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CHRISTMAS EVE and NYE’s DINNER at CARMELLOS; Kids Under 10 Eat FREE

CHRISTMAS EVE and NYE’s DINNER at CARMELLOS; Kids Under 10 Eat FREE

Carmello’s of Historic Manassas, Va. is offering a Christmas Eve dinner, Thurs., Dec. 24 from 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and New Year’s Eve a la carte dinner on Thurs., Dec. 31 with seatings from 4:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. (Two-hour seatings are booked for parties of two to six people; larger parties have two and a half hour seatings). Complimentary Portuguese sparkling wine is served with all seatings. Late seatings receive party favorites if they stay until midnight. Children 10 and younger can eat free from the kids’ menu. Menu prices vary. For reservations, go to www.carmellos.com.

XMAS EVE MENU:
Appetizers – Family-Style House Appetizer, Brick-Oven Oysters Rockefeller, Spitada De Camarao, Mini Beef Wellingtons, Risotto Fritters, Calamari Fritti, Lobster Bisque, Roasted Butternut Squash

Salads - Autumn Mesclun Salad, Chopped House Salad, Caesar Salad

Teen hit by car in Sterling crosswalk; driver wanted


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) -- A juvenile was hit by car while he was in a crosswalk in Sterling Tuesday night, Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

The male was in the crosswalk around 7:50 a.m. crossing Greenthorn Avenue at Sterling Boulevard, officials said.

The vehicle was described as gray, possibly a Honda. Officials said the driver was trying to make a right turn onto Sterling Boulevard. The driver is described as an older Middle Eastern or South Asian man. According to officials, the driver did not try to help the juvenile or talk to him before leaving the scene.

Anyone with any information regarding this case is asked to contact Deputy First Class S. Hajdasz at 703- 771-5670 x6420 or Steven.Hajdasz@loudoun.gov.

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Denver man arrested for drugs at Dulles Airport


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) -- A Denver man was arrested after a mixture of drugs were seized at Washington Dulles International Airport, according to a news release sent out Tuesday.

John Anthony Foley, 40, was arrested for controlled substance possession charges. Officials say he arrived at Dulles on a flight from the Netherlands.

A narcotics canine alerted officials to the presence of controlled substances. Officials say 27.6 grams of hash oil, 24.7 grams of ketamine and 2.8 grams of ecstasy were discovered in Foley's luggage.

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Friends: Va. teen killed in crash 'could light up a room'


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) --  It was a somber morning at Loudoun Valley High School after a 15-year-old student died in a fiery car crash over the weekend.  

It happened at East Beech Road and North Argonne Avenue in Sterling early Sunday morning. 

Teen driver killed after fleeing traffic stop in Sterling


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) -- A 15-year-old driver was killed and a teen passenger was seriously injured after police say the driver fled the scene of a traffic stop early Sunday in Sterling.

The driver,Wilberto Pitre, who did not survive the crash, attended Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville.

17-year-old charged in shooting death of Sterling teen


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) -- The third suspect in connection with the shooting death of a Sterling, Va. teen who was killed in a residential area was charged Tuesday.

Jose Miguel Espinosa De Dios, 17, was charged with murder and gang participation in the September death of Danny Centeno-Miranda, 17, according to police.

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3 suspects in custody after teen fatally shot in Sterling

Espinosa De Dios, Henry Dominguez- Vasquez, 20, and Juan Aguirre-Zelaya,18, of Sterling were taken into custody by police in September.

Espinosa De Dios' name was not released because of his age.

NATURE VISIONS PHOTO EXPO COMES to HYLTON ARTS CENTER, NOV. 14, 15:

NATURE VISIONS PHOTO EXPO COMES to HYLTON ARTS CENTER, NOV. 14, 15:

Nature Visions Photo Expo (NVPE) will showcase nature photography at its best at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Va. Sat., Nov. 14 and Sun., Nov. 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.