It’s Tuesday, Sept. 10. Here are five things you need to know. Tell us what we need to know on the Patch message board!
1. Today: The Manassas Park Governing Body and School Board will have a joint dinner and meeting for the community beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Manassas Park Community Center. Professional photos by former school board Chairman Mike Wine will be taken.
2. You Said It: “For Governor I will vote for a man who actually lives here, works here, raised his family here, Ken Cuccinelli!” A reader responds to our question about whether you’ll be voting this November. Estimates suggest a poor voter turnout for the statewide election.
3. ICYMI: The Brown Foundation is set to donate African-American materials to a library at Alabama A&M University this month. Read more here.
4. Number of the Day: 5 (or 5S, to be exact). Rumors are swirling about the latest announcement today from Apple. Among the rumors a slick new iPhone device that may include fingerprint identification technology.5. Today…in History: On Sept. 10, 1813, U.S. forces defeat the British in the Battle of Lake Erie, an important point in the War of 1812. Tall ships recently re-enacted the battle.