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State brings county good budget news: Cuts smaller than thought For schools especially, 'a much better picture' (Post, March 21, 2010)
Proposed museum cuts draw fire: Residents object to budget targeting 'the main thing Manassas has to offer, its history' (Post, March 11, 2010)
Park with soccer fields kicks up controversy: Plan for Rollins Ford divides neighbors in western Prince William (Post, March 7, 2010)
Cuts permeate Manassas budget plan: 'We're at a point where things people are used to seeing, they won't be seeing anymore' (Post, February 28, 2010)
County executive offers budget full of cuts: Proposals include reducing staff, closing libraries and halting road and park projects (Post, February 18, 2010)
County puts brakes on building: Board approves delay of permits in western end until new schools open (Post, February 7, 2010)
After national search, board elevates deputy to county executive (Post, February 4, 2010)
Prince William officials name new county executive (Post, February 2, 2010; 4:07 PM)
Ambulance fee moves closer to reality: County supervisors endorse recommendations, also vote to reinstate senior center busing (Post, January 21, 2010)
'This will be Pr. William's decade': After a year of cuts and scandal, county chairman sounds optimistic note (Post, January 14, 2010)
PRTC might raise fares to balance budget: No new services but no cuts, either 10% hike could help offset shortfalls from state, localities (Post, January 10, 2010)
County supervisors aim for modest tax bill increase: Guidance would force $21 million in general fund cuts, add pressure to schools (Post, December 20, 2009)
3 Manassas council members to seek reelection, 2 as a team (Post, December 17, 2009)
Pr. William County preserves budget for social services: Officials mindful of case involving girl found in creek (Post, December 9, 2009)
Envisioning a path that connects nature and history: Officials seek to knit together the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail on the county's eastern end, but many steps remain (Post, December 3, 2009)
Seniors ask county to 'bring back buses': Criticism for transit change Supervisors warn of 'another tough budget' (Post, November 29, 2009)
Manassas sets course for cuts: Budget map approved Average residential tax bill would fall 4.1% (Post, November 22, 2009)
Ambulance Fee Issue Resurfaces: Supervisors Also to Take Up Proposed Animal Board, Ferry (Post, September 13, 2009)
20 Cameras To Monitor Garage in Manassas: Parking Structure First In VRE to Get System (Post, August 27, 2009)
Possibility Of Metro 'Is Real Now' For County: Lawmakers Push Transit Extension (Post, August 23, 2009)
Manassas Reinstates Some Funds for Summer School: K-8 Students Eligible for 2-Week Program (Post, June 14, 2009)
The Road to Revitalization: Manassas Merchants Hope a New Battle Street Breathes Life Into Old Town (Post, June 7, 2009)
Transportation, Schools On Candidates' Minds: Primary for 52nd House Seat Is Tuesday (Post, June 4, 2009)
VRE Hopes to Expand Service From Manassas (Post, May 10, 2009)
Supervisors Seek More Dialogue With Schools: Clash Over Long-Term Budget Prompts Proposal to Create Joint Committee Between County Boards (Post, May 3, 2009)

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