After winning three consecutive Northwest Region titles and making it all the way to the Group AAA state championship game last season, Battlefield is finally having what many opponents surely would consider an overdue moment of reckoning. Battlefield exited spring break at 2-4 on the season following a 9-7 loss last Wednesday against Lake Braddock in a game moved to the Bruins' artificial turf after rain soaked the Bobcats' grass field in Haymarket.
Last week, the FBI announced a $10,000 reward for information about the murder of a convenience store clerk in Woodbridge. The reward is in addition to the $1,000 already being offered by Prince William Police. Shortly before 9 p.m. on Feb. 21, Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero was shot down inside Platanillos Grocery and Jewelry at 14342 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Pyramid Management Group (PMG) has announced that they are acquiring an interest in Manassas Mall, the 935,000 square foot enclosed shopping center in Manassas. This is Pyramid’s first shopping center in Virginia. PMG will immediately take over all leasing, operational and management responsibilities for the center.
Prince William Chamber of Commerce CEO Rob Clapper announced on Feb. 18 that he is stepping down from his post after serving as the organization's inaugural president since 2010. Clapper has been tapped to lead a new foundation dedicated to supporting America’s special operations community.
On Jan. 22,the Prince William Chamber of Commerce honored the nominees and recipients of its annual Business Awards. The complete list of winners follows:
On February 4th at 4:01PM, officers responded to Manassas Mall located at 8300 Sudley Rd in Manassas (20109) to investigate a fight resulting in a stabbing. The victim, a 17 year old male juvenile of Manassas, reported to police that he was standing outside of the mall, near the food court entrance when he was surrounded by a group of other juvenile males claiming to be
Wegman's and Sentara Healthcare have joined together to offer HealthBites, a series of health-related workshops for the community. The Jan. 23 workshop, "Know Your Numbers" featured information about blood pressure and body mass index (BMI) and included free health screenings. The next session, on "Medication and Food Interaction," is set for Feb. 20, at 12:15 p.m. That topic will be repeated at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 25. To see more photos from the event, pick up this weeks copy of the "Times."
ANNAPOLIS - The premise seems simple: drop off an unwanted phone at a recycling kiosk, receive instant cash and keep precious metals out of landfills. Consumers and the environment both win. But, according to some politicians, so do phone thieves. This fear has led some Maryland lawmakers to push for tighter restrictions or even outright bans on these machines.
Manassas based recycling and waste company, American Disposal Services, will be featured in the Wizard of Oz presented by The Center for the Arts’ Pied Piper Theatre on Jan. 25 and 26 at the Hylton Performing Arts Center. The concept of ‘Going Green’ is taken to the next level through the creative way director Vincent Worthington implements American’s recycling program in his interpretation of the very ‘Green’ Emerald City.
On Jan. 15, state Dels. Michael Futrell (D-2nd), Scott Lingamfelter (R-31st) and Tim Hugo (R-40th) all took time out of their day to discuss their legislative agendas for Prince William County while fielding questions at their Richmond offices. State Del. Luke Torian (D-52nd) followed up the next day with a phone interview.