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Second left turn lane opens–easing traffic backup at VA 234 and Hoadly Road

​Drivers on Route 234 should start to see traffic improvements around Hoadly Road. The Prince William County Department of Transportation recently completed a project that added an additional left-turn lane from Route 234 onto Hoadly Road.

Motorcycle driver succumbs to injuries; accident at Liberia and Ivy Glen Ct., Manassas Police report

Manassas City Police Department's incident report for Wednesday, June 13, 2018.

Students may get degrees by transfer of credits from four-year colleges to community colleges

“This bipartisan bill will make it easier for people to receive degrees that they’ve already paid for, worked towards, and earned,” said Sen. Mark Warner. “This bill will give schools one more tool to prepare degree seekers for the workforce – equipping them with credentials that would have otherwise been left on the table."

Everyone invited to annual International Cultural Festival in Woodbridge June 21

Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association and Prince William County Supervisor Frank J. Principi announced June 14 that the 3rd Annual International Cultural Festival will be held at 7 p.m., on Thursday, June 21, at the Dr. AJ Ferlazzo Government Center Atrium in Woodbridge. The event is free and open to the public.

Conversation with PWC Police Chief Barry Barnard June 27 at Lake Jackson fire station

In his continuing series of meetings/talks in various Prince William County communities, Chief Barry Barnard of the Prince William County Police Department will host a “Conversation with the Chief” on Wednesday, June 27, at the Lake Jackson Volunteer Fire Department located at 11310 Coles Road in Manassas beginning at 7 p.m. Get crime prevention tips and learn about employment opportunities too.

Prince William Conservation Alliance named ‘One of the Best’ Nonprofits by philanthropy group

The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington has selected Prince William Conservation Alliance to be part of its 2018-19 class of best local nonprofits in the region. Executive director Kim Hosen says the accolade is due to community support for PWCA programs.

Discovery Inc. to expand in Loudoun–investing $16 million, creating 240 new jobs, Gov. Northam says

Governor Ralph Northam announced June 14 that Discovery, Inc., an American media company and a worldwide leader in real life entertainment, intends to invest $16 million to expand its global technology and operations hub in Loudoun County. Virginia successfully competed against Maryland and New York for the project, which will create 240 new jobs.

Be bear aware! Bear already seen in eastern Prince William

In late spring and early summer bears are hungry and on the move in search of food. This primal need can cause them to conflict with homeowners and residents using parks and other unimproved areas. There has already been a sighting in eastern Prince William County.

Maryland man charged with malicious wounding after fight at Manassas motel

Prince William County Police Department's arrest log for Wednesday, June 13, 2018.
Today's Obituaries

Mary Sandra Moller, high school English teacher for 38 years

A funeral service for Mary Sandra Moller, high school English teacher in Prince William County Public Schools for 38 years, will be held on Tuesday, June 12, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Lake Ridge on Tuesday, June 12, at 10:30 a.m. The family will receive visitors from 6-8 p.m., on Monday June 11, at Miller Funeral Home in Woodbridge. Burial will be in the family plot in Youngstown, Ohio.

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John Cartwright, former city manager of Manassas, dies in Michigan

When John Cartwright arrived in Manassas in 1986, it was the fastest growing city in the commonwealth. In 1999, after managing cities for more than 40 years in five states, Cartwright and his wife C.J. retired back to Traverse City, Michigan to their dream house on Long Lake.
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