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Police investigate shooting in Woodbridge

Prince William County Police Department's arrest and crime logs for Friday, March 27, 2020

OmniRide changing some Express commuter bus schedules due to more teleworking

In response to declining ridership while many people telework during the COVID-19 pandemic, OmniRide will make changes to some of its Express commuter bus schedules effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020. No changes are currently anticipated for OmniRide Metro Express, OmniRide Local or OmniRide Access paratransit services.

Local census “events” canceled; residents are asked to complete the form online, by phone or mail

US Census Bureau asks people to complete the 2020 U.S. Census online, by phone, or send it in by mail. Person-to-person contact is not needed to complete the 2020 Census.

PWC Commonwealth’s Attorney okays release of some non-violent offenders due to COVID-19

The Office of Prince William Commonwealth's Attorney Amy Ashworth is responding to challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus, according to a news release.

Manassas man charged in Walmart indecent exposure case

On March 18, Prince William County Police officers concluded an investigation into an indecent exposure reported to have occurred at the Walmart located at 8386 Sudley Rd. in Manassas (20109) on Feb. 24 at approximately 12:02PM.

Marijuana seller, 16,  dies after shooting in Woodbridge

On March 18 at 6:12PM, Prince William County po;ice officers responded to the 1600 block of Florida Ave in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a shooting.

PW County to halt interior inspections of occupied dwellings for 30 days starting March 23

Effective March 23, 2020, Residential Inspections that require entry into an existing occupied dwelling will be suspended for 30-Days. This applies to inspections conducted by the Building Construction Inspections Branch, the Special Inspections Section, and the Building Code Enforcement Section

15 minute parking created in Manassas

City of Manassas is temporarily designating several parking spaces in the Historic Downtown as 15 Minute Parking Only to facilitate Pick Up and Delivery options during this Pandemic. The spaces will be clearly marked but include only the existing on-street parking along Battle and Main Streets between Church Street and the railroad tracks.

Bishop Burbidge suspends all public masses due to coronavirus

Bishop Michael F. Burbidge, Diocese of Arlington, issued a video message March 16 to the faithful in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19). In the video, Bishop Burbidge announced that the public celebration of all Masses in the Diocese is suspended until further notice. He asked priests to keep churches open for prayer but stressed social distancing and not exceeding the 10-person limit.

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