Prince William County News
The man in charge of Manassas National Battlefield Park assures residents Route 234 won't be closed to traffic until the proposed Bi-County Parkway is built.
A Loudoun County delegate is calling on Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell to stop moving ahead with the controversial Bi-County Parkway and leave it in the hands of the next governor.
It's not what anyone would expect to see in the middle of a popular, busy outdoor shopping center: A small, private cemetery.
The Prince William County Fire and Rescue Department announced Monday that firefighters are getting oxygen masks specially made for dogs and cats.
Police say thieves broke into 14 Woodbridge-area and Dumfries-area businesses last weekend, stealing cash from seven of them. Police have released surveillance video, in the hopes of identifying the burglars.
No injuries in small plane crash in Manassas, Cessna ends up overturned on runway
Two local school districts are taking an extra step to reduce the effects of concussions among student athletes as more and more research demonstrates the severe and lasting toll concussions can have on young brains.
Crews are working to repair the damage a water main break caused a town home community in Prince William County Sunday night.
The unveiling of a new 9/11 memorial is set for Sept. 11 in Prince William County, but it needs to be built first.
This weekend's best-bet concerts are divided between local favorites and stadium events.
A 44-year-old Manassas, Va., man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl.
Father accused of capital murder still needs lawyer; hearing fails to determine appointment
Operation Homefront, a nonprofit agency that offers support to military families, distributes nearly 5,000 backpacks full of school supplies to military kids in the D.C. area.
Even though he was battling a deadly childhood cancer, this warrior was more concerned with helping other kids. But on Sunday, the Woodbridge, Va. boy's battle ended. Trevor Blake was 11-years-old.
Jimmy Buffett is causing some changes to roadwork in Northern Virginia.
If you could, would you ditch the car and take a boat to work? A commuter ferry on the Potomac River for passengers only is being considered once again and this time there may be money to operate it.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says that there won't be any complete shutdowns of I-95 for bridge work. There will also be Silver Line work, and some delays on the Metro.
On Monday, the Virginia Department of Transportation will change the traffic flow in the existing High Occupancy Vehicle lanes, cutting off northbound traffic at 10 a.m., instead of 11 a.m., and opening southbound traffic at noon instead of 1 p.m.
A 56-year-old Manassas man killed himself on Thursday morning after police attempted to serve him with warrants.
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