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July 7 seminar at Manassas Regional Airport on Advanced Air Mobility and Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Learn how Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are transforming the aviation industry during a free Manassas Regional Airport seminar on July 7, 2022 at 7 p.m. in the Airport’s main terminal building. Registration is required at

Manassas will close streets for Fall Jubilee Oct. 4

Manassas Airport wants to borrow 50-year-old photos

Manassas Regional Airport would like the public’s help in celebrating its 50th year by asking for photos or memorabilia from the Airport’s past, either at its current location or the previous site.

Roadwork continues at Manassas Battlefield Park

During the week of September 29 – October 3, construction work will occur at Stuart’s Hill, affecting the entrance road and parking area of the park headquarters facility.

Road work continues at Manassas National Battlefield Park

Work to repair and resurface park roads and parking areas will continue at Manassas National Battlefield Park during the week of September 15. The work will be undertaken during non rush-hours, from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

General Assembly’s “Ben Franklin Privacy Caucus” to hold hearing

Del. Richard L. Anderson (R-Prince William) and Sen. J. Chapman Petersen (D-Fairfax), co-chairs of the Virginia General Assembly “Benjamin Franklin Privacy Caucus,” have announced Sept. 23 Caucus hearings at the Virginia state capitol for citizens and organizations to express their views on legislation governing the use of License Plate Readers (LPRs) by law enforcement agencies in Virginia.

Ten lives lost on Virginia roads over holiday weekend, state police report

The Labor Day Holiday saw a slight increase in the number of fatalities compared to the 2013 holiday weekend but fatalities overall are on the decline compared to the same time period in 20133, according to a Virginia State Police news release.

No. Va. Transpo Commission (NVTC) marking 50 years of “thinking outside the car”

Between the opening of the Capital Beltway in 1964 to the ribbon cutting for the Silver Line in 2014, the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) has played an integral role in helping the region’s transportation network grow and evolve

VDOT probing mishap with road stripes at Centreville

he temporary pavement markings that peeled from the roadway and created confusion on the eastbound I-66 bridge over US 29 have been replaced and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is now focusing on what went wrong.

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