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Kline’s Freeze to be torn down

- It's more than just a local landmark -- it's an integral part of the landscape for longtime residents of Manassas. It's not an ornate church or an elegant mansion -- it's an unassuming ice cream shop on Centreville Road. But for almost 50 years, Kline's Freeze has been both a tasty treat and a fundamental fact of life for Manassas. And now, it's closing down.

Lloyd graduates from Coastal Carolina University

- William Lloyd of Woodbridge has graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a master of arts in teaching in education. Lloyd graduated during the summer 2014 commencement ceremonies.

Hampden-Sydney names dean’s list

- Hampden-Sydney College has announced its dean's list for the spring semester. Jefferson Thompson of Woodbridge and Roman Wohlrab of Woodbridge were among the students honored.

Grizzlies shut out the competition

- The Grizzly defense was on fire over the weekend during Coach McGeoghegan’s 90-pound National Gainesville Grizzlies first shutout of the season. The team is used to high scores from its offense, but a complete shutout is something new.

On the attack - A closer look at claims in 10th District ads

- As the 10th Congressional District race to fill the seat of the retiring Frank Wolf reaches its final weeks, several ads from Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat John Foust are lighting up the TV screens across the region. Here's a look at four of the most popular – two from the Foust camp and two from the Comstock's team.

COLUMN:The Forum - A nation of immigrants

- We just celebrated Columbus Day. His arrival in the Bahamas in 1492 set in motion the colonization of the Western Hemisphere. Prior to his arrival, it’s estimated that between 2 million to 10 million Native Americans already lived here.

Brentsville falls to Eagles; 55-7

- Brentsville senior quarterback Richard Harryman (10) throws a pass downfield against Liberty. The Eagles defeated Brentsville 55-7 on Friday night in Nokesville during the Tigers' homecoming game.

Battlefield soccer team honored

- Members of the 2014 Battlefield varsity girls soccer team received their state championship rings last Friday in Haymarket before kickoff of the homecoming football game between the Bobcats and visiting Osbourn Eagles. The girls soccer team finished the spring season 21-0, defeating Centreville in an overtime shootout on penalty kicks to clinch the Group 6A title at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.

Gibson graduates from Randolph-Macon

- Markeesha Gibson of Woodbridge, the daughter of Marie Francoise Gibson, has graduated from Randolph-Macon. During her time at the academy, Gibson was the Air Force JROTC Corps of Cadets Flight Commander and a member of the speech and debate team.

Neuhaus makes Rochester soccer team

- Gwen Neuhaus of Woodbridge has joined the Rochester Institute of Technology's women's soccer team. Neuhaus is studying industrial engineering.

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