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Part of the Washington metropolitan area Manassas was host to the first large land battle of the American Civil Was, the First Battle of Bull Run. The city will honor the 150th anniversary of this battle in 2011. The area only grew into a city after the war, beginning in 1873. Today the city is a sprawling of suburb of D.C., and is home to many residents who commute for work. The eleventh of the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks took place right outside the city limits of Manassas.

Population: 35135
Local Newspapers: Manassas Journal Messenger
Local Sports Teams: George Mason Patriots
Local Colleges: George Mason University Northern Virginia Community College

Zip Codes associated with manassas, virginia: 20109 20110 20111 20112
Towns/Cities near manassas, virginia : Bull Run Yorkshire Linton Hall Buckhall Clifton Manassas Park Sudley Nokesville Gainesville Haymarket

Manassas News
New southbound Express lane opens in Stafford on Halloween

This Halloween won't be so scary for drivers on Interstate 95 in Stafford County when traffic relief comes in the form of a new lane. A project to extend Interstate 95 Express Lanes by two miles in Stafford County, adding new northbound and southbound ramps, will open to traffic ahead of schedule on The $50 million project extends Express Lanes beyond the flyover ramp where they end today, just north of Route 610 .

Hugo will introduce legislation to force Dominion to bury Haymarket power line

Delegate Tim Hugo today joined local leaders to promote new legislation that would require Dominion to bury a new powerline in Haymarket. Following the election, Hugo said he would work with state lawmakers to draft legislation that would not only force Dominion Energy to bury a 230kv, five-mile-long power line to a new data center in Haymarket, but also bury lines where the prospect of overhead powerlines threatens property values elsewhere in the state.

Virginia Railway Express apologizes after lengthy Friday commute

A portion of the track just south of Long Bridge across the Potomac River in Arlington caught fire, leaving passengers stranded for hours. First, we would like to apologize to everyone affected by the service disruption last Friday evening due to the brush fires north of Crystal City.

Davis Ford and Yates Ford roads Traffic Think Tank Survey

As we promised those who attended our Davis Ford and Yates Ford roads Traffic Think Tank, here is the survey where you can give us your opinions on traffic conditions on those roads. This week, we'll post some of the questions and answers that we didn't have time to address at Thursday night's meeting, like this one .

'Upon arrival, firefighters observed smoke and fire showing...

On Thursday, October 19th at 10:24 a.m., fire and rescue units were dispatched to an apartment fire at Woodburn Apartments located in the 7800 block of Keara Court in Manassas. Upon arrival, firefighters observed smoke and fire showing from the side of an apartment that had extended into the home.

Boeing invests in autonomous flight tech provider

Boeing Co said on Thursday it invested in Near Earth Autonomy, a Pittsburgh-based firm that develops technologies enabling autonomous flight such as drones. In addition to the undisclosed investment, Boeing said the two companies will also explore products and applications for emerging markets such as urban mobility.

The 'Bustaurant' Business

Timothy Van Gorder, a 21-year-old James Madison University junior from Manassas, Va., eats lunch at the Breakfast Bus on Oct. 11. Holly Hancock , a sandwich artist, and grill cook Allison Whitmer make lunches for customers at the Breakfast Bus on Oct. 11. Holly Hancock , a sandwich artist, and grill cook Allison Whitmer make lunches for customers at the Breakfast Bus on Oct. 11. Timothy Van Gorder, a 21-year-old James Madison University junior from Manassas, Va., eats lunch at the Breakfast Bus on Oct. 11. Former James Madison University student Christian Heafner transformed an ordinary yellow school bus into a hit breakfast eatery for students and locals.

Sylvie Kent, 6, of Manassas, Va., sitting on her mother, Mel Kent's...

Sylvie Kent, 6, of Manassas, Va., sitting on her mother, Mel Kent's shoulders, holds up a placard during a rally against what they call a "Muslim ban" in front of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. less Sylvie Kent, 6, of Manassas, Va., sitting on her mother, Mel Kent's shoulders, holds up a placard during a rally against what they call a "Muslim ban" in front of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, ... more WASHINGTON - This is the story of how an office supply glitch became a major irritant between the United States and one of its close security partners.

Joe Biden endorses Danica Roem

Former Vice President Joe Biden this week endorsed Danica Roem in her race against Virginia state Del. Bob Marshall .

Letter: The county needs to protect our water supply

This is about two creeks: Cedar Run and Broad Run, that rise on Wild Cat Mountain.

Outdoor Food Festival to stock shelves for ACTS food pantry

The Prince William Chamber of Commerce will host their annual Cuisine de Commerce on Thursday, November 2 from 3:00-6:00 p.m. in the parking lot of the Chamber's building at 9720 Capital Court near the Manassas Airport. This year the event transforms from a luncheon into an outdoor food festival; complete with live music by classic rock cover band Type A, cornhole boards and all-you-can-eat samples from the area's best restaurants, caterers and food trucks.

Boeing names Aurora vet Cherry to head Phantom Works arm

Boeing has appointed former Aurora Flight Sciences executive Mark Cherry as vice president of the aerospace giant's Phantom Works advanced technology organization. Cherry takes on the new role almost two weeks after Boeing announced its acquisition of Manassas, Va.-based unmanned and electric-powered aircraft maker Aurora.

New I-66 toll lane designs feature trails, new structures, power station relocation

Under the latest designs for new toll lanes on Interstate 66 outside the Capital Beltway, a Metro power substation would be relocated, much of a jogging and bike trail would be next to the highway, and drivers would see dozens of new bridges, toll gantries and traffic patterns. The refined designs will serve as the basis of final public hearings next month .

Manassas man, 18, arrested on four counts of malicious wounding

On October 14 at 12:12 a.m, officers responded to a residence located in the 13000 block of Dane Valley Ct in Woodbridge to investigate a fight. The investigation revealed that the victim, 19-year-old man of Woodbridge, was involved in a verbal altercation with the accused, an acquaintance, which escalated.

Manassas leaders approve sale of troubled mobile home to Catholic charity

In a unanimous vote, the Manassas City Council on Monday cleared the way for a charity to purchase, and fix the beleaguered East End Mobile Home Park. The city was ready to pay $1.9 million for the park along Route 28 after its owner, East End Mobile Home Park, LLC, did not fix leading sewage in the park.

NOVEC wants to buy 'unusable land' at 13th high school site

At its public meeting on Wednesday night, the Prince William County School Board is set to approve the sale of four and a half acres of unwanted land at the site of its soon-to-be-built 13th high school to NOVEC. Summary: The Prince William County School Board recently purchased 101.5 acres of land for the 13th High School.

Short bypass options for U.S. 29/15 corridor bring out T-shirt protesters

George Phillips of the Prince William County planning office said he expected a big turnout for the final "stakeholders" meeting on proposals to improve traffic in the U.S. 29/15 corridor.

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