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Prince William County Police Report for June 30, 2022 - Rape and abduction investigated

Police report two arrests.

Honor Flight veterans to get a musical welcome and thank-yous from Battlefield Band Aug. 7

On Wednesday, August 7, members of Battlefield High School’s Marching Bobcats will greet and thank about 100 Honor Flight veterans around noon at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Coach Martin to speak at Armed Forces Appreciation Day Aug. 11 at the county fair

A retired Manassas teacher and coach who is also a retired United States Marine Corps officer honored for his heroism in Vietnam will be the keynote speaker at the second annual Armed Forces Appreciation Day at the Prince William County Fair.

Controversy: Prince William looks at building a pool in 12th high school

Few, if any, would question the need for more swim lanes in Prince William County. The Prince William County School Board is looking at an aquatics facility to be located at the school division's 12th high school, set to open in the fall of 2016. The board is split as to the advisability of the proposed facility.

It’s Farmer’s Market Week! Vendors inside & out at Green Barns in The Plains

The old green barn that once held winning horses now holds local homegrown or homemade treasures. On Sunday afternoons, visitors can roam those stalls in search for the perfect find at this producer-only market which has been serving the area for 15 years.

Virginians love their special license plates! They’ve netted favorite causes & colleges $3.5 million

Nearly 70 Virginia organizations are receiving funds through the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) based on revenue-sharing special license plate sales during the past year. The plates helped generate approximately $3.5 million for their favorite causes and colleges, with Friends of the Chesapeake Bay receiving the most.

Manassas City Police Department marks 25th anniversary of fallen officer

A special wreath-laying ceremony at Quantico National Cemetery was held July 24, 2013 to honor the life and service of fallen Manassas City Police Officer, Sergeant John David Conner, III, on the 25th anniversary of his death.

Local residents needed to host French students in August

Local residents are still needed to host members of a group of French students (mostly boys) who have signed up to come to this area for three weeks in August to experience the "American Way of Life" through LEC (Loisirs Culturels A IÕEtranger), a Paris-based organization that promotes international friendship via family homestays.

Residents invited to reveal why they love PWC Parks & Rec during July

Prince William County is celebrating Park and Recreation Month during July with special activities throughout the park system, family-fun theme nights at the waterparks and the department's Facebook Photo Contest.

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