Woodbridge, VA — May 1, 2020 — What’s Up Prince William (WUPW) has earned awards from the Virginia Press Association (VPA).
This year, we won four recognitions, including two video awards.
“The Prince William County area is home to many non-profits, businesses and residents who are doing good things,” WUPW Editor Erin Flynn said. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our community by offering free coverage for non-profits and highlighting these organizations and individuals.”
Below are the articles and videos that the VPA recognized this year.
General News Writing
- Third place:Amazon discusses HQ2, job opportunities
- Third place:A journey begins: Dumfries’ role as a sea port
- Second place:Dixie Bones brings a piece of the south to Northern Virginia
- Third place: Neabsco Creek Boardwalk opens to the public
What’s Up Prince William is funded by Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire and HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire in Woodbridge, Virginia. The shop owners are very community oriented, assisting with various organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club, The Arc of Greater Prince William, and scouting.