Thursday Dec 19
'NOVA Next Door' to Offer Classes at High Schools in Manassas Park, Western Prince William
This coming spring semester starting in January, the Manassas Campus of Northern Virginia Community College will begin holding classes are area high schools to make it easier for students to access educational opportunities.
Weather Puts Kinks in Plans for Light Parade in Manassas Park
The annual Festival of Lights Parade has been canceled due to weather, Manassas Park City officials said on Saturday.
Suspect Nabbed in Child Pornography Investigation
A Manassas Park man was taken into custody this week in connection with an Internet child pornography investigation, Manassas Police said on Friday.
One of the men accused of killing a man whose remains were dug up in southern Stafford County earlier this year agreed to a plea deal Wednesday that calls for him to serve between 13 and 21 years in prison.
Del. Bob Marshall Wants to Talk to You: Meeting Planned for Dec. 11
Recently re-elected Virginia Del. Bob Marshal l is holding a meeting Saturday to talk to his constituents about something many have been complaining about for years: Route 28 traffic.
Police: Couple Steals $5,000 in Goods from Home Depot in Manassas
A Manassas Park woman and a Manassas man are accused of stealing more than $5,000 in merchandise from their former employer, the Home Depot on Liberia Avenue in Manassas, Manassas Police investigators said on Tuesday.
City Seeks Participants in Annual Light Parade
Want to see your car in the spotlight? Applications are being accepted for Manassas Park's annual Light Parade on Dec. 14. The parade, led by the Manassas Park High School Band, starts at General Ridge's Golf Course and ends at the Manassas Park Police Station.
Job Openings in Manassas Park: Human Resources Rep, Electrician, and More
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