Reading can be rewarding in more ways than one through the Prince William Public Library’s “Prince William Reads” contest. The contest, which runs now through March 31, is open to people 18 and older.
People should resist any temptation they might feel to venture out onto frozen bodies of water in Prince William County; it never gets cold enough for long enough in this area for ice to get strong enough to support any kind of weight.
The Prince William Parks and Recreation Department will offer two “Cat and Dog First Aid and CPR” classes this spring to help people learn what to do in an emergency.
The Fiscal Year 2016 budget process starts in earnest this month. As part of that process, taxpayers will have several opportunities to let the Prince William Board of County Supervisors know how they want their money to be spent.
The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission OmniRide bus service will continue between Woodbridge and Tysons Corner.
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