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As I look ahead to our fourth year of covering Virginia’s Potomac Communities in Prince William, Stafford, and Manassas, you told us you wanted more local news for your neighborhood, delivered on an easy-to-read website that’s focused on where you live.

We heard you, and that’s why, today, I’d like to introduce you to our newest news sites – and As you might guess, both sites will focus on the communities of their namesake, telling stories that are important to you, as well as showcasing community events and people.

Each site will have its own editor, and I encourage you to talk to them to tell them what’s happening in your neighborhood, with your business, or with your church or with your organization. You can also use the sites’ Submit News button to ensure faster delivery of press releases and events.

Stephanie Tipple will serve as editor of She has written for for the past three years on everything from government to fashion. She knows the community, and is eager to tell the stories that affect us all.

Stephanie Tipple


Here’s a bit about Stephanie:

Stephanie Tipple is a New England native, student and freelance journalist, writing about local news, lifestyle features and fashion columns for, Prince William Living Magazine, NOVA Fortnightly and USA TODAY.

She is obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Mary Washington, before attending law school for public policy law.

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122013-rosentholMary Rosenthol will serve as editor of She was covered Manassas and Manassas Park for since 2012. She’s covered the courthouse, city schools, community meetings and festivals, as well as attended several public events. 

A published author, Rosenhtol has worked for newspapers in Massachusetts and for 

Rosenthol is also a member of the Manassas-based Write by the Rails group.

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As for, the site that started it all back in 2010, I will continue to serve as editor of Originally founded to cover the communities in eastern Prince William County, the site will get back to its roots with a renewed focus on Woodbridge, Dale City, Lake Ridge and the towns of Dumfries and Occoquan.

Finally, I cannot thank you enough for your continued support of our efforts to bring you independent local news to the communities we serve. I grew up here, attended school here, and will raise my family here. With all of the changes in the local media landscape in recent years I remain grateful you trust and turn to us to learn what is happening where we live, and rely on us to tell great stories on the events and issues that impact us all.


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      Sure, would be an effective name to represent our coverage of Woodbridge. But there are so many communities that we cover on this site in eastern Prince William County in addition to Woodbridge – Dumfries, Dale City, Lake Ridge, and Occoquan – all located near the Potomac River, we think is the right name to call our site.
      From a public perspective, Prince William County officials renamed a magisterial district to “Potomac” and the county has invested much time and energy into the “Potomac Communities” plan which focuses on the revitalization of the neighborhoods along the U.S. 1 corridor.
      Overall, we hope the new sites will allow our readers to get the news that matters to them most on a website uniquely in tune with their communities.

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