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Look Back, Look Ahead: Prince William, Manassas News to Know

Lake Ridge Burger King reopens, Manassas real estate developments, upcoming hearing for Manassas Park

Look Back, Look Ahead: Prince William, Manassas News to Know

Here's a look at what happened in the past week across the region and what to look forward to in the week ahead.

An overnight officer-involved shooting in the  left one Woodbridge man dead on July 8.

Fairfax County Police said in a release that officers observed "two males acting suspiciously in the area of Frye Road and Madge Lane." 

After several years of being closed and a few delays in construction, the Tackett's Mill Burger King is projected to reopen in late July, with a grand reopening ceremony in August. 

Manassas City Council got a real estate development update last week on the status of many residential projects.

Three congressmen want the FCC to reconsider a regulation concerning backup power that the commission proposed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors meets Tuesday. On the agenda: a transfering of $12,333,800 from various sources to the Route 1 North project, a special use permit hearing for a sign and a sign modification at

Hearing Coming up on Unsolicited Proposal for Manassas Park City Hall

There will be a hearing on July 17 concerning an unsolicited proposal for a new city hall and structured parking, submitted pursuant to the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (see attachment) 

received an unsolicited proposal from a Manassas engineering company to build a new city hall and parking garage for as much as $24 million, according to city documents.

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