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Yes, I read “On the Road” by Jack Kerouac (this year), and then I saw the movie.
Several members of the community including business owners, school teachers, heads of non-profit organizations, and youth, will be recognized on a charity dinner on Friday.
Ten years, 16 employees and several hundred customers later, John Jewell and his executive vice president, Kristen Maxey, talked about lessons learned along the way to building his dream.
Though Sunday was positively steamy, visitors flooded the picturesque streets of historic Occuquan to check out the Spring Arts and Crafts Fair.
Woodbridge Senior High School hosted Arts After Dark, an event showcasing the talents of the Center for the Fine and Performing Arts (CFPA) students on May 28.
“Now You See Me” at the movie with the same name.
Spanning from the Bull Run Mountains to the shores of the Potomac and Occoquan rivers, Prince William & Manassas are filled with hiking paths that the whole family can explore.
The party is in full swing. Well, full swing for a bunch of 40-something parents. We don’t get that rowdy, really. Ever.
I’m assuming anyone who reads Potomac Local News has seen something about the ongoing story involving Prince William County’s new logo.
Saturday’s scorching heat did not deter railroad fans of all ages from attending the 19th Annual Heritage Railway Festival in Manassas.
The City of Manassas Park Parks and Recreation department invite you to join us for our Family Fun Game Night taking place at the Manassas Park Community Center on June 7 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. This event is for families of all sizes!
It's Saturday June 1, 2013, and there are a lot of events happening in our area today to ring in the second unofficial weekend of summer.
Something about plane travel makes a person feel like they’ve just come out of a time warp that requires a second round of daily hygiene.
Manassas will celebrate is rail heritage this Saturday at, appropriately enough, the 19th Annual Manassas Railway Heritage Festival.
Check out great community yard and garage sales happening this weekend!
Supervisor Peter Candland walked 33 miles across Prince William County to raise cash for charity, and to meet residents.
PACE East high school students will host their 3rd Annual Alex’s Lemonade Stand as part of the National Lemonade Days fundraiser on Friday, June 7, 2013 from 10am-1pm, at the PACE East Campus, 14780 Joplin Rd Manassas.
A woman known for giving back to the community has seen that kindness come back to her.
There's no place like home for the Young-Tejada family
With just about every movie at the theater today having a number after it or being a remake, I found myself eating chicken nuggets at “The Hangover Part III,” and it was surprisingly good -- the nuggets, that is.