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Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland, R-Gainesville, speaks during a town hall meeting at Ronald Reagan Middle School Monday, May 14, to discuss teacher complaints in county schools. School Board member Alyson Satterwhite (Gainesville), right front, participated in the event.

Candland to superintendent: ‘Find a new job’ By Jonathan Hunley

would be to find a new job,” said Candland, R-Gainesville. Candland made the comment at a public meeting he held at Reagan Middle School Monday, May 14, in the wake of controversy at the school over former Principal Alfie Turner, who has been accused of bullying and overbearing tactics by

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Prince William Superintendent Steven Walts should no longer lead the county schools, Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland said Monday night. “My first directive to Dr. Walts

current and former teachers. And since announcing he would have a meeting, Candland said he’s learned there are similar problems at other schools. So he said after the meeting that the system has gotten “so far offtrack,” that new leadership is needed in the county schools.

“This has really been eye-opening for me,” said Candland, who as a member of the Prince William Board of Supervisors does not directly oversee Walts’ employment or his contract. Mac Haddow, known as a political associate and supporter of Candland’s, See SUPERINTENDENT, Page 4

Plan to dredge Neabsco Creek moving forward By Jonathan Hunley

igate by motorized watercraft. In March, the U.S. Coast Guard abruptly removed the two navigational buoys they normally drop at the mouth of the creek at this time of year. The channel must be 5 feet deep to be considered safe for boat travel, so the move has been likened to

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A public-private partnership to dredge Neabsco Creek is moving forward. The creek needs to be dredged because the U.S. Coast Guard recently declared it too shallow to safely nav-

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closing the creek, which affects 12 businesses and about 50 jobs. The creek is home to three privately-owned marinas that house about 1,000 recreational boats as well as a water-rescue boat belonging to a Prince William County volSee NEABSCO CREEK, Page 4 Obituaries.............................................6 Puzzle Page........................................10 Real Estate..........................................13 Sports.................................................11

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4th Annual Suicide Awareness Walk Students from Forest Park High School in Woodbridge held their 4th annual Suicide Awareness Walk Saturday, May 12. Hundreds of students and families came out, all in support of removing the stigma associated with mental illness and suicide. The walk is an annual project of teacher Shannon Geraghty’s AP U.S. Government class, most of whom are seniors. The group walked from For-

est Park High School to C.D. Hylton High School, a 6-mile path students marked with numerous handmade signs with facts about suicide and notes of encouragement, including: “Suicide is not a remedy,” and “Your story is not over.” Suicide is the third-leading cause of death among students ages 15 to 24 ALL PHOTOS BY MIKE BEATY. Participants walk from Forest Park H.S. to C.D. Hylton High School as part of Saturday’s 4th Annual Suicide Awareness Week.

The walk is organized by FPHS teacher Shannon Geraghty’s and her AP U.S. Government students. Geraghty was recognized this year with a community service award from the Virginia Education Association.

Hundreds of students and community members participated in Forest Park High School’s 4th Annual Suicide Awareness Walk Saturday, May 12.

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Ebert mum on Dems’ request to ditch bail bonds By Jonathan Hunley Times Staff Writer

Four of Prince William County’s Democratic state lawmakers are asking the county’s top prosecutor to end the cash bail-bond system, citing the cost of pre-trial incarceration to taxpayers and a system that keeps poor people in jail while those with financial means post bonds for their release. But so far, Commonwealth’s Attorney Paul Ebert, also a Democrat, has neither responded to the lawmakers’ request nor to calls for comment from this publication. Dels. Jennifer Carroll Foy, D-2nd; Danica Roem, D-13th; Elizabeth Guzman, D-31st; and Lee Carter, D-50th, recently sent a letter to Ebert, asking him to follow the lead of his counterpart in Richmond in not seeking bail bonds for criminal defendants. Bonds are set for certain defendants to make sure they show up for trial, but the delegates believe that if defendants aren’t a flight risk or a danger to themselves or others, they shouldn’t be forced to pay to maintain their freedom. Instead, the lawmakers asked Ebert to create a pretrial release system based only on public safety and flight risk. If someone isn’t a danger or a flight risk,

he should be released before trial. If he is, he should be held. “The money piece should be eliminated,” Foy said in an interview. Foy is a public defender in Arlington, but she was a magistrate judge in Richmond for about three years. As such, she’s participated in hundreds, if not thousands, of bail hearings. And she’s seen people struggle to pay bail or have to stay in jail before trial because they couldn’t pay. In the letter to Ebert, the delegates wrote that the current system of cash bail denies many Americans the presumption of innocence. “Not only does cash bail have a disproportionately negative impact on low-income individuals and people of color, the current system does little to improve public safety and straddles localities with a significant financial burden,” they wrote. According to the Pretrial Justice Institute, it costs taxpayers about $75 a day to hold a person in jail pretrial, the delegates wrote, compared to just $7 a day to supervise someone in the community before trial. The system also affects the accused, they wrote. “Even a single day of pretrial incarceration can impose high costs on

an accused person, including family strain and loss in income, employment and education,” they wrote. And eliminating cash bail wouldn’t mean that those accused of serious violent crimes would be out on the streets, as they’re not eligible for bond in Virginia. “They already can’t get out,” Foy said in the interview. The delegates noted in their letter that other prosecutors are reforming their bail systems. In Philadelphia, for example, District Attorney Larry Krasner recently announced that city prosecutors would not seek cash bail for 25 types of misdemeanors and for some non-violent felonies. And Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney Michael Herring instructed prosecutors to make an assessment of a defendant’s risk to the community and recommend to a judge his or her release without bond with pretrial conditions if the defendant does not pose an unacceptable risk. “We believe that Prince William County residents would benefit by changing the cash bail policy in a similar way to these prosecutors across the country,” the delegates wrote. Reach Jonathan Hunley at jhunley@fauquier.com.

Five displaced by Haymarket and Dumfries fires on Sunday.

Colgan student named National Merit Scholarship winner Grace Yeboah-Kodie, a senior at Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School, is among about 2,500 high school seniors to receive a $2,500 scholarship in the 2018 National Merit program. She was named in September as a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. Yeboah-Kodie earned the Merit Scholar title on the basis of her abilities, accomplishments, and personal attributes considered important for success in rigorous college studies. She qualified for the honor through her outstanding score on the Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test. In addition, her scholarship application included an essay and information about her participation and leadership in school and community activities. She was chosen from among 15,000 finalists.

Motorcyclist killed in Manassas

Prince William County fire and rescue crews responded to two large house fires Sunday, fire and rescue officials said. First, at 9:12 a.m. Sunday, May 13, fire and rescue units were called to the 4000 block of La Mauricie Loop, in the Dumfries area, for a reported townhouse fire, Prince William County fire and rescue officials said in a news release. Before the fire department arrived, a Prince William County police officer entered the home to help the occupant safely leave the building, the news release. CREDIT??? The occupant was awakened by the This single-family home on the 6800 block of Noyes Avenue in the Haymarket area fire and tried to extinguish it, but was was “totally destroyed” by a fire reported at 11:51 p.m. Sunday, May 13. There unsuccessful, the news release said. The occupant was taken to an area were no injuries. medical facility with non-life-threat- were called to a house fire on the An occupant of the house discovered ening injuries. The police officer was 6800 block of Noyes Avenue in the the fire on the rear deck and alerted the also treated at a local hospital for Haymarket area, fire and rescue offi- other occupants, who all safely left the non-life-threatening injuries and was cials said in a news release. home. There were no injuries. released, the news release said. When they arrived, the single-famThe home “was totally deThe fire marshal’s office determined ily home was “fully involved” and stroyed” and four other homes were that a portable electric fan next to the victim’s bed ignited the fire. The home the blaze was threatening four other “damaged from radiant heat,” the news release said. A family of four was posted as unsafe to occupy and the structures, the news release said. A second alarm was dispatched was displaced by the fire. Red Cross was called to help the resi“based on the volume of fire and the The fire marshal’s office is still dedent, the news release said. Then, at 11:51 p.m. Sunday, units exposure buildings,” fire officials said. termining the cause of the fire.

A 25-year-old Manassas man was killed Friday night when he crashed his motorcycle into two parked vehicles in the West Gate area, according to Prince William County police. About 7:18 p.m. Friday, May 11, officers with the crash investigation unit responded to the area of Portsmouth Road and Deward Court, off Lomond Drive, to investigate a crash involving a motorcycle, according to a police press release. The investigation revealed that the operator of a 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 650 motorcycle was traveling west on Portsmouth Road, just west of Deward Court, when he lost control of the motorcycle and struck two parked vehicles. The motorcyclist was identified as Luis Enrique Chirino Rodriguez, 25, of Manassas. He was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and was pronounced dead at the hospital, the press release said. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.

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Plan to dredge Neabsco Creek moving forward NEABSCO CREEK, from Page 1 unteer fire department. The marinas also house a boat lift, used by larger vessels from across the region, and the only gas station in the region open 365 days a year. The potential danger to recreational boaters is that they can be left stranded if their boats run aground, the Coast Guard said in a news release about the issue. Or, in cases where a vessel is traveling at a high speed, boaters can be ejected and suffer injuries or be killed. But the danger to the three marinas, and a fourth that plans to open, is economic, as boaters may not want to visit the businesses at the creek if they perceive it’s unsafe. “There’s danger signs, you

know,” said Michael Hart, owner of EZ Cruz Marina. Prince William County Supervisor Frank Principi, D-Woodbridge, and a coalition of community members and federal, state and local officials are trying to find a solution to the problem. They have agreed that the four marinas would create a limited liability company to oversee the dredging. The LLC would have an eight-member board, a member representing each marina and four members from the public. The coalition also decided that the budget for the entire project will be between $1 million and $1.7 million, depending on whether the creek is dredged to a depth of 5 feet or 6 feet. The Prince William Board of Supervisors agreed recently to provide

$750,000 for the dredging, so that means the marina owners would have to come up with the rest, Principi said. The dredging would take six weeks, and it would have to be done between July 1 and Feb. 15. “So we think, with this price tag, with this window/timetable, with the LLC, we can get this done in this year actually,” Principi said. “That’s the good news.” He also said the supervisors likely will discuss the matter June 19, and he praised the Neabsco Creek community for their work on it. “The community identified a problem, and they’ve come together as a coordinated unit to deal with it,” he said. Reach Jonathan Hunley at jhunley@fauquier.com.

Candland to superintendent: ‘Find a new job’ SUPERINTENDENT, from Page 1 also called for Walts’ termination during the meeting, saying the school board should take the action when members evaluate the superintendent next week. The school board is scheduled to meet in closed session May 23 for Walts’ annual evaluation. “Let us trust our teachers. Let us have them work in a classroom where they’re respected by their administrators. And let’s let our kids enjoy a good quality education, and it’s not going to happen with Steven Walts in this school system — ever,” Haddow said. Attempts to reach Walts for comment through Phil Kavits, associate superintendent for communication and technology services, were not immediately successful Tuesday morning. In an email, Kavits said Walts likely would not have time to comment Tuesday as he was out visiting schools. “I can tell you that Dr. Walts is focused on finishing up a year of student successes at Reagan and across the division,” Kavits wrote, noting that Joe Murgo, now an assistant principal at Saunders Middle School, will take over as Reagan Middle School’s new

principal next year. “We announced the new Reagan Middle School principal to the school community yesterday and look forward to the strong and positive leadership he will bring,” Kavits wrote. Candland invited Walts to attend the meeting and speak on a controversial public letter about Turner that was sent to parents of Reagan students April 27. But Walts declined, saying it was inappropriate to discuss a personnel matter. In addition to Haddow, others in the audience of teachers, parents and community members criticized Walts, which made an impression on School Board member Alyson Satterwhite (Gainesville), who attended the meeting along with School Board member Gil Trenum (Brenstsville). After the meeting, Satterwhite didn’t say Walts should be fired, but she said she would take those comments under consideration. “There was a very strong feeling in the room tonight, a very strong opinion from, I would say, most of the room, and I think all options are on the table,” she said. Trenum declined to comment on

Walts’ employment. Of the eight-member school board, only Trenum and Satterwhite attended the meeting. Both their districts overlap Ronald Reagan Middle School’s attendance boundaries. All three elected officials – Candland, Satterwhite and Trenum – are endorsed by the Prince William County GOP. Satterwhite has announced her candidacy in the upcoming November special election for school board chairman. She faces at least one opponent so far, Interim School Board Chairman Dr. Babur Lateef. Lateef, a Democrat, was appointed to the chairman’s post by the school board in April in a party-line vote. Attempts to reach Lateef for comment were not immediately successful Tuesday. Aside from discussing the superintendent specifically, the crowd at the meeting asked questions and spoke about concerns they had with the school system, including the suppression of teachers’ complaints about administrators and other instances of bullying. Riley O’Casey, a middle school teacher who leads the Prince William Education Association, the local arm of the Virginia Education Association teachers’ union, said she was bullied by a school administrator 13 years ago. O’Casey said she taught a principal’s son and was told to change his grades. She didn’t, but she ended up being involuntarily transferred to another school. The ordeal left a toll on O’Casey, but she said PWEA will continue fighting such situations until they end. “We won’t stop,” she said. “I won’t stop.” Candland also held a closed session at Reagan Middle immediately before the public meeting. That forum was to allow teachers to speak with him in private about their concerns about bullying or intimidation by administrators. Reach Jonathan Hunley at jhunley@fauquier.com.

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Supervisors name executive director of community services The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has named Lisa Madron as executive director of community services, Lisa Madron a public agency providing mental health, developmental disability, substance abuse, emergency services and early intervention programs for residents of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. The search for a new executive director came following the announced retirement of the current director. Madron has more than 30 years of experience in social work, counseling and administration in both public and non-profit agencies. She has been with Prince William Community Services for nearly 18 years, most recently serving as the deputy director. “I truly love serving the Prince William community, and feel privileged to be named as the executive director of Community Services,” said Madron. “I am excited to continue working with the amazing team we have in CS as we strive to meet the needs of our clients.” Madron is a licensed clinical social worker and received her Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and Master of Arts in Developmental Psychology from George Mason University. Additionally, she is a certified cultural and linguistic competence level I facilitator, certified early intervention professional, certified public manager, certified trauma specialist, certified clinical hypnotherapist and certified addiction counselor.

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Health insurance companies serving Fauquier and Prince William residents on the individual insurance market are asking for average premium increases ranging from 15 to 64.3 percent next year. Other counties throughout the commonwealth are affected as well. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) decried the proposed double-digit premium hikes in a statement he issued May 10. Northam blamed the Trump administration’s “active sabotage of the health care system” and called on the Virginia General Assembly to approve a budget that expands Medicaid. The Trump policies “include a recent announcement encouraging substandard short-term health insurance plans that ultimately result in financial penalties on people with pre-existing conditions,” Northam said. “It is essential that Virginia’s leaders clearly state our opposition to any policies that seek to undermine the sustainability of the insurance market our citizens depend on ... But we can also take commonsense, proactive actions right now that will help to ameliorate these rate increases and stabilize the health insurance market for years to come, like expanding Medicaid,” the governor said. The commonwealth’s Bureau of Insurance will be reviewing the rate requests this summer with a goal of completing its work by August. The insurers will have an opportunity to make presentations in July to the State Corporation Commission, but action on the filings is an administrative function handled by the Bureau of Insurance, explained Ken Schrad, director of information resources for the SCC. The Bureau of Insurance is part of the SCC, which is a regulatory agency overseeing insurance companies, utilities, securities, retail franchises, railroads and state-chartered financial institutions. May 4 was the deadline for the health insurers to file their rate submissions. Schrad said there is typically a back and forth between the insurance companies and the Bureau of Insurance. The insurers may alter their original filings. The bureau will make recommendations to the federal government about rates charged by any insurer that offers coverage through the health insurance exchange. For any insurer not in the federal exchange, the bureau decides if the requested rates are justified. The following insurers offer health coverage in Fauquier and Prince William counties and have requested the following: • CareFirst Blue Choice Inc. seeks a 26.6-percent average rate increase. The average per member monthly rate would be $896.49. CareFirst is available to residents north and east of Va. 123.

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OBITUARIES George William Baker, Jr.

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George William Baker, Jr., 61, of Winchester died Sunday, May 6, 2018 in Winchester Medical Center. He was born February 5, 1957 in Warrenton, VA the son of George Sr., and Gladys Rider Baker. He was married to Kathy Baker for 22 years. He was a lifetime member and past vice president of the Remington Fire Company in Fauquier County. He was a fisherman and a gardener in his spare time. He doted on his grandchildren. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children, Heather Riddle and her husband Billy of Waynesville, NC., Bobby Baker and his wife Heather of Culpeper, VA, Todd Lewis and his wife, Heather of Winchester, David Williams, Jr., and his wife Ashley of Winchester, Bryan Williams and his wife Chelsea of Key Largo, Fl., and Josh Williams of Warrenton; thirteen grandchildren; a brother, Mike Baker and a sister, Debbie Baker and a large extended family. His son, George Baker, III and brother, Dennis Baker preceded him in death. George’s final ride left Phelps Funeral Home at 12:00 pm Saturday with a funeral at 2:00 p.m. at Remington Volunteer Fire Department 200 E. Marshall St. Remington officiated by Reverend Steve Melester. Arrangements are by Phelps Funeral & Cremation Service. www.phelpsfunerals.com

Born May 30, 1949, Sherman died peacefully on April 26, 2018. He was loved by many and is survived by sisters, Donna and Connie, brother Michael and sister-in-law Bonnie, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Sherman was preceded in death by his father Ralph, mother Ramona, and brother Pete. He served honorably in the U.S. Army for 10+ years including a tour of duty in Germany in the 70’s. His favorite place was North Myrtle Beach especially twice a year during SOS where he danced the Shag like no other. May he Rest In Peace and dance with the Angels forever. A private ceremony will be held at Culpeper National Cemetery. A special thanks to all of the caring hearts and hands at Brookside in Warrenton, Culpeper Health, and Hospice of Piedmont. Please visit www.tibbsfuneralhome.com for information and to leave notes of condolence.

Dr. John Gonzalez Dr. John Gonzalez, 59, of Manassas, VA passed away on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at the Novant Health Prince William Medical Center. Dr. Gonzalez was born and raised in Queens, New York. He graduated from Columbia College in 1979 and received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine in 1983. He completed his residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. In 1987, Dr. Gonzalez settled in Northern Virginia and began private practice at what is now Capital Women’s Care. Dr. Gonzalez maintained staff privileges at Novant Health Prince William Medical Center, Inova Fair Oaks Hospital, Fauquier Hospital, and Novant Health Haymarket Medical Center, and served on the clinical teaching faculty of George Mason University. Dr. Gonzalez was consistently recognized in Washingtonian Magazine’s annual survey of Top Doctors as one of the best 100 OB/GYN physicians in the Washington Metropolitan area. Dr. Gonzalez also volunteered his time and skills to the Prince William Free Clinic and completed a medical mission trip to Haiti each year. Over the course of his career, Dr. Gonzalez delivered over 7,000 children. As a bilingual caregiver, Dr. Gonzalez was a valued member of the diverse local medical community he dedicatedly served. Dr. Gonzalez was Board Certified and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He was a member of the Prince William Medical Society and the Medical Society of Virginia. At the time of his passing, he was acting Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Prince William Hospital, and had previously served on many hospital committees during his years of service there. In addition, Dr. Gonzalez served the local arts community by acting as a Board member of the Manassas Center for the Arts. Beyond his professional accomplishments, Dr. Gonzalez was a beloved family man. He enjoyed traveling with his family and watching reality television. Dr. Gonzalez is survived by his loving wife, Michele Dempsey Gonzalez, and his four children – Jennifer, Katherine, Gregory, and Jacob – and a grandson, Bryce. He is also survived by his mother, Mary Perez Gonzalez, and his brother, Ralph Gonzalez, and sister, Mary Chiofalo, and their families. The family received friends from 6:00-9:00PM on Friday, May 11, 2018 at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 12:00PM on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at All Saints Catholic Church, 9300 Stonewall Road, Manassas, VA. Interment followed at Stonewall Memory Gardens, Manassas, VA. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in his name to the Prince William Free Clinic.

Sharon Kaye Stauffer Sharon Kaye Stauffer, age 72, of Bristow, VA entered into God’s eternal care on Friday, May 11, 2018 at the Inova Fairfax Hospital. She was born on September 15, 1945 in Ft. Smith, Arkansas the daughter of the late Charles M. and Geneva Brooks Catton. The deceased was a retired secretary for Black and Decker. She was an active member of Shepherds of the Hills Lutheran Church. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth J. Stauffer; one son, Michael E. Stauffer and wife Dana of Gainesville, VA; three grandsons, Elias, Aaron and Christian Stauffer; one brother, James Catton of Vancouver, Washington. Sharon was a devout Christian, a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She enjoyed cooking, baking, flowers, bird-watching, playing the piano, and spending time with her three grandsons. She also had two Maltese dogs, Maddie and Molly, whom she loved. Sharon was an amazing woman who always put others before herself. The family will receive friends from 6:00-8:00PM Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA where funeral services will be held at 10:00AM Thursday, May 17, 2018 with Rev. Darcy Percy officiating.


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INSURANCE, from Page 5 • Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company seeks a 15-percent average increase, which would amount to a $611 average monthly premium. • Group Hospitalization and Medical Services Inc. seeks a 64.3 percent average increase, resulting in an average monthly premium of $1,573.89. • HeathKeepers Inc. seeks a 5.6 percent average increase, resulting in an average monthly premium of $720.59. • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States seeks a 32.1 percent increase, resulting in an average monthly premium of $464.69. Reach James Ivancic at jivancic@ fauquier.com.

County to hold meeting about Neabsco Mills Road widening Those who use Neabsco Mills Road between Smoke Court and U.S. 1 know the two-lane road in Woodbridge is congested during morning and evening commutes. Relief is coming in about four years, according to a Prince William County press release. Northern Virginia Community College’s Woodbridge campus, Freedom High School and commercial and religious facilities contribute to traffic congestion along the road during off-peak hours, said Gladis Arboleda, an engineer with the Prince William County Department of Transportation.

A project to widen the road to four lanes along the 4,300-foot stretch should take care of the problem, the press release said. “The planned widening of this road is anticipated to ease traffic congestion that occurs regularly and improve vehicular flow for all daily commuters and users of facilities along the roadway,” Arboleda said. The county’s Department of Transportation will hold an informational meeting from 7-9 p.m. May 21 at Freedom High School to give people a chance to preview of the plans for project. The $33.5-million project will include the construction of a shared-use trail along the east side of Neabsco Mills Road, along with a pedestrian

sidewalk on the west side of the road. Design for the road-widening project is underway, with construction set to begin in October 2020. Construction is scheduled to be completed in August 2022. For more information about transportation projects in the county, visit www.pwcgov.org/transportation.

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An informational meeting about the widening of Neabsco Mills Road will be held May 21. The project will widen the road to four lanes.

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‘Colin: Son, Marine, Hero’ A new version of the ballet Amy Wolfe wrote to honor her Marine son’s sacrifice takes the stage this weekend By Jill Palermo

Times Staff Writer

Before Lance Cpl. Colin Wolfe shipped off to Iraq in 2006, then a 19-year-old who’d just finished Marine Corps boot camp, he was a Manassas kid, a recent graduate of Osbourn High School and, for most of his life, a dancer. Colin Wolfe’s mother, Amy Wolfe, is director of the Manassas Ballet Theatre. Colin grew up dancing, she has said, mostly because she did. And although ballet would not become his

life’s passion, Colin was disciplined and diligent in the studio, staying with ballet until he graduated from Osbourn in 2005. After that, Colin Wolfe turned his focus to the U.S. Marine Corps. He had decided to enlist nearly four years earlier, on Sept. 11, 2001, when he was just 14. It was a decision, his mother says, made in response to the terrorist attacks as well as a family vacation to Normandy. That’s where Colin saw the white Stars of David marking the graves of U.S. service members who

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died fighting there and was moved by their sacrifice. Tragically, his military service was cut short. Just seven weeks after deploying to Iraq, Lance Cpl. Colin Wolfe was killed by a roadside bomb. His family buried him in Arlington Cemetery on Sept. 11, 2006. Seven years later, Amy Wolfe decided to commemorate her son’s life and sacrifice in the best way she knew how: through dance. The Manassas Ballet performed the original version of “Colin: Son, Marine, Hero,” in 2013. In its inaugural version, the ballet was just one act. Since then, Amy Wolfe has expanded it to a full ballet, which was performed both in Manassas and in California in 2014. This week, the Manassas Ballet Theatre will perform the latest iteration of the ballet, which Amy Wolfe has further expanded to include scenes depicting Colin as a 14-yearold boy, the age he was when the 9-11 terrorist attacks spurred his interest in military service. Previous versions of the ballet depicted Colin as a 10-year-old boy and then as a 19-year-old leaving for active duty. Amy Wolfe said she revised the choreography to add a pivotal time in her son’s life – when he set his mind to joining the Marines. “That way, the audience would see Colin was still just a boy when he decided to be a Marine and made that dangerous decision about his life,” Amy Wolfe said recently. “I felt it would read so much better that way than to have the audience see him only as a full-grown male dancer.” The ballet remains set to the original score that Amy Wolfe’s friend, Mark Menza, wrote for the initial show. Wolfe said she shortened transitions to fit in extra scenes of Colin, his younger sister CeCe and their friends as teens. The ballet depicts scenes from Amy Wolfe’s life from the time she met her husband, Mark Wolfe, who serves as a Manassas City Councilman, through the various stages of Colin and CeCe’s childhood. The story begins at the end, however, when two uniformed Marines

knock on the door of the Wolfes’ Manassas home in the middle of the night back in August 2006 to tell them of their son’s death. Amy Wolfe said she believes the additional scenes depicting Colin’s teen years will allow the audience a fuller picture of their family’s life as well as Colin’s. The changes also amount to a different experience for those who might have seen earlier versions. “That’s the message I’ve been trying to get out there. That even if people saw [the previous ballet], they haven’t seen what exists now,” she said. What has not changed is Amy Wolfe’s mission for the ballet. As she told writer last year, the ballet was not created for her family or even for Colin. After his death, Amy Wolfe said she met some of the young men her son served with and felt their pain—pain stemming both from the horrors of war as well as the guilt they felt for surviving what some of their friends did not. “Colin became a Marine because he was passionate about making the world a better place,” Amy Wolfe told writer Caitlin Scott. “I created the ballet because I wanted those boys to know they should take his loss as a reason to make the most of their time in the world and to carry on his mission.” “I want them to understand that they were saved for a reason,” she added. “The reason is to move on.” Reach Jill Palermo at jpalermo@ fauquier.com. “Colin: Son, Marine, Hero” will be performed at the Hylton Performing Arts Center on Friday, May 18; Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20. All performances are at 7:30 p.m. All active-duty military members, retirees, veterans and first responders will be granted free admission. Tickets purchased in the same transaction as a military member, veteran or first responder will be discounted 25 percent. Enter the coupon code: Service. Tickets can be purchased at the Manassas Ballet Theatre website, www.manassasballet.org.


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In defense of a free press A free press was foremost on our founders’ minds at the country’s founding. This is hardly surprising. Pamphlets and newspapers had been instrumental in unifying the colonies in the war for independence. They recognized the Constitution provided the mechanism for the nation to run, but public opinion was the driving force for the nation’s success. The press was the best form of mass communication in the years leading up to the revolution. Throughout the colonies, newspapers cooperated with each other to spread ideas and information, much the way syndicates and wire services do today. The founders recognized that when writing the Constitution. The new government was based on the idea of checks and balances, and the ultimate check of that power was the people. The founders knew the free press would serve as the avenue to hold the government accountable. “…the basis of our governments being the opinion of the people, the very first object should be to keep that right; and were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. but I should mean that every man should receive those papers & be capable of reading them,” Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1787. Two-plus centuries have changed the nature of the press, but time hasn’t changed its intrinsic role in

our republic. Whether online, through social media, on television or through traditional newspapers, the public generally relies on the reporting of others to inform it of what the government is up to. Today, credibility of sources is of the utmost importance. While there are many advantages to our new, connected world, there are some major red flags to consider: Anonymity: Through web design, it is easy for anonymous writers, lacking access and information, to write with a perception of authority. It is also simple for a site to mimic and established source. Ease of distribution: Through social media, which has yet to develop reliable safeguards,

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BATTLEFIELD MAKES GIRLS LACROSSE FINAL The top-seeded Battlefield girls lacrosse team defeated Osbourn on Monday and hosts the Patriot-Osbourn Park winner in Wednesday’s Cedar Run District final, weather permitting.

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‘WE SPOKE IT INTO EXISTENCE’ Former Stonewall Jackson and Hokie stars Settle, Stroman continue parallel paths as Redskins

By Noah Fleischman Special to the Times

High school, college and now NFL teammates. The duo of defensive tackle Tim Settle and cornerback Greg Stroman remain paired after being drafted by the Washington Redskins following their careers at Stonewall Jackson High and Virginia Tech. “There’s a reason why we keep ending up on the same team, and there’s a reason why we keep being close,” said Settle. “I know we are going to make plays together and that’s what we have been doing, and we are going to keep doing it.” Settle was selected with the 163rd overall pick in the fifth round and Stroman was picked 241st overall in the seventh round. They donned burgundy Skins jerseys last week at rookie mini-camp in Ashburn. Settle wore No. 97, Settle wore No. 25. After Settle was selected by the Redskins, the Stroman household started to wonder if the two could play together again at the next level. “It shocked me a little bit, but I mean my family and I talked about it, we brought it up,” said Stroman. “It’s kind of like we spoke it into existence and that’s what happened. It was exciting to hear the news and now we just got to play.” Only 20, Settle declared for the NFL draft with two years left of eligibility, after starting in 13 games for the Hokies last season. He recorded a career-high 36 total tackles, including 21 solo tackles and four sacks. In Settle’s first drill with the Redskins, defensive line coach Jim Tomsula barked, “Good job Settle!” He had just finished his first time through a footwork drill. Stroman had his best season returning punts as a senior, averaging 11 yards per return, including two

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Defying unbelievably long odds, Tim Settle and Greg Stroman are playing together as rookies for the Washington Redskins. “It was exciting to hear the news and now we just got to play,” said Stroman, taken in the seventh round after Settle was taken in the fifth. Both played at Stonewall Jackson and Virginia Tech. punt return touchdowns. “It’s a blessing to be close to home, it’s a blessing to be playing for a coach that recruited me,” said Stroman, who is 22 and was born in Warrenton. “It’s just a blessing to have one of my good friends to be my teammate once again. [He’s] my good luck penny, that’s how I look at it, and we play well together. And when we are on the same team we take care of each other.” Stroman was recruited by Torrian Gray to play at Virginia Tech when Stroman was playing at Stonewall. Gray coached for 10 seasons in Blacksburg, coaching the defensive backs. He joined the Washington coaching staff this offseason as the defensive backs coach. Former Redskin cornerback and Virginia Tech alum Kendall Fuller gave Stroman some advice about Washington. Fuller played for the

Hokies during Stroman’s freshman and sophomore seasons in Blacksburg. Fuller was traded from Washington in the offseason to Kansas City in exchange for quarterback Alex Smith. “I talked to [Kendall] a lot, I talked to him [draft day]. I talk to him twice a week, three times a week,” said Stroman. “That’s been my big brother, him and coach Gray I give them all the praise of how I learned to play corner. I was a quarterback in high school, then I came to college, got under his wing and coach Gray’s wing and those guys really helped me along the way.” Settle and Stroman have built a bond since playing at Stonewall. This bond has allowed them to create a competitive atmosphere so far in their early NFL careers. “It’s been easier [transitioning

into the NFL] having someone with me, so I’m not alone even though we are from this area,” said Settle. “Me and Greg have always been close, so [it’s been] us just bonding together and going over the playbook. I would tell him ‘Bet I know this more than you,’ and you could do stuff like that. I can joke with him because I know how he is and his personality.” Stroman played cornerback and returned punts at Virginia Tech. Leading up to the draft Stroman was criticized for being too small to play cornerback in the NFL, but he looks to prove his doubters wrong this season. “I feel like [my] versatility will help, I just have to go out there and prove certain things,” said Stroman. “I have to prove I can play corner. I have to prove I can learn the system. I have to prove I can return punts. It’s starting all over again from square one.”

Thornton’s two homers propel Colgan softball Morgan Thornton pitched a two-hit shutout and hit two home runs to help the Colgan Sharks produce a pair of 10-run innings en route to a 24-0 victory Friday over Freedom via 10-run mercy rule at home in Manassas. Thornton hit a three-run home run in the botPHOTO BY DOUG STROUD tom of the first to help Colgan take a 10-0 lead, and she hit a two-run home run in the third as the Patriot is the top seed in this week’s Cedar Run girls soccer tournament. sharks improved to 14-5 (9-3 Cardinal District).

Hylton softball rolls, 14-0

Hylton pitcher Kiaya Jeusi bulldozed through Potomac’s batting order Friday on her way to a complete game shutout and 14-0 win in five innings via 10-run mercy rule on the road in Woodbridge. She struck out six while allowing only four hits and zero walks as Hylton (15-4) went 10-2 and finished second in the Cardinal District to Forest Park.

Correction Hylton’s Nile Owen was not ejected for throwing a punch in an April 19 boys lacrosse game against Forest Park. A different player wore the uniform number listed as Owen’s on Hylton’s roster.


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As usual, Potomac reigns in the end

Panthers overcome Hylton, 7-3, to win Cardinal baseball crown By Jeff Malmgren Times Staff Writer

With the outright district championship on the line, a blistering ground ball took a high hop off the dirt during the top of the second inning Friday. It ricocheted off the right cheek of Potomac third baseman Brandon Grigsby, so Nicholas Ericsson reached base on an error and later scored to give the Hylton Bulldogs an early lead on the road in Dumfries. Less than 15 minutes later, however, Grigsby tied the score by hitting an RBI double in the bottom of the second. Then he gave Potomac the lead for good by scoring on an RBI double from Brandon Cleveland en route to a 7-3 victory that clinched the Cardinal District regular season championship for Potomac. And that second-inning sequence seemed to symbolize the Panthers’ entire season. They took some lumps early by losing three of their initial seven district games, but they responded by winning their final six to clinch the Cardinal title. “We lost a couple games we weren’t supposed to,” Cleveland said. “But we fought back. It feels good. “It’s our chemistry,” he said. “That takes us a long way.” So Potomac finished the regular season with a 17-3 overall record and

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By winning the regular season title, Potomac avoided playing in Tuesday’s Cardinal District tournament quarterfinals. They were scheduled to host the Gar-Field-Colgan survivor Wednesday at 6, with the final Thursday at the highest remaining seed. a 9-3 district mark. A loss Friday to Hylton (9-11, 5-7) would left the

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Panthers in a three-way tie for first place in the Cardinal standings with Woodbridge (8-4) and Forest Park (8-4), but they avoided that fate. So Potomac won the outright title despite losing eight players from a 2017 team that won the district-equivalent Conference 15 championship. “If I said I wasn’t a little bit surprised, I’d be lying,” Panthers coach Mike Covington said of their sustained success. “But for us it’s expected. That’s the standard.” The back of Potomac’s home dugout serves as a reminder. The year of each district-level championship is painted on that wall, and it will soon include 25 entries over 37 seasons with the addition of the 2018 title. “I’ve had teams that were maybe more talented,” said Covington, a 25-year head coach with more than 430 wins, “but when they would get behind, panic would set in a little bit. These guys don’t seem to panic. “This is the best team I’ve ever had, as far as they just play,” he said. So Covington earned his 13th district-level title this season. The Panthers will next try to vie for their fourth region championship in history. They should enter the Class 5 Region D tournament with confidence after faring well with a regular season schedule largely composed of larger Class 6 schools. “Rings, that’s always the goal,” Cleveland said of Potomac’s playoff hopes. “We have the potential.” As Potomac’s senior leadoff hitter and shortstop, Cleveland sets the tone for his teammates. He did so Friday with a pair of RBI doubles, two runs and a stolen base on 3-for-4 hitting. “He always shows up with a smile on his face, he’s ready to go and he’s

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full-tilt from the beginning to the end,” Covington said. “You don’t get kids like that all the time.” Julian Cumba added one RBI and one double in the game on 2-for-3 hitting, while Josue Cumba went 1-for-3 with a run and Grigsby went 1-for-1 with his early RBI-double. They also helped the Panthers slide in safe on 4 of 5 close plays at the plate. “They’re very aggressive,” Bulldogs coach Jason Ritenour said. “One of the fastest teams that I’ve seen Mike have in numerous years. There’s not a lot of sure outs in that lineup, they wreak havoc on the bases and they put pressure on the defense.” Offensively for Hylton, Ethan Morotske had one run on 2-for-4 hitting, while Semones went 1-for-4 with a stolen base. So Panthers relief pitcher Brody Mack finished with seven strikeouts over 3 2/3 innings while allowing one run on three hits and one walk. Yet starting pitcher Josue Cumba earned the victory by striking out four over 3 1/3 innings while allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits and one walk.


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May 18: Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, Manassas Ballet Theatre, “Colin: Son, Marine, Hero” 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $2565. Free tickets for active-duty military and veterans, accompanying tickets 25 percent off. hyltoncenter.org.

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Burke Lake Golf Center, 6915 Ox Road, Fairfax Station, Sip & Swing 6:30 p.m. Fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/golf/ burke-lake.

May 20: Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, Manassas Ballet Theatre, Colin: Son, Marine, Hero 3 p.m. Tickets: $25-65. Free tickets for active-duty military and veterans, accompanying tickets 25 percent off. hyltoncenter.org.

May 19: Wart Hog Brewing Company, 41 Beckham St., Warrenton, Ja-Makin Me Crazy Rasta Block Party at noon. www.whbrew.com Drum & Strum, 102 Main St., Warrenton, Linwood Taylor 8 p.m. Tickets: $20. drumnstrum.com. Orlean Market, 6855 Leeds Manor Road, Marshall, Maddi Mae 7 p.m. orleanmarket.com. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, Manassas Ballet Theatre, “Colin: Son, Marine, Hero” 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $25-65. Free tickets for

Bogati Bodega & Winery, 35246 Harry Byrd Highway #190, Round Hill, Diablo Dimes 7 p.m. Tickets: $26. bogatibodega.com.

May 25: 2 Silos Brewing and Farm Brew Live Brewgrass Festival, 9925 Discovery Blvd., Manassas, King Street Bluegrass and Randy Thompson Band 2 p.m. 2silosbrewing.com. Brix and Columns Vineyards, McGaheysville, 1501 Dave Berry Road, McGaheysville, JAXN Live 6:30 p.m. brixandcolumns.com. May 26: Magnolia Vineyards & Winery, 200 View Town

Road, Amissville, Maddi Mae 2 p.m. magnoliavineyards.com. 2 Silos Brewing and Farm Brew Live Brewgrass Festival, 9925 Discovery Blvd., Manassas. No Part of Nothin’ 11 a.m., Honeysuckle 1:15 p.m., Circus No. 9 4:45 p.m.; Hackensaw Boys 7:45 p.m. 2silosbrewing.com. May 27: 2 Silos Brewing and Farm Brew Live Brewgrass Festival, 9925 Discovery Blvd., Manassas, Front Country 12 p.m., King Street Bluegrass 3 p.m., Justin Trawick 5 p.m. 2silosbrewing.com. May 31: Battle Street Live, Manassas, Battle Street, Manassas, Maddi Mae 6 p.m. facebook.com/BattleStreet-LIVE-189046618275933. Gunston Arts Center Theatre Two, 2700 S Lang Street, Arlington, William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $10-35. arlingtonarts.org/ June 8: Fauquier Community Theatre, 4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton, “Into the Woods, Jr.” 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $12-14. fctstage.org.

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15“x15” t-shirt heat press with digital temperature & time controls. Only been used once. Original cost $200, selling for $100. 540-717-0827. 4 color manual screen printing press & 18x18 2000w flash cure heater. Used 5 times. Unused 20x24 screens, inks, emulsion, squeegees, and other random screen printing implements $300. 540-717-0827. Ballet masquerade Barbie, Avon exclusive. $60.00. 540-937-4513 Console Game table, play 6 casino games. $50.00. 540-937-4513 END ROLLS. We have newspaper end rolls. Very limited. Located at Fauquier Times, 540-878-2491 FREE - FREE - FREE Do you have stuff??? We want to clean you out!! Reach 75,000

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142057-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re WARD, KINGSTON The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF WARD, KINGSTON It is ORDERED that the defendant CARLAUNTAE WARD appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/31/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

ABC Licenses Full name(s) of owner(s): Occoquan Harbour Marina, Inc. Trading as: Occoquan Harbour Marina 13180 Marina Way, Woodbridge, Prince William County, Virginia 22191 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine and Beer on premise license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Richard Lynn, President Note: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.

Full name(s) of owner(s): THE GUAC INC Trading as: BURRITO HOUSE 246 Potomac Ave., Quanitco, Prince William County, Virginia 22134-3459 The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine and Beer on premise license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Daniel Song, President Note: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142699-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re POCASANGRE CRESPIN, NELSON S The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF THE JUVENILE It is ORDERED that the defendant JUAN CARLOS AYALA appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/21/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ13535-01-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BENITEZ VENTURA, RODOLFO A The object of this suit is to: CLARIFY CUSTODY ORDER ENTERED ON APRIL 29, 2016 It is ORDERED that the defendant FABIAN, DANIEL GAMEZappear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ136630-01-01; JJ136631-01-01;JJ136632-01-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re QUINTEROS MENDEZ, MIRIAM S; QUINTEROS MENDEZ, GLENDA L; QUINTEROS MENDEZ, ANA M The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN FULL CUSTODY OF QUINTEROS MENDEZ, MIRIAM S; QUINTEROS MENDEZ, GLENDA L; QUINTEROS MENDEZ, ANA M It is ORDERED that the defendant QUINTEROS, JUAN FRANCISCO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142456-01-00; JJ142457-01-00; JJ142458-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re VASQUEZ BERMUDEZ, FERNANDA N; VASQUEZ BERMUDEZ, FAVIOLA Y; VASQUEZ BERMUDEZ, JUAN DAVID The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF VASQUEZ BERMUDEZ, FERNANDA N; VASQUEZ BERMUDEZ, FAVIOLA Y; VASQUEZ BERMUDEZ, JUAN DAVID It is ORDERED that the defendant VASQUEZ ORTEGA, MARVIN O appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/10/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142887-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re G U E VA R A L O VAT O , K A R L A CHARLENE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GUEVARA LOVATO, KARLA CHARLENE It is ORDERED that the defendant GUEVARA, WALTER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142465-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HYNSON, LINAYJA SAPPHIRE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HYNSON, LINAYJA SAPPHIRE It is ORDERED that the defendant NATHANIEL HYNSON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2018; 10:30AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ138344-03-02; JJ139506-03-02 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re KANU, CHRISTIAN; EWEN, ISAIAH A The object of this suit is to: AMEND VISITATION OF KANU, CHRISTIAN; EWEN, ISAIAH A It is ORDERED that the defendant KANU, ALHAJI AMADU appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 08/02/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ107118-01-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JACKSON, JUSTIN NANAYAW The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN SOLE CUSTODY OF THE JUVENILE (JUSTIN JACKSON) WHICH IS THE SUBJECT OF THIS ENDING LITIGATION It is ORDERED that the defendant JUSTINE STAN MARLOW JACKSON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/16/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142465-0100;JJ142464-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re FOWLKES, NOEL JOSIAH; HYNSON, LINAYJA SAPPHIRE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF FOWLKES, NOEL JOS I A H ; H Y N S O N , L I N AY J A SAPPHIRE It is ORDERED that the defendant SONYA AHMED appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2018; 10:30AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142466-01-00; JJ142467-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re BLANCO, CALEE; BLANCO, CHRISTIAN MAXIMILIANO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF BLANCO, CALEE; B L A N C O , C H R I S T I A N MAXIMILIANO It is ORDERED that the defendant CHRISTIAN A. BLANCO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2018; 10:30AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ106236-07-00; JJ106237-07-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re LAYNE, ELIJAH SKYLAR; LAYNE, NICHOLAS MEKHI The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN C U S T O D Y O F L AY N E , E L I J A H SKYLAR; LAYNE, NICHOLAS MEKHI It is ORDERED that the defendant GALLAGHER, MEGAN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/13/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142513-01-00; JJ142514-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re JACKSON, EVALISSE RONNIE; JACKSON, CRISTIAN EMMANUEL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF JACKSON, EVALISSE RONNIE; JACKSON, CRISTIAN EMMANUEL It is ORDERED that the defendant MARIA G. JACKSON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:00AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142555-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re LOPEZ, ALMA GEORGINA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF LOPEZ, ALMA GEORGINA It is ORDERED that the defendant ALONZO, ROMELIAappear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/26/2018; 10:30AM Karina Sandoval, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ136397-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ROMANENKO, MIROSLAVA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ROMANENKO, MIROSLAVA It is ORDERED that the defendant PINTO, ALBERTO ALEXANDER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/10/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142764-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RIVAS HERNANDEZ, MICDONIO E The object of this suit is to: O B TA I N C U S T O D Y O F R I VA S HERNANDEZ, MICDONIO E It is ORDERED that the defendant SAUL M RIVAS ESQUIVEL appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/14/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142734-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re STITH, MARLEY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF STITH, MARLEY It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ136397-02-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ROMANENKO, MIROSLAVA The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ROMANENKO, MIROSLAVA It is ORDERED that the defendant PINTO, ALBERTO ALEXANDER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/10/2018; 10:30AM Keshara Luster, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142734-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re STITH, MARLEY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF STITH, MARLEY It is ORDERED that the defendant STITH, ERIAN appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ135136-01-01; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GAMEZ VASQUEZ, BRYAN JOSE The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN FULL CUSTODY OF GAMEZ VASQUEZ, BRYAN JOSE It is ORDERED that the defendant GAMEZ FABIAN, DANIEL appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142556-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re CONTRERAS SALAZAR, JAIRO A The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF CONTRERAS SALAZAR, JAIRO A It is ORDERED that the defendant ANA MARGARITA SALAZAR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/26/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142691-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ALARCON PINTO, ENIO EDUARDO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ALARCON PINTO, ENIO EDUARDO It is ORDERED that the defendant ALARCON PINTO, ENIO REMVERTO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/07/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142438-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GALLEGOS LOPEZ, MOISES The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GALLEGOS LOPEZ, MOISES It is ORDERED that the defendant MOISES GALLEGOS CARREON appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 04/26/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142579-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MARADIAGA SANTOS, DANHELO R The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MARADIAGA SANTOS, DANHELO R It is ORDERED that the defendant BENINMO MARADIAGA REYES appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/24/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ141940-05-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RAMIREZ VANEGAS, NELSON The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF RAMIREZ VANEGAS, NELSONE It is ORDERED that the defendant LESVIA VANEGAS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:30AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142644-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re GRISSETTE, ZION AMIR The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF GRISSETTE, ZION AMIR It is ORDERED that the defendant KENDRA GRISSETTE appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 05/24/2018; 10:30AM Justine Bailey, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142737-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re COCA ROMERO, BRITNY ROCIO The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF COCA ROMERO, BRITNY ROCIO It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:00AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142463-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re ERAZO TROCHEZ, JADEN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF ERAZO TROCHEZ, JADEN It is ORDERED that the defendant ERAZO ORTIZ, CESAR appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2018; 10:30AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142799-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MCKNIGHT, KYMANI MYKELL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MCKNIGHT, KYMANI MYKELL It is ORDERED that the defendant MICKEY, ASHLEY appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2018; 10:00AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142464-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re FOWLKES, NOEL JOSIAH The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF FOWLKES, NOEL JOSIAH It is ORDERED that the defendant LEON FOWLKES appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/12/2018; 10:30AM Abby Cook, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142799-01-00 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MCKNIGHT, KYMANI MYKELL The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MCKNIGHT, KYMANI MYKELL It is ORDERED that the defendant MCKNIGHT, MURRELL LAWRENCE appear at the abovenamed Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/25/2018; 10:00AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ141940-05-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RAMIREZ VANEGAS, NELSON The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF RAMIREZ VANEGAS, NELSON It is ORDERED that the defendant AGUSTIN RAMIREZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/09/2018; 10:00AM Susan Seitz, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ112139-01-01 PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re HERNANDEZ, CARLOS RYAN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF HERNANDEZ, CARLOS RYAN It is ORDERED that the defendant CARLOS HERNANDEZ appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 07/02/2018; 10:00AM Helen Cisler, Deputy Clerk

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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142786-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re RUIZ OROZCO, GABRIEL A The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF RUIZ OROZCO, GABRIEL A It is ORDERED that the defendant RUIZ DIZA, ALI RIGOBERTO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142785-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re FLORES-QUINTEROS, KELY The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF FLORES-QUINTEROS, KELY It is ORDERED that the defendant MORALES, CARLOS appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk


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Commonwealth of Virginia VA. CODE §8.01-316 Case No. JJ142735-01-00; PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY J & DR-JUVENILE ( ) General District County (x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Commonwealth of Virginia, in re MATTHEWS, JAYLEN The object of this suit is to: OBTAIN CUSTODY OF MATTHEWS, JAYLEN It is ORDERED that the defendant UNKNOWN FATHER appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 06/11/2018; 10:30AM Tina Cha, Deputy Clerk

NOTICE OF DISPOSAL OF UNCLAIMED FIREARMS AND OTHER WEAPONS Pursuant to the provisions of Section 15.2-1721 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, notice is hereby given that the Prince William County Police Department will seek an order from the Circuit Court of this jurisdiction to destroy the below listed unclaimed weapons which have been in the possession of the Police Department for more than one hundred twenty days. The rightful owners of these weapons may request the return of said weapons by contacting the Property Section of the Police Department at 703-795-6165 within (10) days of this notice. Positive proof of ownership to include make, model, caliber, and serial number is required. UNCLAIMED WEAPONS Revolvers Semi-Automatic Pistols Rifles Shotguns

POLICE AUCTION Auction This Year Will Be On-Line Starting Date June 1, 2018 at propertyroom.com LIST IS SUBJECT TO ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS The Prince William County Police Department receives lost and stolen property which it will return to owner as required by law, upon satisfactory proof of ownership. If you believe that you have lost property or had property stolen which may now be in the possession of the Prince William County Police, you should contact the Criminal Evidence Section at (703) 792-6165. ITEM DESCRIPTION Bicycles - Assorted Makes/Sizes Car Accessories Clothing - Assorted Household Items Sports Accessories CD´s - Assorted Tools - Assorted Stereo Equipment Games Mopeds

Must be able to lift 50-80 lbs. No evenings. Exp preferred but will train right person. Must have valid driver license, own trans. Bkgrnd check. Wilson Farm Meat Meat Co.

Mechanic – Gas, Diesel, & Reefer Technicians ALL LEVELS: Excel pay, full comprehensive benefits, & more! Opportunities for t r a i n i n g & advancement. Penske Truck Leasing: 855-206-6361

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HOUSEKEEPERS FRONT DESK Weekends required. Start at $11/hr Apply in person: 501 Blackwell Rd Warrenton, VA 20186

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Ready to be a Helper for an automatic gate company? Steady work, outdoors. If you are a good worker, dedicated, and looking to learn give us a call. Benefits and pay commensurate with your skills. M-F, 7A 3PM, 540-216-7444

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Sales Representative Piedmont Media LLC

Prince William County, VA Tired of sitting on 66 & 95? Dreaming of a shorter commute with less traffic & less stress? Piedmont Media, LLC is expanding circulation in eastern Prince William County and is searching for experienced, motivated, and proven Advertising Sales Representatives to help us expand that territory. You will be responsible for selling print and digital advertising in Prince William County for Piedmont Media. Successful candidates will have a college degree, a minimum of three years of proven sales experience in Prince William County, a history of building and sustaining positive customer relationships, and will be responsible, self-starters who are ready to hit the ground running. Our offices are located in Historic Warrenton, but you will be based in Prince William County. We offer a full benefit package with a flexible work schedule in a casual dress environment. Join a team that thinks big and gives a green light to men and women of vision. To be considered for this position, email cover letter, resume and references to: Kathy Godfrey at kgodfrey@fauquier.com

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that Storage Direct @ Woodbridge, located at 3318 Old Bridge Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22192, will hold a Public Sale, to satisfy the lien of the owner. Units will be sold via online auction, at www.StorageTreasures. com. Bidding will begin at 10am on May 23rd, 2018 and auction will close at or after 10am on May 30th, 2018. The personal goods stored therein by the following may include, but are not limited to general household, toys, boxes, clothes and misc. Name: Unit: Paula Porsche AKA Paula Kyei Porsche 5054 Paula Johnson AKA Paula Anne Johnson 2188 Adwoa Bonsu 2015 You must be 18 to bid online. Purchases must be made with cash (no checks accepted) and paid at the time of sale, plus any applicable sales tax. Buyers must provide a current copy of their resale permit to avoid sales tax. A $100 cash cleaning deposit is required at time of purchase. All goods are sold AS IS and must be removed within 72 hours of the time of purchase. Property grants all entries and exits to access unit won, no gate code is provided. Shelving is property of the owner and may not be removed. Owner reserves the right to bid and the right to refuse bids. Sale is subject to cancellation.

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S. W. Rodgers Co., Inc. a leading site development contractor is hiring experienced:

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for job locations in No. VA. Competitive pay and benefits offered. To apply, complete online application at www.swrodgers.com or contact Human Resource Dept at 703-591-8400.

Wastewater/Water Operator Trainee Needed Woodbridge Area: Utility company seeks a Wastewater/ Water Operator Trainee, 2 hours/day, 7 days/week, $25.00/hour. Will train. Valid drivers license is required. Email resumes to

waterservicesinc@hotmail.com or call 301-645-2798 S. W. Rodgers Company, Inc., a trusted leader in providing site development, heavy highway, & utility install services is exp´d:

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for job locations in No. VA. Competitive pay and benefits offered. To apply, complete online application at www.swrodgers.com or contact Human Resource Dept at 703-591-8400. Superior Paving Corp., an award-winning asphalt company, located in Northern Virginia has immediate openings for remarkable employees to work at our asphalt plants:

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Applicants must be able to work nights, weekends, and overtime. Superior offers competitive pay, health, dental and 401(k) benefits. Complete an application online at www.superiorpaving.net. SUPERIOR PAVING CORP. IS AN EEO & AA EMPLOYER MINORITY / FEMALE / VETERAN / DISABLED

POLICE OFFICER

The Town of Warrenton, Virginia, is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, in good physical health, possess a high school diploma or G.E.D, valid Virginia driver’s license, and be able to deal well with the public. Position is responsible for the enforcement of State and local laws; patrols the Town; answers complaints and conducts investigations. Career salary range $44,641 to $71,426, excellent benefits. Town of Warrenton Employment Application is required. Application and complete job description may be obtained on the web at www.warrentonva.gov or by phone to 540-347-1102. Send completed applications to Human Resources, P. O. Drawer 341, Warrenton, VA 20188. Open until filled. EOE

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Antiques & Classics

Don´t limit your advertising to only the Internet!! Call to see if your ad qualifies to be free 540-351-1664, email to: classifieds@ fauquier.com or online at Fauquier.com. Deadline is Monday at 3 pm. Private party only.

605 Automobiles - Domestic 2004 BMW 325i, 5 speed, 4 door, gray, blk lthr, cruise control, CD, moonroof. $3700. 540-498-5123 2011, Camaro SS, 6.22, V8, Manual, 6 speed, 28K mls. Blk, Lexani Rims, Pirelli tires. $26,500. Serious inquiries only. 540-316-7167

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1994, 70 foot bucket truck, good condition, $17,000. Inspected & certified. (540)687-6796

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CUSTOM FLOOR MATS husky floor mats for a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Just like Weathertech. Sold vehicle and selling mats. Asking $70. H a y m a r k e t 571-215-7498.

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4X4 3.7L V6 Standard options.112K mls, good cond, runs great. heysusiq@gmail.com or 540-347-1903 2014 Ford Explorer XLT, excel cond, leather, recently serviced, all records. Charlottsville area. 252-532-5139 ADS WORK Call 540-347-4222


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Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland, R-Gainesville, speaks during a town hall meeting at Ronald Reagan Middle School Monday, May 14, to discuss teacher complaints in county schools. School Board member Alyson Satterwhite (Gainesville), right front, participated in the event.

Candland to superintendent: ‘Find a new job’ By Jonathan Hunley

would be to find a new job,” said Candland, R-Gainesville. Candland made the comment at a public meeting he held at Reagan Middle School Monday, May 14, in the wake of controversy at the school over former Principal Alfie Turner, who has been accused of bullying and overbearing tactics by

Times Staff Writer

Prince William Superintendent Steven Walts should no longer lead the county schools, Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland said Monday night. “My first directive to Dr. Walts

current and former teachers. And since announcing he would have a meeting, Candland said he’s learned there are similar problems at other schools. So he said after the meeting that the system has gotten “so far offtrack,” that new leadership is needed in the county schools.

“This has really been eye-opening for me,” said Candland, who as a member of the Prince William Board of Supervisors does not directly oversee Walts’ employment or his contract. Mac Haddow, known as a political associate and supporter of Candland’s, See SUPERINTENDENT, Page 4

Plan to dredge Neabsco Creek moving forward By Jonathan Hunley

igate by motorized watercraft. In March, the U.S. Coast Guard abruptly removed the two navigational buoys they normally drop at the mouth of the creek at this time of year. The channel must be 5 feet deep to be considered safe for boat travel, so the move has been likened to

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A public-private partnership to dredge Neabsco Creek is moving forward. The creek needs to be dredged because the U.S. Coast Guard recently declared it too shallow to safely nav-

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closing the creek, which affects 12 businesses and about 50 jobs. The creek is home to three privately-owned marinas that house about 1,000 recreational boats as well as a water-rescue boat belonging to a Prince William County vol See NEABSCO CREEK, Page 4 Obituaries.............................................6 Puzzle Page........................................10 Real Estate..........................................13 Sports.................................................11

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