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Catholics for Housing to purchase East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas

Manassas City Council voted unanimously Oct. 16 to enable Catholics for Housing (CFH), a Northern Virginia nonprofit group, to purchase the East End mobile-home park for $1.4 million as long as certain requirements are met, including resolving the significant water, sewer and management issues that have plagued residents for years, according to a news release from the Diocese of Arlington.

Martin-Brower plans Manassas facility, creates jobs

Food distributor Martin-Brower to expand in Prince William, creating Manassas facility

PWC Police Beat 5/10/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report May 10, 2011.

Farmers markets now open or opening soon

Bull Run photoFarmers markets are open now, and others are opening soon, to provide locals with homegrown tomatoes, berries, corn and other produce. Some markets even have local vendors who sell their crafts and wares. Read all the details about local farmers' markets in the May 13 Manassas Observer. And, check out the list of area markets and when they're open.

PWC Police Beat 5/9/11

Prince William County Police Department's May 9 Crime Report

May 4 fire on Old Carolina Road

No one hurt in a May 4 fire on Old Carolina Road in Gainesville

Gainesville library fundraiser builds on success

Bull Run photoA fundraiser at Battlefield High School was held May 7 to raise funds for a new Gainesville library. Thousands of Legos were available for those who wanted to build something cool. Many youngsters came out to enjoy the day. They could bounce in the moonbounce, check out the many vendors, buy some used books or bid on more than 70 silent-auction items.

Darwin is counselor of the year

Shala Darwin, an elementary school counselor who loves her work with children, has been chosen "Counselor of the Year" by the Prince William Regional Counselors Association.

Manassas school chief tops in region

Virginia Association of School Superintendents names Dr. Gail Pope Bull Run photoof Manassas City Schools as top superintendent among 20 counties and cities in Region IV.
Today's Obituaries

Passing of Mako, retired K9 unit with Manassas City Police Department

Manassas City Police Department regrets to announce the death of retired K9 Mako, a five-year veteran of the Manassas City Police K9 Unit. Mako worked a quality career, certified in patrol tactics and narcotics detection, before retiring in May 2013.

Michael Street, retired custodian from Stonewall High School

Michael “Tom” Street passed away on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. The viewing will be from 1-2 p.m. and the funeral will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 2 at the Bradley Funeral Home, 187 East Main Street, Luray, VA 22835. For further information contact Bradley Funeral Home at 540-743-5747.

LTC Theodore John Mandro III, one of US Army’s lead authorities on space-based intelligence

LTC Theodore John Mandro III of Woodbridge died Sept. 7, 2017. The viewing will be Sept. 22, 2017 at the Miller Funeral Home, 3200 Golansky Blvd, Woodbridge, VA 22192. Funeral services will be Sept. 23, 2017, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Lake Ridge.
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