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PWC Police charge Rippon Middle School teacher with assault and battery

From Prince William County Police Department's crime and arrest logs for Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019

HH Women’s group gives generously

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Heritage Hunt Women's Organizations gives more than a dollar a day to help local groups. Shown here, in the front row, from left, are: Eleanor Casey-D’Andrea, Joanne Tuttle (committee chair), Margaret Gorzka, Gerri Risso; in the back row, from left, are: Teri Bisaga, Diane Wilson, Charlotte Klingman, Joan Mitchell and Mary Slevin. Photo by E. Bruce Davis

Heritage Hunt spreads holiday cheer

Heritage Hunt homeowners Golf and Country Club uses its impressive facilities to host a variety of events for the holidays. Many occasions involve meals or refreshments arranged for by the food and beverage staff of Billy Casper Golf, led by Tim O’Mara. Some are productions of chartered clubs within Heritage Hunt. All of them are full of holiday cheer.

Knight sings for locals

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Haymarket resident Angela Knight, a heralded opera singer, is putting on a Dec. 3 concert for two local community members in need. This year’s production, “Winter Wonderland,” will be performed Dec. 3 at Battlefield High School. The concert will benefit two local families, struggling with illnesses, that “need to know they are loved by the community,” she explained.

NHS keeps forest clean and clear

Nokesville Horse Society, along with other volunteers and partners, works hard to keep Conway Robinson Forest clean and paths clear of debris.

Cemetery tours offer a step into history

Manassas cemetery offers a spooky good time with tours and tales.

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Bernie McConnell of Manassas (left), Carla Christiano of Woodbridge and Lisa Sievel-Otten of Manassas guide a tour of the historic Manassas City and Confederate cemeteries on Center Street.

Wheels of change

Screen bicycle documentary tonight at Parkside Middle in Manassas and tomorrow night at Glenkirk Elementary in Gainesville.

Car show is a Rohring good time

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The 36th Annual Edgar Rohr Memorial Antique Car Meet on Sept. 17 drew a large crowd of vehicle enthusiasts, even though it wasn’t a picture-perfect festival day. About 150 owners drove or trailered their classic (at least 25 years old) vehicles to the show; most were parked on the Manassas Museum’s lawn. There were antique cars and trucks with owners ready to talk about their babies and why they are so proud of their classic vehicles.

BHS grad feels “amazing” after getting Mom’s kidney

Hildebrand family is
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together and happy after Battlefield High School graduate Jessica Hildebrand gets her mom's kidney in a transplant. Shown here seated, are Jessica and her mother, Tish, with Jessica’s brother, Ricky, and father, Rick, standing behind them.

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