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Manassas vice mayor Ken Elston resigns, taking post in NC

At the May 20, 2019 meeting of the City of Manassas City Council, Vice Mayor Ken Elston notified the public of his official resignation from City Council effective at the end of July 2019.

Candland taps Heritage Classic Charities as first Gainesville “heroes”

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First Gainesville heroes
Heritage Classic Charity, Inc. of Gainesville VA was honored for its work in raising funds to fight cancer and aid cancer research as the recipient of the first "Gainesville Hero" award recently instituted by Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland.

PWC credit union to move April 30

Prince William County Employees credit union will reopen May 1 at a new location in Old Town Manassas VA.

April 21 doggie bake sale for bark park

Raise the ‘Woof’ for the City of Manasas Park's first doggie bake sale, a fundraiser for the Manassas Park Dog Park that will be held at the park on Saturday, April 21, from noon to 3 p.m. rain or shine. Treats for dogs and owners will be available.

Annual city yard sale in Manassas Park on April 28

One person's discards and recyclables could be just the treasures another person is seeking. Find out on Saturday, April 28, when the City of Manassas Park VA holds a giant community yard sale in the main parking lot of the city's Community Center with spaces at $5 each.

Manassas City Police Beat 4/17/12

Manassas VA City Police Department's crime report for Tuesday, April 17, 2012 includes 2 reports of aggravated assault.

Manassas City Police ask for public comment on grant application

The Manassas VA City Police Department is asking for comments from the community on its grant application for the 2012 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program. Residents should respond before the filing deadline of May 14. The police department proposes purchases of supplies and equipment to facilitate police work and officer and community safety at a total cost of $19,639.

PWC shelter offers free senior pet adoptions for seniors

Prince William County VA seniors 60 and older can adopt a senior dog or cat age 5 and older for free through a new program, "Seniors for Seniors," at the Prince William County Animal Shelter. All pets will be microchipped and there will be a microchip registration charge.

Ten thousand PWC school employees to get step increase

Prince William County VA School Board has approved its $861 million operating budget for 2012-13. This includes step increases for the school division's approximately 5,000 teachers and 5,000 support personnel. The spending plan requires $5 million in new cuts to cover the cost of the pay increases, according to Phil Kavits, director of communications.

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