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Battlefield answers the challenge

- Ninth-ranked Hylton High School fell to the Battlfield High School Bobcats in a much anticipated season opener match up. A non-scientific user poll conducted by the Washington Post overwhelming “predicted” Hylton High School over Battlefield High School in Friday night’s season opener. Most other polls put Hylton as the preseason favorite in Prince William County.

Grand opening of Harris Teeter on Sept. 2

- Harris Teeter will throw open the doors and celebrates a second Gainesville location. The new Heritage Marketplace, located at 13901 Heathcote Blvd, will welcome customers with a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony at 8 a.m. on Sept 2.

Errand Works helps lighten the load of busy schedules

- Juggling home, work, and kids’ schedules is tough in Northern Virginia. Errand Works, a new business, offers help for the time crunched, road weary commuter. As of 2014, some 9.1 million women-owned enterprises employed nearly 7.9 million workers and generated more than $1.4 trillion in revenue in the United States.

Police Briefs

- Prince William County Police are currently looking for Dustin Barnett on charges of strangulation and domestic assault and battery. Barnett allegedly pushed at 23-year-old Woodbridge woman onto a table, placed his hands around her neck and proceeded to choke her.

Officer cleared in recent shooting

- The initial review of the shooting by Prince William County Police Officer Hector Figueroa has been completed and the finding have been made public. The Prince William County Police Department has reported that its administrative investigation is continuing but the agency has “preliminarily found this officer involved shooting to be justified and objectively reasonable.”

EDITORIAL:Community news, first and always

- When I was asked for biographical information for a front page story I’ll admit like a lot of people I interview, I didn’t know what to say. After 34 years in this business, I am used to having my name on the front page as a byline not as a news item. You really don’t need to know whether I am married with kids or my sexual orientation. A reporter’s job is to share the news, not be the news. As the new managing editor for the Gainesville Times and the Prince William Times, my job is to be there when you can’t and report back.
Area Obituaries
  • Robert “Shelton” Cameron, Jr.
  • James Arthur Magennis
  • Charles Elliott Muse
  • Dennis B. Wingfield
  • Patsy deButts Carr
  • Edna Baker
  • Mary C. Sylvia
  • Upcoming Events
  • Casa Tequila Bar & Grill –Trivia
  • Bird, Butterflies and Bees
  • Bands Brews and BBQ
  • MacDowell Brew Kitchen Trivia
  • Rhino Chasers Run Club—Brambleton Lost Rhino Retreat - 1, 3, 5 Mile Out & Back Run
  • More Local News

    Back to school!

    NOVA faculty art on display

    Helping hand - Free clinic receives donation

    Thousands gather to close out last night of 2015 PWC Fair

    Police officer shoots Woodbridge man

    Celebrating equality

    P-Nats lose control of own playoff destiny after 3-3 week

    GHBL ends World Series bid in final four after undefeated post-season run

    All dolled up

    Cat-astrophe hits Prince William animal shelter

    COLUMN:From Manassas with love, thank you & good night

    Frederick, Salem, Myrtle Beach left for P-Nats

    Prince William Guide



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