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Hylton sluggers top Potomac for tourney title

Defeating Potomac 3-2 on the Panthers' home field April 17 at their own tournament in extra innings for the championship title amounts to a pretty nice victory for the Hylton varsity baseball team.

Local police participate in prescription drug take-back day

The Prince William Police Department along with the Manassas Police Department will work with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. April 26 to get those medications off medicine cabinet shelves. The “National Take-Back Day” initiative seeks to prevent pill abuse and theft and to provide people a safe and legal way to get rid of unused medications.

Cappies review Woodbridge Senior High School’s ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

Welcome to the 1950s, when going steady, getting pinned, and Conrad Birdie are all the rage! Kim MacAfee is one of millions of Birdie fans, all coping with the terrible news-- Conrad Birdie is going into the army! When Conrad Birdie stops by Sweet Apple, Ohio to give Kim MacAfee "One Last Kiss," the small town is turned upside down. Woodbridge Senior High School's production of Bye Bye Birdie, pays homage to America's own King of Rock.

Pescott open house held to raise funds for Habitat

For more than 15 years, the house at 9300 Prescott was the subject of much discussion and concern for the City of Manassas. The home has been under a demolition order several times and was scheduled to be torn down on June 3, 2013. On June 8 of that year, however, Prescott House got a new owner: Hugh Ickrath.

Police reports: 04-22-14

Malicious Assault by Caustic Substance | Brandishing - On April 21st at 2:45PM, police responded to the 4800 block of Kempair Dr in Woodbridge to investigate a fight with weapons. The investigation revealed that A 30-year-old and A 20-year-old woman were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter, the man sprayed the woman and two other victims, identified as a 26-year-old man of North Carolina and a 69-year-old woman of Woodbridge, with a substance described as pepper spray.

Cougars storm back for 3-2 OT victory

"The inches we need are everywhere around us. They're in every break of the game; every minute, every second." While Al Pacino's coach character in the movie “Any Given Sunday” preached a message that's easily applicable to American football, it can certainly pay dividends in the other game of football too. Last Thursday, the Manassas Park varsity girls soccer team used inches to its advantage in two big ways at home against Strasburg.

Quantico candidates discuss security, economy

This past Saturday, the “Prince William Times” hosted a political forum featuring a panel of seven candidates running for office in the Town of Quantico. Mayor Kevin Brown joined council members Earlene Clinton, Virginia Macfarlan and Russell "Rusty" Kuhns at the Lillian Carden Community Center along with challengers John Hallman, Sammoto Yomosa Dabney and Tom Davis.

Tiger boys aim to compete for conference title

It's okay to call Brian Taylor delusional. The Brentsville District varsity boys tennis coach described himself as perhaps being in such an impaired state of mind as he laid out the case for why his Tigers can compete for the conference championship. At 9-2 on the season, the numbers at least back him up.

Bobcat boys lax lead doesn’t hold in 9-7 loss to Lake Braddock

After winning three consecutive Northwest Region titles and making it all the way to the Group AAA state championship game last season, Battlefield is finally having what many opponents surely would consider an overdue moment of reckoning. Battlefield exited spring break at 2-4 on the season following a 9-7 loss last Wednesday against Lake Braddock in a game moved to the Bruins' artificial turf after rain soaked the Bobcats' grass field in Haymarket.

Haymarket proposes $3.05M budget

The Haymarket Town Council appears to have struck a number of compromises with the Fiscal Year 2015 budget that includes a lower real estate tax rate for home owners and a higher cigarette tax, though by a smaller margin than initially proposed.

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