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Police & Fire
Concerned Wellington-area residents attended a meeting Friday night to discuss specific crime issues with city police.
Volunteers in the News
The Prince William Purlers knit for charity, family and fun, of course!
The Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation cannot renew the contract for managing director.
Bryan Cole wants his product to help people keep track of their phones and other essentials.
Last night's school board meeting brought good news from the Special Education Advisory Committee.
School board opts for 25 percent standard instead of 40.
Seth Opoku-Yeboah opens up about how he reached his goal of perfect attendance throughout grade school.
The new superintendent of Manassas City Public Schools was unanimously agreed upon by the school board at Tuesday's meeting. She will start July 1.
Employees recognized for outstanding work, tenure at Tuesday night's school board meeting.
Study finds 37 percent of high school graduates from years 2006, 2007 and 2008 are employed full time, compared to just 16 percent that graduated during the recession.
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