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Prince William County Service Authority | Raw sewage spilled into the Occoquan River on Friday.

The Virginian-Pilot | The oldest operating theatre chain in Woodbridge, AMC 18 Theatres at Potomac Mills, says it will close for up to 12 weeks.

Fauquier Now | Hospital workers in Fauquier County are infected with the coronavirus.

Fredericksburg.com | The Fredericksburg School Board will hold an online meeting.

The Washington Post (Paywall) | Residents in all three jurisdictions in the Washington, D.C. region — Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. — are all under stay-at-home orders. So why is there still so much traffic on the roads?

Prince William County Government | Here’s a list of restaurants in the county that are providing curbside takeout.

Stafford County Government | Stafford has closed some parks in the wake of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s stay-at-home order.

Prince William County Government | There are changes to the schedules at the county landfill and a recycling center.

Stafford County Government | Four jurisdictions in the Rappahannock region say they’re now working together to combat coronavirus.

Prince William County Public Schools | The county school division will continue to pass out free meals during the pandemic.

Manassas Park City Schools | School officials have compiled newsletters for the city’s four schools in an effort to update parents, students, and residents.

Manassas City Schools | Kindergarten registration has begun in the city.

George Mason University | The university is developing a new master plan for the college and they want your input.

The 4th Estate | For the first time, George Mason University will hold its student government election entirely online.

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