Advanced Search
Breaking News People & Places Police & Fire Beat Woodbridge

PWC Police seek clues in Woodbridge homicide investigation

On July 1 at 4:28AM, officers responded to the 13900 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a shooting, according to MPO Renee Carr. public information officer.

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.

Virginia State Fair looking for (free) performers for local music stage for 60 minutes this fall

Organizers of the State Fair of Virginia are accepting applications from Virginia-based performers for the event’s local music venue, the Triple Crown Amphitheater at The Meadow Event Park. One-hour slots are available on each day of the fair’s 10-day run Sept. 27-Aug. 6. There is no fee or payment involved.

Manassas holds world record for biggest red light, green light game!

It’s official! The City of Manassas has been designated the World Record Holder from Guinness World Records for the largest game of Red Light/Green Light. On May 4, 2013 the City of Manassas Neighborhood Services attempted the world record for this game during the Big Day of Serving 2013.

IRS highlights special tax benefits for military members and their families

DMV to issue birth certificates at customer service centers beginning March 1, 2014

Governor Bob McDonnell has announced a partnership between the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) allowing DMV to issue birth certificates at customer service centers beginning March 1, 2014. DMV can already look up the information. Death, marriage, divorce records will become available Jan. 1, 2015.

Governor appoints Woodbridge man to NSU board

Colonel (Ret) Byron L. Cherry, Ph.D.* has been named to the Norfolk State University Board of Visitors by Virginia's governor Robert McDonnell.

Townhouse kitchen fire displaces Manassas family

The American Red Cross found temporary housing for a Manassas VA family when a pan with grease unattended on a hot stove caused a fire that destroyed the kitchen and spread smoke throughout a three-story townhouse on Laurelwood Court.

St. Thomas’ mission in DC targets least met needs of people living on the streets

One Sunday night a month, Pastor Matthew Smith takes a team from St. Thomas United Methodist Church in Manassas VA to Washington, D.C. to hand out meals, clothing and other necessities to people living on the streets. "We travel to the shadow of the nation's capital to people who can't or won't sleep in shelters at night," said Smith.

Follow Us on Twitter!/bullrunnow
Welcome Guest! | Login