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Additional information on missing juvenile

- **Additional Information: There are no signs of foul play, all indications at this point are that he left voluntarily. The Prince William County Police Department currently believes he may be in need of assistance which qualifies him as being classified as endangered. The Prince William County Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing, endangered juvenile. Family members reported to police that Max Lyreman, age 14, was last seen this afternoon around 5:30PM in the area of Poplar Ln and Riverview Ln in the Town of Occoquan.

Prince William County Fair Photos

Patriot student to attend medical congress

- Patriot High School student Logan Courtney was recently chosen to represent his school the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 14-16. The congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to become physicians or go into medical research fields.

Prince William juvenile missing, endangered

- The Prince William County Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing, endangered juvenile. Family members reported to police that Max Lyreman, age 14, was last seen this afternoon around 5:30PM in the area of Poplar Ln and Riverview Ln in the Town of Occoquan. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call police at 703-792-6500.

Police link Graham disappearance to earlier murder

- Virginia State Police have released a statement linking Jesse Matthew to the death of 20-year-old Morgan Harrington five years ago. Matthew was recently charged in the disappearance of Hanna Graham in Charlottesville.

Virginians likely to pay more at the pump come January

- Gas prices in Virginia will rise come January – possibly as much as 6 cents per gallon – unless Congress approves the Marketplace Fairness Act, an Internet sales tax bill that's been sitting in a House committee for months. The looming gas tax hike stems from the state's historic 2013 transportation funding bill signed into law by former Gov. Bob McDonnell.

Manassas Latino Festival

- Celebración! Prince William County is now a 'majority minority' community and more than half of the county's foreign-born population is from Latin America. The Latin American culture and heritage was celebrated Sept. 21 at the 2014 Manassas Latino Festival in Old Town Manassas.

Seton school builds new chapel

- Seton School recently began construction of its new chapel in a ground-breaking and ground blessing ceremony that included Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish, Councilman Marc Aveni, Del. Bob Marshall, and All Saints Catholic Church pastor Reverend Lee Roos. The event was part of the opening ceremonies as Seton Junior-Senior High School, located at 9314 Maple St. in Manassas, celebrated the start of its 40th year.

EDITORIAL:Closing the electoral gender gap

- There aren't a lot of reasons for a local newspaper in Prince William County to mention a U.S. senator from New York if that person didn't stop by the area and actually do something newsworthy. Yet there's something about Kirsten Gillibrand's national pitch for more women to enter politics that we find appealing here at home.

In debate, Wittman talks bipartisanship, Mosher faults GOP

- The two major-party contenders for Virginia's 1st Congressional District seat talked partisanship at a debate last week outside Manassas, but they did so from opposing points. Rep. Robert J. "Rob" Wittman, a Republican, emphasized bipartisan efforts he's undertaken with House Democrats, many of them from the Old Dominion, as well as times he's worked with Virginia's U.S. senators, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, both Democrats.

COLUMN:Armchair Quarterback - Giants are goin’ down

- I had three wishes going into the Week 2 game against Jacksonville, as outlined here last week. All met. Things were a little simpler against Philadelphia: Keep a good team close, with the same intensity that a weak team from north Florida had inspired. That could be done by continuing the defensive intensity from a week ago – 10 sacks, close coverage, good tackling
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