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Brentsville to hold public safety joint town hall meeting

- Supervisor Jeanine Lawson and School Board member, Gil Trenum will be hosting the Brentsville District joint town hall meeting on public safety. The Prince William County Police Department will brief the residents on crime prevention and will also provide drug education for parents with “A View of What’s Appearing in our Neighborhoods and Schools.”

Animal shelter looking for fosters

- It’s coming up on the time of year when the Prince William County Animal Shelter will begin to see an influx of young animals, and the shelter needs help taking care of them, said Lt. Pauline Shatswell, of the Prince William Police Department’s Animal Control Bureau. To get the help, people at the shelter are looking to the public to provide foster care.

‘Shrek’ musical comes to Hylton

- Fairy tale characters comes to life in the Center for the Arts’ Pied Piper Theatre's upcoming production of “Shrek The Musical.” The cast is made up of 49 young actors including Pied Piper veterans Sarah Jane Scott as Fiona and Tyler Parowski as Shrek, along with the comedic talent of Tyler Williams in the role of Donkey.

‘Shrek’ musical comes to Hylton

- Fairy tale characters comes to life in the Center for the Arts’ Pied Piper Theatre's upcoming production of “Shrek The Musical.” The cast is made up of 49 young actors including Pied Piper veterans Sarah Jane Scott as Fiona and Tyler Parowski as Shrek, along with the comedic talent of Tyler Williams in the role of Donkey.

COLUMN:Call to Action:Drive a Vet needs senior drivers.

- Good morning Prince William! Join with Comcast and Leadership Prince William for a day of service on April 25 in several locations in Manassas Park. Please register at leadershipprincewilliam.org. Check-in is at 8 a.m. and things get under way from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and finish with a lunch celebration.

Dark Ages comedy comes to Candy Factory

- Everyone is invited to bring their laughter and imagination to the Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory when Rooftop Productions opens Michael Hollinger’s “Incorruptible” on May 1. A quirky “Dark Ages” comedy, “Incorruptible” is a reminder that desperate times call for desperate measures and the monks of the Priseaux Abbey can’t get much more desperate.

American Cancer Society Silhouettes of Spring

- On April 18, men and women from all over the region showed their stuff on the runway at a very special fashion show held at Heritage Hunt in Gainesville. Every participant was a cancer survivor and each of them displayed their personal beauty and – more importantly – awareness and hope for other survivors.

Osbourn ball teams settle in at Metz

- Osbourn High School baseball and softball teams still have home games but “home” is now the field at Metz Middle School across Wellington Road. That'll be the case for awhile as the high school teams wait for a new baseball facility of their own to be built. For now, they share space with Metz's teams.

Board Adopts Fiscal 2016 Budget and Real Estate Tax Rate

- The Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved a real estate tax rate of $1.122 per $100 of assessed value during its Tuesday night meeting. The average assessed home value in Prince William County currently stands at $331,768, which will generate an average, annual tax bill of $3,722.

Ramadan drops out, Murphy wins in Dumfries

- During the last week, the political season in Prince William County made its loudest noise of 2015. The biggest news is state Del. David Ramadan (R-87th) opted against running for re-election, saying in a press release that he needs to spend more time with his business though his campaign fundraising shows he was hemorrhaging money. However, several other stories also made the news, starting with the first election of 2015 inside the county.

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Brentsville to hold public safety joint town hall meeting

Supervisor Jeanine Lawson and School Board member, Gil Trenum will be hosting the Brentsville District joint town hall meeting on public safety.

The Prince William County Police Department will brief the residents on crime prevention and will also provide drug education for parents with “A View of What’s Appearing in our Neighborhoods and Schools.”

The meeting will be held at Patriot High School, 10504 Kettle Run Rd in Nokesville on April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
More Local News

Brentsville to hold public safety joint town hall meeting

Animal shelter looking for fosters

‘Shrek’ musical comes to Hylton

‘Shrek’ musical comes to Hylton

COLUMN:Call to Action:Drive a Vet needs senior drivers.

Dark Ages comedy comes to Candy Factory

American Cancer Society Silhouettes of Spring

Osbourn ball teams settle in at Metz

Board Adopts Fiscal 2016 Budget and Real Estate Tax Rate

Ramadan drops out, Murphy wins in Dumfries

O’Meara challenges Nohe on roadways

Transportation key issue for Nohe in election run-up

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