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PW Police seek public’s help in identifying suspects in Manassas Mall shooting incident July 9

Detectives are actively seeking the identities of the suspects in connection with this incident. Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information to identify the suspects or can otherwise aid in the investigation is asked to contact police at 703-792-6500. The investigation continues.

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.

Area commutes can be a breeze

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Getting to work is a breeze for some and a hard slog for others. If you’re lucky enough to work from home, it may just be a matter of walking from one room to another. You may not even bother getting dressed or putting on makeup or shaving. Others who have to drive to work may be lucky to live close by or they have timed their departure and picked the best route to make it easier. Four locals, chosen at random, shared their driving experiences in the area.

Va. colleges make pact with Youngkin on veterans benefits

Gov. Glenn Youngkin today says that each of the leaders of Virginia’s public colleges and universities, including the chancellor of the Commonwealth’s community college system, has agreed to take all necessary action to ensure no student or prospective student is further adversely impacted by the gap in time from July 1st to when HB 6004 and SB 6012 are passed and signed to fully repeal and reverse the tuition waiver eligibility changes to the Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program and other similarly impacted programs.

Ten people displaced, three homes burn after used fireworks tossed

Family of three loses home when trailer involved in fire

FEMA to evaluate emergency readiness of North Anna Power Station week of July 15

Mining equipment manufacturer to expand in Southwest Va. and bring 75+ new jobs

PWC Police Crime Report for Friday, June 28, 2024: Shoe theft and caustic spray

Council of Governments names Linda Cheeks as “PWC Foster Parent of the Year”

Volunteer Prince William’s Call to Action for June 28, 2024

Sentara adds trauma rooms, weapons detection system to Emergency Room in Woodbridge

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