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5 ways to Celebrate the First Day of Spring!
Like this article? Support us by subscribing here. Your donation will help us continue to provide quality-of-life news and make local impact possible. As winter melts away into Spring, it’s time to start celebrating the warm weather and new beginnings! With days getting longer and plants beginning to bloom outdoors, there’s no better way to shake off that cabin fever than by throwing a party for the first day of this season. So whether you’re planning an outdoor gathering with friends or want something special for yourself, here are five unique ways to celebrate the arrival of Spring in style.
Paying it forward with wind chimes
A local business in Northern Virginia is using their wind chimes to give back to their community. FOX 5's Gwen Tolbart visited Wind River Chimes in Manassas to learn more!
Victim confronts man who tried filming her in Manassas Walmart bathroom
Police are looking for a man who tried to record a woman using the bathroom last week at the Walmart on Liberia Avenue in Manassas. The incident happened March 15 at 6:40 p.m. when the 56-year-old victim saw a phone being held above the bathroom stall, Prince William County Police Master Officer Renee Carr said.
Md. bill would allow nonviolent offenders to get jobs at casinos
A new bill in Maryland would make it possible for people convicted of specific nonviolent crimes to get jobs at local casinos. “These are opportunities that help create a change within our community,” Maryland State Del. Nick Charles from Prince George’s County told WTOP. Charles sponsored the bill,...
Festival of Spring
Burnside Farms Festival of Spring in Nokesville is an annual event that celebrates the arrival of spring amid more than 2.5 million tulip and daffodil blossoms on the farm. The festival has been a tradition for many families in the area and attracts visitors from all over to experience the beauty of the season.
Prince William Police asking for help solving 14-year-old cold case
According to police, on March 15, 2009, the body of 31-year-old Pablo Cruz Gamez was found in a wooded area near 13976 Jefferson Davis Highway in the Woodbridge area. It was revealed after an autopsy that his cause of death was blunt force trauma.
Maryland's Dems pushing to halt felony murder charges for under-25's saying their brains are underdeveloped (Opinion)
The proposed bill by Del. Crutchfield would exempt individuals under 25 years old from first-degree murder charges. They have stirred controversy around the potential loopholes and disastrous outcomes. Some fear it could lead to.
A Message from Dr. LaTanya D. McDade
Happy Friday and happy St. Patrick’s Day to those who celebrate!. We are excited about the progress in construction of our newest elementary school. The next step toward opening is the School Board’s selection of an official name. I invite you to join us for one of two virtual community input sessions on the naming of “Rosemount Lewis” Elementary School held from 7-9 p.m. next Wednesday, March 22, and the following week, March 29. If you are unable to attend one of our sessions, please submit your name suggestion in writing by completing the name suggestion form by 12 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2.
Manassas, March 20 High School ⚽ Game Notice
There are 3 high school ⚽ games in Manassas. The Forest Park High School soccer team will have a game with Colgan High School on March 20, 2023, 16:25:00 CST. The Manassas Park High School soccer team will have a game with Osbourn High School on March 20, 2023, 16:30:00 CST.
Leopold’s Preserve in Haymarket
At Leopold’s Preserve, you can hike the trails and see nature at its finest. You’ll see the ducks in the marsh as you stroll across a meadow. You’ll see the location of an old schoolhouse for African Americans that has been reclaimed by nature. As you hike the trails, you will need to be reminded that you are in Prince William County.
InFive: Casino robbery conviction, history standards and free rides for St. Patrick's revelers
Top news and notes from around Northern Virginia and beyond. A Prince William County jury on Wednesday convicted a D.C. man in the robbery and shooting of a casino winner who was followed from MGM National Harbor to his Dale City home in December 2019. 4. Data center tax revenue.
Police: Woman stole ambulance from Manassas hospital
A woman is in custody after police say she stole an ambulance from a hospital in Manassas and drove it out of the city.
How Prince William Co. schools is addressing rise in post-pandemic absences
Almost a quarter of Prince William County Public Schools’ 91,000 students missed 10% or more of the first 90 days of the school year, prompting leaders to craft innovative ways to address a rise in chronic absenteeism. In a presentation to the school board Wednesday night, Dr. Michael Neall,...
General Assembly bills approach ‘crossover day’ with some ahead of the game, others hanging in the balance
Maryland lawmakers will hit a key deadline Monday that kicks off the final stretch of their annual 90-day session and makes much clearer which bills are likely to pass — or fail — before time runs out. With hundreds of bills in the works, “crossover day” marks the deadline for the House and Senate to pass bills to each other. After Monday, if a bill is still in its first chamber, it will face ...
UVA Community Health Accepting Grant Applications to Support Community-Based Programs
On Thursday, March 16, the regional community hospital system that includes UVA Health Culpeper Medical Center, UVA Health Haymarket Medical Center, and UVA Health Prince William Medical Center, issued an open call for community grant submissions for 2023. Applicants must apply online by April 17, 2023. Grant applications are open...
Virginia woman arrested for stealing an ambulance
MANASSAS, Va. — Police say a woman has been arrested for stealing an ambulance in Prince William County. Feben Nigatu, 33, of Manassas, was arrested for grand theft auto on Wednesday. Manassas City Police were called to the 8700 block of Sudley Road in Manassas for a report of...
Board Briefed on Potential Pilot Program for School/Work Zone Speeding and Red-Light Photo Enforcement
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently received the results of a study that gathered data from speed cameras placed at several locations across the county, including school and construction zones and signalized intersections. Cameras placed at 16 school zones during five school days showed that 859,743 vehicles passed...
Shoulder widening begins this week in Stafford
VDOT says a combined safety and resurfacing project on Kellogg Mill Road in Stafford County will begin this week to slightly widen shoulders and deliver a smoother travel surface. Starting Monday, March 20, motorists can expect mobile lane closures and one-way, alternating traffic. Work will occur between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Prince William data center revenue hits $100M mark
This article was written by WTOP’s news partner InsideNoVa.com and republished with permission. Sign up for InsideNoVa.com’s free email subscription today. Data centers are projected to pump over $100 million into Prince William County coffers during the 2023 fiscal year, up 18% over last year, with more than $40 million projected to come directly from the county’s computer equipment and peripherals tax.
Busy Saturday: Maryland House passes Trans Health Equity Act, advances price-gouging and data protections, backs a new state spirit
This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. The Maryland House of Delegates voted Saturday to approve the Trans Health Equity Act — a bill that just a year ago disappeared from the chamber’s agenda ahead of a floor vote.
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