Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Monday, Oct. 9.
Monday, Oct. 9 at 5:30 p.m., a town hall meeting lead by Fauquier County‘s sheriff will discuss the results of an investigation into the Liberty High School students who talked about murdering one of their peers in an “operation will to kill” group chat. The six students involved will not face criminal charges.
Vice President Pence and his wife Karen left the Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers game yesterday after multiple 49ers knelt during the national anthem. President Trump then announced on Twitter that he had told Pence to leave the game if this happened.
Travel website Expedia.com has named Manassas one of the country’s most “tourist-friendly” cities. Manassas was scored based upon their things to do, hotel quantity/quality, airport/major transit area access, city/discovery tours, weather, amenities and helpful tourism.
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A Reston pilot of 55 years died after his single-engine prop plane crashed in the Front Royal area on Saturday, Oct. 7.
On Oct. 18, the Prince William County School Board will vote on the 2018-2019 calendar which proposes that classes start before Labor Day on August 27, 2018. This would mean that teachers would begin working August 20.