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Five fast fixes for a fabulous bath

- (BPT) - With Americans working longer hours than ever before, most homeowners yearn for a luxurious place to relax and unwind at the end of a hectic day. This is likely why the bathroom is the most requested home renovation project, according to the National Association of Homebuilders.

Prince William County Fair Photos

Calling all princesses ...

- Area children ages 2-5 turned into princesses for the day recently for a princess fair and open house held outdoors at the Princess Preschool Early Literacy Program. The program, which is a partnership with the St. Anne's Academy for Girls in Gainesville, is intended to develop girls' academic and leadership skills.

Army chorus comes to Gainesville

- A free community concert featuring The United States Army Chorus will be held on Sept. 7 at Battlefield Baptist Church just south of Gainesville. In 1956 The U.S. Army Chorus was established as the vocal counterpart of The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own,” and is one of the nation’s only professional men’s choruses.

Warner: Problems in Ferguson could have been lessened with more trust

- The unrest that's gripped Ferguson, Mo., over the past three weeks could have been lessened if there had been more trust between residents and their leaders, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner said last week. People around the country have gotten used to headlines and images from the St. Louis suburb recently in the wake of the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug. 9.

Bobcats, Tigers, Eagles, Bulldogs, Pioneers, Raiders win in Week 1

- During the first week of the varsity football regular season, Battlefield, Freedom, Hylton and Patriot all pulled out decisive wins while Patriot, Stonewall and Brentsville District edged out their opponents in much closer games.

Fall cleaning tips to help rid your home of autumn allergens

- (StatePoint) Many people think of allergies as a spring problem, but most sniffle sufferers know that fall can pose its own issues. Mold and ragweed are common fall allergy triggers, as well as dust mites, which are naturally more prevalent in the home during the drier months.

Two blockbusters and a rare gem play in summer cinemas

- Whether it’s too hot to venture outdoors, or pouring down rain, and you’re sick of being cooped up in the house, a movie theater offers respite from the summer doldrums. Netflix and DirecTV downloads are good and joyful things, but they don’t replace the experience of sitting in the movie theater chair, equipped with a giant bag of popcorn and a super-sized drink.

Tigers snap 39-game losing streak, beat Cougars 12-7

- The Brentsville District varsity football team snapped its 39-game losing streak on Friday night in Manassas Park, defeating the host Cougars 12-7 in the first week of the fall sports season.

Fire Marshal investigating incendiary device

- The City of Manassas Fire Marshal’s Office needs the publics help with information about an incident on Aug. 11, 2014. At approximately 7:30 a.m. on Aug. 11, a resident in the 9600 block of ShannonLane found a glass bottle on the front lawn of the residence. It appeared to be an incendiary device commonly known as a Molotov cocktail.

Marine Museum hosts Dog Days

- Labor Day weekend may be just around the corner, but the summer festivities are far from cooling down at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. “Dog Days of Summer” is a free event for all ages that takes place on Aug. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the museum located at 18900 Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Triangle. This year’s event features furry, feathered and scaly creatures.
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Potomac primed for second half pennant

Gainesville Ballet to start class for special needs

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Mattie Parish dies at 93

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