Expo Aims to Help People with Housing in Northern Virginia

The 2017 Northern Virginia Housing Expo will be held this year on Saturday, March 18, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Dominion High School at 21326 Augusta Drive in Sterling in Loudoun County. The expo, which rotates location in the Northern Virginia area every year, is aimed at helping people with the challenges of …

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Dozens of Volunteers Collect All Sorts of Items from Local Creeks

Prince William County recently held stream clean ups at Neabsco and Powell’s Creeks where a total of 52 volunteers collected 182 large garbage bags of mostly plastic and glass bottles and plastic shopping bags. The volunteers also pulled out dozens of car tires, bicycle wheels, five-gallon paint cans, assorted plastic toys, such as a hobby …

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PWC Parks & Recreation – Children’s Sports

The PWC Parks & Recreation staff is acutely aware of the skyrocketing national statistics on obesity. Adult obesity has doubled since the 1970’s, with the prevalence of childhood and adolescent obesity percentages at double to quadruple percentages during the same time frame. One contributing factor, according to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, may be …

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Free Resource Can Help People Meet Savings Goals

Saving money isn’t always easy, but the Prince William Saves – America Saves website can help people set goals, make plans and meet their savings goals to take control of their future. Prince William Saves is run by the Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) and is the local arm of the America Saves program. Patricia Contrades, …

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Learn How to Grow a Sustainable Garden

Experts from the Virginia Cooperative Extension, or VCE, will be at Central Regional Library on March 18 and 25 to teach people how to make organic vegetable gardens grow. Nancy Berlin, the Prince William County Natural Resources Specialist with VCE, said the two classes in the Sustainable Garden series will walk people through the organic …

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