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Manassas police report second arrest in “Operation Broken Heart”

Manassas City Police made another arrest as part of “Operation Broken Heart”, a collaborative effort that involves local, state, and federal authorities targeting sexual predators and traffickers during April and May of 2015.

Prince William County high school named for State Sen. Charles Colgan

Prince William County School Board named the county's 12th high school for State Senator Charles J. Colgan, Sr. at its meeting on May 20. Senator Colgan was lauded by Board members for his dedication to public service, for his statesmanship, and advocacy for public education.

Prince William high schools remember local graduates who gave their lives for freedom

High schools in Prince William County VA observed a moment of silence on Friday, May 22 to honor through remembrance the men and women of our armed forces who have given their lives in the defense of the freedoms enjoyed by all who live in the United States.

Health Dept. needs early morning volunteers on June 4 to test emergency preparedness

Volunteers are needed to test how fast life-saving medication can be distributed to the public. In the event of an emergency everyone in an affected area would pick up medicines at designated points of dispensing (PODs), such as Potomac Mills Costco in Woodbridge where the test will be held.

Pedestrian fatality on US 1 in Woodbridge VA early May 22

On May 22nd at 4:15AM, investigators from the Crash Investigation Unit responded to the area of Jefferson Davis Hwy and the Prince William Pkwy in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a vehicle crash involving a pedestrian.

Farmers must file Conservation Certificates by June 1 to get crop insurance support

"USDA is making every effort possible to get the word out about this new Farm Bill provision," said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.

Veterinarians in PWC who serve “food animals” can get USDA help in repaying vet school loans

The loan award program is designed to give assistance to veterinarians so they can fill shortages, help improve the health of livestock and ensure a safe food supply.

Actions of Herring and other AGs stop transfer of Radio Shack’s customer ID info to new owner

Under the terms of the settlement agreement reached after mediation, the overwhelming bulk of RadioShack's consumer data will be destroyed, and no credit or debit card account numbers, social security numbers, dates of birth or even phone numbers will be transferred. The bankruptcy court approved the settlement on Wednesday.

Prince William County Police Beat 5/19/15

Prince William County VA Police Department's crime report for Tuesday, May 19, 2015.
Today's Obituaries

Passing of Jonah “Bolognah” Robert Diaz, 6, of Bristow, avid reader and chef

A Celebration of Life for Jonah "Bolognah" Robert Diaz, 6, of Bristow, who died May 16, 2015, will be held on May 30th starting at 11:30 a.m. at Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club at 6901 Arthur Hills Drive, Gainesville, VA 20155.

Nancy Pittman, RN, designed Air Force Wives crest, White House volunteer, started NSO Teddy Bear Tea

A Memorial Service was held to celebrate the life of Nancy Pittman at Greenwich Presbyterian Church, today, May 13, 2015 at 10 a.m. The church is located at 15305 Vint Hill Road, Nokesville, VA 20181. A reception followed in the social hall. Mrs. Pittman died on Friday, May 9, 2015 at Heathcote Hospital in Haymarket, VA.

Passing of Kathleen Metz Cress, 74, of Warrenton, pastor’s wife, medical assistant, mother of one

A funeral service was held at Moser Funeral Home in Warrenton May 5, 2015 for Kathleen Metz Cress who died in Haymarket April 30. Her husband, Rev. Lonnie P. Cress was pastor of Bull Run Assembly of God for 28 years. As the pastor’s wife, she was very involved in the ministries of the church.
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