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Council extends public hearing on special use permit that would allow Pierce Funeral Home to build and operate a crematory on its property until the next regularly-scheduled council meeting on March 12.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
City's fire and rescue department gets five new members, who were sworn in at Monday's council meeting.
Business, Local Connections
The move allows Micron more ownership and control over the companies' joint venture in memory chips used to store data in mobile phones and tablets.
With reversal on affirmative action, enrollments could become less diverse.
Ron Paul supporters came from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia to hear the candidate for the Republican presidential nomination speak at the Waterford in Springfield, Va., one week before Super Tuesday.
Fire marshals keeping some supporters outside.
Schools, Local Connections, Awareness
The Manassas City School Board is in the process of hiring a new superintendent and is seeking public input on the qualifications.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home, Local Connections
Mayor calls decision "unwanted and difficult."
The General Assembly has decided to postpone until next year consideration of a bill that would grant personhood rights to a human embryo from the moment of conception.
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