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Woodbridge shooting still under investigation

- On Dec. 20 at 5:37 a.m., officers responded to a residence located in the 15500 block of Winding Creek Drive in Dumfries to assist the Department of Fire and Rescue with an injury which was initially reported as being caused by a firework. Upon further evaluation, rescue personnel determined that the injury was actually a gunshot wound.

Manassas shooting suspect in custody

- On December 19th at 10:02PM, officers responded to the 10100 block of Portsmouth Rd in Manassas (20109) to investigate a shooting. Police initially received multiple reports of shots fired in the above area but did not locate the parties involved. While on scene investigating, four individuals arrived at an area hospital, three of which were suffering from gunshot related injuries. Two of the victims, a 27 year old man of Warrenton and a 49 year old woman of Manassas, were both flown to a trauma center for further evaluation.

Keep the cold at bay with these home winterizing tips

- (BPT) - Winter's frigid temperatures are on their way, and if you wait until the cold hits to finally start winterizing your home, it may already be too late to prevent home damage. "You need to winterize your home while the weather is still warmer just as you would winterize your car," says Bill Loden, president of the American Society of Home Inspectors.

Marine museum opens new ‘Welcome Home’ exhibit

- If there is one word in the English language that American service members and their families hold dear, it is the word “home.” “Home” is the one common denominator that comrades in arms can banter about in the barracks, brag about in the mess hall, and long for during times of loneliness. Moments like these will be brought to life in a new exhibit called “Welcome Home” at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

Senior celebration

- More than 150 seniors were on hand Dec. 4 for the 23rd annual Senior Citizens Holiday Celebration at the Manassas Campus of Northern Virginia Community College. Guests were treated to a meal, festive entertainment and a visit from Santa. Thanks to donations from local businesses and NOVA employees, every senior took home at least one donated gift.

Mend-A-House gets new home

- Project Mend-A-House has moved from the Prince William County Complex to the Falcon Building at 9500 Technology Drive, suite 101 in Manassas. The new location consolidates office and storage space in a single location.
Area Obituaries
  • Helen G. Hurst
  • Jared Andrew Lytell
  • Craig Pearce Caywood
  • Waleska Elizabeth “Betsy” Crovo
  • Mr. Owen Lemar Fawley
  • James C. Allison
  • Hugh Joseph McLinden, III
  • Upcoming Events
  • Remember the Night showing at The Library of Congress Packard Campus
  • ELF showing The Library of Congress Packard Campus
  • Blandy Bird Count and Family Festival at Blandy Experimental Farm Learning Center
  • Family Movie (Warrenton Library)
  • Paws to Read (Bealeton Library)
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