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Rescheduled dedication Dec. 12 for Pen Fed Home at Bull Run Warrior Retreat in Haymarket

James Schenck, President and CEO, PenFed Credit Union and CEO, PenFed Foundation, was quoted in a news release as saying, “The fight does not end on the battlefield for our wounded warriors. When they come home, far too many of our wounded warriors spend months, sometimes even years, undergoing surgeries and long hospital stays. The Warrior Retreat gives them a break from hospitals and a chance to fully recover.

Three juveniles charged in potential threats of violence at Battlefield and Hylton High Schools

According to PWC police department reports, the investigation revealed that two students made statements of potential violence towards Battlefield High School on Instagram on Oct. 25 and 26. An individual in California saw the posting on social media and reported the threat to the FBI on Nov. 2.

Screening mammograms and 3D mammograms at Ladies Nights Out on Oct. 18 & Oct. 25

Women can receive annual mammogram screenings, learn about breast health and enjoy relaxation activities and shopping from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Ladies Nights Out on Thursday, Oct. 18, at Prince William Medical Center and Thursday, Oct. 25, at Haymarket Medical Center. No physician order is required for women 40 years of age and older and no prior breast health issues, and most insurance is accepted.

Major transit changes proposed for Haymarket, Manassas and Manassas Park

OmniRide will host public hearings in October on proposals that will have a major impact on mobility services particularly in Haymarket, Manassas and Manassas Park. The hearings will focus on four topics.

K-9 apprehends Haymarket man wanted by two police departments

Prince William County Police respond to a shots fired call, arrest a Haymarket man sought by Manassas City Police, and county police place some additional charges.

Impending hurricane causes postponement of Sept. 15 Haymarket Day to Oct. 20

Due to impending arrival Hurricane Florence and the forecasted weather and major safety concerns for September 15th, Haymarket Day 2018 has been postponed to Saturday, Oct. 20.

Candland and Hugo set Sept. 10 session on proposed Rural Crescent updates

Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland and Va. Delegate Tim Hugo want to hear residents' thoughts and opinions on the Rural Crescent and their reaction to some of the proposals Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Battlefield High School auditorium.

20,000+ local homeowners to lose some federal tax deductions, study finds

Congressman Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA), Vice Ranking Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, has released a new congressional report that found the Republican tax law will disproportionately hurt Northern Virginia homeowners, especially those with home equity loans.

Battlefield teachers recognized for empowering students in event against childhood cancer

Battlefield High School’s Mary Beth Starkey, teacher on special assignment, and Lauren Maula, math teacher, received the 2018 Four Diamonds Mini-THON® Leadership Development Award for their roles as Mini-THON® advisors for providing an environment that encourages leadership development, empowers students and supports individuals’ visions and goals.

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