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Saving Our Waterways

Youth from Trinity Episcopal Church in Manassas got into the spirit of volunteering Fifteen youth started...

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On A Steady Path To Home Ownership, 9704 Bragg Lane, Manassas

Some things are worth more effort and time and home ownership is one of them according to our newest...

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It Takes A Village

More than fifty people attended the “Make Georgetown Village Beautiful Day” in the Georgetown...

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Weatherization Work And More Needed In Woodbridge

Old drafty windows, cracked sidewalks, poor insulation and damage from a leaking water heater are issues...

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Long-Time Manassas Resident Needs Help With Home Repairs

Ronald Vance spent the first five years of his life living in his grandmother’s house just across the...

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Hard-Working Family Needs Critical Home Repairs

When Cecily was in her twenties, she immigrated to the United States from Nicaragua with her teenage sister,...

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Giving A “Hand Up” To One Who Is Used To Helping Others

Truly a native to the area, Geraldine Hogan was born in Waterfall, Virginia and raised in Haymarket....

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Sometimes It Takes An Army!

The U.S. Army, that is! Thanks to these Army volunteers who worked on Saturday, 12/13/14, to clear invasive Kudzu,...

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Army Veteran and Retiree Needs Assistance with Condo    

Chicago native, Jack Cochran, was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1969. Stationed in Virginia, he was active...

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Woodbridge Resident Impacted By A Difficult Economy

The oldest daughter of four girls, Karen Greene traveled the world while her father served in the Air...

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