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  • Prince William Co. Police participate in Operation Dry Water

    PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA – Independence Day is just around the corner, people are preparing for cookouts and of course fireworks! Prince William County Police would like to remind residents to celebrate responsibly. To help raise awareness among the County’s boaters, Prince William County Police are participating in Operation Dry Water. Operation Dry Water (ODW) is a year-round, boating-under-the-influence, awareness and enforcement campaign. Its mission is to reduce the number of alcohol- and drug-related accidents and fatalities. With an increased amount of recreational boater awareness and fostering a stronger and […]

  • Lyft launches amp device in D.C. area

    WASHINGTON, D. C. — Lyft, the fastest-growing on-demand transportation service in the U.S., announced that passengers will begin seeing the Lyft Amp in Lyft rides across the Mid-Atlantic region. Amp is a pill-shaped device that sits on the dashboard and makes the rideshare experience safer and more personalized. Amp provides ambient lighting visible in vehicle windshields, while the back of the device features a display that shares messages to passengers and drivers. Amp changes color to match what’s displayed in the […]

  • Montgomery Co. set to increase minimum wage July 1

    MONTGOMERY, CO — Montgomery County, will be increasing the minimum wage effective July 1. The size of the increase will be determined by the number of employees a specific business may have. The new law states that County businesses with 51 or more employees must pay workers $12.25 per hour. Employers with 50 or less workers will be required to pay employees $12 hourly. Effective date  Large employer  Mid-sized employer  Small employer  July 1, 2018 $12.25 $12 $12 July 1, […]