot program | Prince William |

A decades-long effort to get Woodbridge commuters to Washington, D.C., by ferry has turned an important corner with local transit officials signing on. Advocates are pushing forward with plans to carry a few hundred government employees to work within the next few years. The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission has offered to administer a $4.2 …

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Lessons In Leadership: How a tattooed, skateboarding principal flipped the script in Northern Virginia | Education Dive

Hamish Brewer’s unconventional leadership approach is grounded in authenticity and a relentless passion for pushing his students to succeed against all odds Hamish Brewer’s long path to becoming the tattooed, skateboarding principal of Fred Lynn Middle School in Woodbridge, Va., is continually characterized by relentless passion in the face of adversity. Growing up in New …

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Woodbridge Oral History Program Launches This Week

​Gathering oral histories can provide useful, interesting and insightful information on people and places. The Woodbridge Civic Association, working with George Mason University and the Prince William County Library System’s RELIC Program, is embarking on a six-month effort to record the oral histories of Woodbridge residents. Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank J. Principi said that the …

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