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After 70 Years, Soldier Comes Home to Final Resting Place
U.S. Army Pfc. Richard N. Bean, of Manassas, was one of 3,426 Americans killed when the United States fought Japan in the Battle of Saipan that raged between June 15 and July 9, 1944. He’s finally coming home. Read More
Prince William Board of County Supervisors approves parks projects
​The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently voted to make a number of improvements at several parks across the county.  Read More
Prince William Restructures Management and Oversight of Human Services
At the Sept. 23 meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS), the BOCS passed a resolution designating the Board of Social Services as an Advisory Board to the BOCS rather than an Administrative Board.  Read More
Covington Appointed to Judgeship, Resigns from Board
​Supervisor W.S. “Wally” Covington, Brentsville District, submitted his letter of resignation from the Prince William Board of County Supervisors on Friday, Sept. 19 in order to accept an appointment by the General Assembly as a Judge. Read More
Boy Scouts Help County Begin Work on Preserving Integrity of Cemetery
Boy Scouts and scout leaders got to work recently at the Prince William County Coles District Fire and Rescue Station to prepare a cemetery there for work that needs to be done before construction of the new fire station can proceed.  Read More
Taste of the Potomac & Other Upcoming Events at Historic Properties
Live bands will bring their acts and restaurants will bring their fare to Rippon Lodge for the “Taste of the Potomac.” There are also two farm tours, an antiques appraisal fair and historic Sunday at Brentsville Union Church happening soon. Read More

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