Youth baseball’s new home likely won’t be in city, says league president

GMBL attend a Manassas City Council meeting to rally support for the youth baseball league that has served the city for more than 60 years. [Photo: Uriah Kiser]

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Uriah Kiser

I was raised in Woodbridge, and I am now raising my family in Northern Virginia. I founded Potomac Local News in 2010 to provide the tools and understanding they need to participate in their government. My reporting has taken me inside the halls of state and local governments, from the chamber of commerce to the execution chamber, and the streets where the men and women of our public safety departments work tirelessly to keep us safe. I've worked the assignment desk at NBC 4 in Washington, D.C., as a crime beat reporter for, and I am a founding member of the national non-profit Local Independent Online News Publishers, where I served on the Board of Directors. I serve on the Board of Directors of Volunteer Prince William. I value your feedback, support, and your news tips.

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