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Police ID Motorcyclist Killed In I-95 Crash With VDOT Car: 'Deeply Saddened'
Police have identified the motorcyclist killed in a crash involving a Virginia Department of Transportation vehicle on I-95 earlier this week.Victor M. Harper II, 30, of Dumfries, was heading north when he lost control and ran off the right side of the highway around 4:40 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, …
Man Arrested After Double Fatal Shooting At Jimmie's Paddock Bar in White Plains: Sheriff
New details have emerged after a shooter was arrested in connection to the fatal double shooting of two people on Friday morning in Charles County. White Plains resident James Fred Coffen, 45, is facing multiple murder charges following a shooting shortly after midnight that killed two people following a bar fight at Jimmie's Paddock.
Two men face illegal firearm and drug charges in Fredericksburg
A 19-year-old Fredericksburg man and a 20-year-old Spotsylvania man are facing multiple illegal firearm and drug charges, according to the Fredericksburg Police Department.
Prince William County approves new gun store in home garage
Home garage in Manassas' Blackburn development now approved for sale and assembly of historic and new firearms.
Stafford Man Arrested for Vehicle Theft Amid Increased Police Presence at Stafford Market Place
A 38-year-old man from Stafford was arrested and held at Rappahannock Regional Jail for being in a stolen vehicle. The suspect, Emmanuel Kori Baffour, was noticed by Deputy S.C. Martin on September 28th around 12:33 p.m. near Ulta at 1150 Stafford Market Place. The vehicle he was driving matched the description of one used in a theft the day before.
A Seafood Lover's Guide to Stafford: The Top 3 Restaurants
In this article, we're exploring three exceptional seafood restaurants in Stafford. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section!
These manassas, VA based Cats are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near manassas.
Local High School Incidents: Two Separate Assaults Under Investigation at St. Charles High
A School Resource Officer is investigating two separate fights that occurred at St. Charles High School on September 28. The first fight broke out at 10:13 a.m. and involved three students. Two staff members were injured while intervening and received medical treatment on site.
Not-So-Spooky Fun for October
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. October isn’t just about the tricks and the treats of Halloween. There are many reasons to celebrate and things to do with your family this month that don’t involve costumes or candy. Here are some ideas for.
WATCH: Focus on attendance in Stafford County Schools
WATCH: Expect travel delays on Route 17 at I-95 as drivers adjust to the new traffic pattern.
PHOTOS: Pumpkin Island returns to the Rappahannock
The history of Pumpkin Island posted by Kevin Brown on the Facebook page: On the Fredericksburg Va Trails:. It started a few years ago when a young man named Ryan McGinnis put a whole bunch of carved and illuminated pumpkins out on the river rocks right before Halloween. He did this in homage to a similar tradition from his childhood home in Vermont. Unfortunately, a flood occurred the day after Ryan put out his pumpkins and they were swept away. Since Ryan’s effort, I’ve put a few pumpkins out on the river rocks over the past few years. This year, my Riverside Dr neighbor, Thomas Sandler and I came up with a grand idea to put a lot of pumpkins out in the middle of the river in homage to Ryan’s first effort. So we got 17 pumpkins of various sizes, wheelbarrowed them over to the riverside, put them in Tom’s kayak and 2 river rafts tied to the back. Tom kayaked with the load to the island in the middle of the river. I carefully waded across to meet him. And thus, Pumpkin Island was born. We planned this after seeing that no floods were forthcoming anytime soon, so we are hoping that Pumpkin Island will survive this year until Thanksgiving, when maybe the beaver and muskrats will get a fine holiday feast. Lastly, you will likely see this tradition continued in future years, in some way shape or form, maybe with more pumpkins if circumstances allow. Thanks for asking!
A Week of Excitement: Comprehensive Guide to Woodbridge, Virginia's Local Events from October 2nd to 8th, 2023
The Inova Blood Donor Services is hosting a blood drive event at the Chinn Park Library. Everyone is invited to participate. Donors will receive a Halloween t-shirt as a token of appreciation.
2 men stabbed in Fairfax County
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va, (DC News Now) –The Fairfax County Police Department said two men were stabbed Saturday afternoon. Police said they were dispatched to the 8500 block of Pohick Rd. in Springfield for a stabbing. When officers arrived at the scene, they found two men who had been stabbed. They were taken to the hospital. […]
'They helped me to come back home;' Grandma shot 4 times reunites with first responders
DUMFRIES, Va. (7News) — A special reunion following a Prince William County grandma’s near-death experience. A Dumfries grandmother shared her story exclusively with 7News after she was shot four times in her own home by stray gunfire. "There was glass breaking, loud noise and I was shot," Patricia...
Video Shows Disabled Black Man Being Dragged Out of Car by Police
Police officers can’t hide anymore. You make a mistake, best believe someone will have their phone out to share your mistake with the rest of the world. Earlier this week, a viral video shared on TikTok is making the rounds all over social media. The incident, which spans 10 minutes over two videos, shows a disabled Black man in Charles County, Md. being pulled out of his car by local police while he’s riding in the car with his family. The caption of the video reads: “Do anyone know a lawyer in Charles County Maryland? This is how they treated my paralyzed husband.”
PWC police search for 3 suspects after shots fired in Babylon Hookah and Sports Bar parking lot
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Md. - Police continue to search for three suspects after a parking lot verbal altercation escalated to shots fired at Babylon Hookah and Sports Bar in Woodbridge. According to police, during the encounter Thursday night, the men began to physically fight before multiple shots were fired. All...
Man turns self in months after alleged role in deadly shooting at Va. apartment complex
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. (7News) — A Woodbridge, Virginia man turned himself in on Wednesday, roughly four months after he was allegedly involved in a deadly shooting of a 25-year-old man at an apartment complex, Prince William County police said. Officials said Jeffrey Hampton, 34, is now in police...
Wanted Stafford teen allegedly tries to grab officer's gun amid struggle
An unnamed Stafford teenager who was wanted in two jurisdictions tried to fight his way out of an arrest Wednesday, according to Stafford County Sheriff’s Office. SCSO said Fredericksburg Police Dept. reached out to advise that the teen was wanted in Fredericksburg on a misdemeanor larceny charge and grand larceny of a firearm. The minor was also wanted in Hampton for failure to appear, but SCSO did not disclose what matter was before the court in that city.
The Good Word Podcast: Virginia Ali on Ben’s Chili Bowl legacy, her faith, and future plans
Ben’s Chili Bowl Founder Virginia Ali talks about her Muslim faith, motherhood, youth crime, and what’s next for Ben’s Chili Bowl after celebrating 65 years in business, including possibly opening a Virginia location in Dumfries! SUBSCRIBE NOW!
Piccowaxen Middle School Student Faces Disciplinary Actions for Possession of Training Knife
On September 28, a Piccowaxen Middle School administrator found a butterfly training knife in a student's possession. The school resource officer was informed and initiated an investigation. The student is now facing disciplinary actions from the Charles County Public Schools (CCPS). Officer Caballero is leading the investigation.