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Manassas Regional Airport flyover May 27 to thank Novant healthcare workers

On Wednesday, May 27, at 1 p.m., Manassas residents can look up in the sky as about 20 aircraft housed at the Manassas Regional Airport conduct a flyover at 1200 feet of Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Medical Center as a thank you for all of their efforts during this COVID-19 crisis.

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.

Manassas City police officer struck by vehicle; Rt 28 N temporarily closed

Northbound VA 28 in the city of Manassas was closed temporarily on Saturday, July 13, 2013 after a Manassas city police officer was struck by by a vehicle about 9 a.m. while conducting a routine traffic stop on VA 28 near Phoenix Dr.

PWC Police K-9 bitten by suspected rabid groundhog continues search and locates hidden suspect

Prince William County VA police department's crime report for Thursday, July 11, 2013

PWC Police Beat 7/9/13

Prince William County VA police department's crime report for Tuesday, July 9, 2013.

PWC Police Beat 7/5/13

Prince William County VA police department's crime report for Friday, July 5, 2013 includes a July 1 double fatality at Lake Montclair, a July 4 motorcycle fatality on Joplin Road, a July 4 sexual assault in Woodbridge and a July burglary and vandalism of a Dumfries recreation center.

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.

ACTS Helpline has been listening to the greater Prince William community for over 25 years

ACTS Helpline is a free service for those who need someone to listen to their thoughts and feelings. Listeners will assist with crisis intervention for suicide, sexual assault, and abuse. The crisis hotline is available 24 hours a day, and no problem is too big or small to be heard.

Health Department tips for a safe July 4th

Prince William Health District offers health and safety precautions as residents gather to celebrate Independence Day. Outdoor picnics and barbecues present an opportunity for foodborne illnesses to occur and increase the potential of residents to experience heat-related illnesses or be affected by severe weather.

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