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Stonewall grad (2003) Brooke Obie to be named to list of most influential African Americans of year

Brooke Obie, a 2003 graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School (summa cum laude) in Manassas, will be honored on Nov. 21 by the New York news organization The Root as one of its annual list of the most influential African Americans of the year

Three supervisors call press conference on rural land use policies

Supervisors Lawson, Candland and Principi along with multiple PWC civic groups will brief the press and public on a resolution they plan to present regarding the current review of rural land use policies.

Female, 14, charged in connection with burglaries at stores, eatery in Dumfries

On October 2, an additional suspect sought in connection to the burglaries that occurred in the Dumfries and Triangle area on September 23 was arrested.

12-year-old assaulted; cell phone taken, two 15-year-olds in custody

FROM Prince William County Police Department's crime log for Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019

County police locate gun on school property at 3:30 a.m., pick up unauthorized teens

On September 29 at 3:30AM, officers responded to Graham Park Middle School located at 3613 Graham Park Rd. in Triangle (22172) to investigate a trespassing complaint.

Racial slurs and “KKK” written in suspicious graffiti chalked in Haymarket

A caller reported to police that inappropriate words were written in chalk on the community basketball courts sometime between 3:00PM on September 26 and 12:00PM on September 27.

11-year-old charged with threats to commit harm to people on Woodbridge school property

From Prince William County Police Department's arrest log on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.

Victim identified in Sept. 24 shooting in Dumfries

Detectives with the Prince William County Police Department's Homicide Unit have identified the man killed in the early morning shooting that occurred in the 3100 block of Chesapeake Dr in Dumfries (22026) on September 24.

Census workers going door to door in some PWC areas gathering address information

Prince William County Demographer Brian Engelmann has announced that workers from the US Census Bureau will be in the field doing some preliminary work through the middle of October. The canvassers need to go out to specific neighborhoods to verify the addresses that can’t be determined by using GIS maps, Engelmann said. “The canvassers will ask a few questions to verify the address and inquire about any additional living quarters on the property for inclusion in the Census process.”

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