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Realty company holds ribbon cutting

The new location of Move4Free Realty held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct.16 at 3 p.m. at 8551 Rixlew Lane #140 in Manassas. Representatives from the Prince William Chamber of Commerce and some of Prince William County officials were in attendance.

Alstyne graduates summa cum laude

James Madison University has announced the students who graduated with honors during the spring 2014 semester. Among them, Kaitlin Van Alstyne of Dumfries received a bachelor of science degree in psychology.

Get your book on; Reading festival celebrates books

For many, the love of reading starts at an early age as a bedtime routine. For others, reading is more of a love/hate relationship. “My grandkids call every night and we read,” said Gainesville author Gary A. Caruso, who was busy promoting generational reading to children at his table during the Community Reading Festival last Saturday.

LETTER:No comparison

News of the convictions of Gov. Bob and Maureen McDonnell for accepting $177,000 dollars of gifts and loans from some dietary supplement company should seem like justice served. Yet when Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., used at least $30,000 of political contributions for his granddaughter's wedding it was no problem.

Police confirm suicide of Bristow gunman

T. Clay Wood Elementary and Patriot High School were on lockdown for much of Monday after a domestic violence murder the day before ended with the suicide of the alleged gunman. Jessica Leigh Wilson, 31, was shot to death in her Braemar home on Oct. 19.

Update on county schools

Prince Wllliam County schools has annouced that Patriot HS School has lifted the secure the building status. Governor Schools students previously transported to Stonewall Jackson HS will be returned to Patriot HS as well. T.Clay Wood ES Students at Brentsville District HS will be dismissed at their normal T. Clay dismissal time.

T. Clay Wood students being moved to Brentsville High

​Students from T. Clay Wood ES are being transported to Brentsville District HS as a precaution due to continued police activity in the area. All are safe and school activities will continue at Brentsville.

Regional economy sags

John Hanlin has seen the future in Northern Virginia, and it doesn’t work. The former procurement manager for a private defense contractor was laid off as the Obama administration moved more work back into the bowels of the federal government.

Bristow woman murdered; suspect at large

On Oct. 19 at 6:25 a.m., officers responded to the 12700 block of Lednock Way in Bristow to investigate a shooting. The investigation revealed that the victim and the suspect were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter the suspect shot the victim before fleeing the area in a vehicle.

Haymarket organization tees off for warriors

Serving Our Willing Warriors (SOWW) held it second annual golf tournament to benefit wounded warriors on Oct. 6 at the Dominion Valley Country Club in Haymarket. SOWW project coordinator Kelsy Dominick said about 120 people showed up for the event. “This was the first year we had wounded warriors come out,” said Dominick, who added said that 32 warriors attended the event.

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