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Weather forces VSHL to postpone Group 3A/4A states until June 8

The 3A and 4A State Outdoor Track and Field Championships were interrupted.

Haymarket traffic shifts around this week

Haymarket residents can expect a new traffic pattern Friday night at I-66. Traffic will be moved to the new bridge as part of the Diverging Diamond Interchange project.

Purcell Road closure slated for this weekend

Parts of Purcell Road in Manassas will be closed to traffic this weekend. A detour is in place during pipe replacement by the Virginia Department of Transportation.

Thunder on Wheels

Whitt's Harley-Davidson annual Ride to Rolling Thunder drew hundreds of riders.

Show and tell: New lights, radio tower at JPG

'This is about making this school for the whole community'.

Manassas family found bound and gagged in home

Prince William County Police found a family bound and gagged in their Manassas home thanks to a tip from caller on Tuesday, May 24.

Manassas, Manassas Park Democrats announce nomination process for 2016 local elections

The Manassas and Manassas Park Cities Democratic Committee (MMPCDC) has scheduled assembled caucuses to nominate Democratic candidates for Manassas and Manassas Park races in the Nov. 8 General Election.

VA Secretary of Commerce and Trade to speak at PW Chamber luncheon

The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is hosting the "Virginia is Open for Business: A Look at the Commonwealth's Economy" luncheon with the Commonwealth of Virginia's Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones.

Voter registration deadline is May 23 for June 14 primary elections

Citizens wanting to vote in the June 14 primary elections must register now. The voter registration deadline for the June primary is Monday, May 23.

Marshall suggests impeachment of Obama administration officials

Virginia House of Delegate Bob Marshall (13th District) suggests Obama administration officials should face impeachment over their threat to withhold funding to states that do no follow transgender students to use all bathroom policies.

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