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Manassas company receives small business award

The U.S. Small Business Administration Richmond District Office will be recognizing small business owners at the “Heart of a Champion” small business awards luncheon on June 13 at the Richmond Omni. Marcos Silva, owner of M&F Concrete in Manassas, has been selected to receive the contractor of the year award.

Rollins Ford Park hearing is June 3

A public hearing regarding utility easements at Rollins Ford Park is set for June 3, not May 20 as originally published. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has planned a public hearing for June 3 to consider the Contract of Sale to Convey Utility Easement – Rollins Ford Park. The 'Times' erroneously published a public hearing notice stating the meeting would be May 20. The meeting will actually be held on June 3. The public notices and advertising for the public hearing have been changed and the supporting documents will be made available to the public for the June 3 meeting. The “Times” regrets the error.

Battle of the Brews is May 6

TML Copiers in Manassas will host a Battle of the Brews from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 6. The event will take place at TML headquarters, 9385 Innovation Drive. The contest features Old Busthead Brew and Heritage Brewing beers, along with BBQ and bluegrass music.

County sets tax rate, adopts budget

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors adopted the budget and tax rate for the coming year on April 29. In adopting the budget the board agreed to a tax rate of $1.148 per $100 of assessed value. The new tax rate means that next year, the average real estate tax bill will be $3,788. That's a little more than the estimate for the current year: $3,601. The headline projects in the $990 million budget are two new libraries in Gainesville and Montclair. The libraries had been approved by voters in the 2006 bond referendum and architectural plans had been unveiled last year with an opening date in September 2015.

Battlefield Ford wins President’s Award…again

For the 11th. consecutive year ,Battlefield Ford has earned the Ford Motor Company President's Award

UPDATE: Poll shows majority oppose Va. Medicaid expansion

New poll shows that majority of Virginians against McAuliffe's plan to expand Medicaid.

Gnarly Hops and Brew Fest this Saturday

Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. hosts second annual Gnarly Hops and Brew Fest.

Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market opens for new season

With more than 30 vendors, the Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market will open this Saturday, April 26, from 7:30 a.m. to noon.

US of Aging: Planners who plan, fixes that fix

Columnist Laurie MacNaughton shares her insight on financial planning for the future.

Bobcat boys lax lead doesn’t hold in 9-7 loss to Lake Braddock

After winning three consecutive Northwest Region titles and making it all the way to the Group AAA state championship game last season, Battlefield is finally having what many opponents surely would consider an overdue moment of reckoning. Battlefield exited spring break at 2-4 on the season following a 9-7 loss last Wednesday against Lake Braddock in a game moved to the Bruins' artificial turf after rain soaked the Bobcats' grass field in Haymarket.

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