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Northern Virginia Food Rescue to provide free food at some Prince William Public Libraries

NVFR is coordinating with some Prince William Public Libraries to get food to people who need it through its Summer Food Distribution program.

Manassas police cruiser hits townhouse

A city of Manassas VA police cruiser struck a townhouse and two vehicles in the vicinity of Grant Avenue and Buckner Road when the police officer lost control of the vehicle enroute to an emergency call on March 23. All parties involved were evaluated at Prince William Hospital and released. The Manassas City fire marshal deemed the house uninhabitable until repairs are made. The townhouse residents were relocated by the American Red Cross. The accident is under investigation.

Certified Nurses recognized March 19

In Manassas VA Prince William Hospital is recognizing Certified Nurses Day on Monday, March 19 by honoring its 116 board certified nurses

Prince William Hospital has Michael Jordan on its team

Michael Jordan will appear in ads for Prince William Hospital in Manassas VA, because of its affiliation with Novant Health which has a new collaborative agreement with Jordan and Bobcats Sports and Entertainment in Charlotte NC. Jordan is chairman of BSE.

Manassas VA Police Department recognizes employees of the year 2011

Sergeant S. A. Morbeto and Sergeant T. J. Rodriquez have been selected as Manassas VA Police Department Employees of the Year for 2011 for their work in connection with a Feb. 10, 2011 shooting incident with multiple victims.

Manassas officials evacuate 14 people from mobile home deemed unsafe

Manassas VA city officials have evacuated 14 people said to be living in 700 square feet of space in a mobile home during the March 5 execution of a warrant obtained by Fire Marshals based on information which alleged that the mobile home contained fire-safety code violations that created an imminent threat to the safety of the occupants and nearby structures.

PWC police arrest two on child endangerment charges

Prince William County VA police have charged two daycare providers each with 5 counts of child endangerment stemming from a child's death reported in Bristow on March 8. According to the police report, 23 children, ranging in age from newborn to 4 years old, were at the residence when law enforcement officials arrived to investigate a 12:42 p.m. report of an unresponsive child.

PWC police investigate death of Bristow infant

Prince William County VA police are investigating the death of an infant girl in Bristow, according to police reports. The baby was three months old, police said.

PWC Police Beat 3/7/12

Prince William County VA Police Department's crime report for Wednesday, March 7, 2012 includes charges of child pornography possession in 2011 case and narcotics distribution.

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