Prince William County Police charged Michael Charles Branson, 39, of Gainesville with abduction, domestic assault & battery, brandishing a firearm, and use of a firearm in commission of a felony, in connection with a Feb. 3 incident involving a family member.
Prince William County Police hope residents can help provide information that will lead to the capture of three suspects in the murder of Jose Effrain Guzman in 2005.
Experienced winery founder Chris Pearmund plans to open his newest winery at Nokesville’s historic Effingham Manor this spring.
PWCS Superintendent Steve Walts unveiled a proposed $1.08 billion spending plan, up 3.9% from current levels.
Del. Bob Marshall (R-13th VA) is asking for residential support to help shepherd three bills through the Virginia General Assembly that could help to stop the tolling of I-66.
Prince William County Police arrested two individuals after they allegedly attacked a 21-year-old Haymarket man when he attempted to purchase drugs from the pair in the area of Tournament Drive and Jupiter Hills Lane Sunday night.
Prince William County Police charged Brian Erwin Rowell, 47, of Nokesville with aggravated malicious wounding Jan. 29, following the alleged stabbing of three victims at the MVP Bar and Grill located at 7518 Old Linton Hall Road in Gainesville.
Virginia’s concealed carry compromise offers something for both Republicans and Democrats.
Prince William School Board Chairman Ryan Sawyers had a few words for Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart after Stewart publicly criticized the school division for closing for a week after the blizzard.
A group of Republican lawmakers, Monday, touted a bundle of legislation that they said would ensure religious freedom but that critics said would sanction discrimination against gay couples seeking to marry.
In response to Delegate Robert Marshall’s (R-Manassas) HB76, which would make it legal for local school boards to allow concealed carry permit holders to possess guns on public school property, Chairman Ryan Sawyers is adamantly opposed.
Following a late night traffic stop in the Opal area, the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office arrested Raymond Marcus Esqueda, 19, and Patrick Bigoness, Jr, 25, both of Gainesville, on multiple narcotics violations.
Virginia’s General Assembly is considering exempting feminine hygiene products from sales tax.
The Prince William County Police Department is scheduled to deploy body-worn cameras by this fall.
Restaurants, hotels, apartments and office space may replace industrial sector of Innovation Park in Prince William County.
Prince William County Police charged Cathy Jo Hottle, 41, of Haymarket with assault & battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, and driving under the influence following a Jan. 21 accident investigation.
Prince William County Police charged Jose Benedicto Marchorro Gonzalez, 27, of Manassas, with aggravated malicious wounding, strangulation and domestic assault & battery for allegedly attacking a 16 year-old-female juvenile from Annandale early Wednesday morning.
Prince William County Schools officially announced all county schools will be closed Thursday, Jan. 28 and Friday, Jan. 29 on Code Red.
Prince William County Schools announced Tuesday evening that regardless of whether or not classes resume Thursday, Jan. 28, the teacher workday scheduled for Monday, Feb. 1 will take place as planned.
At Linton Hall School in Bristow, students have been engaging in an experiential ecology curriculum for nearly 40 years.
On this snow day, educator Riley O’Casey muses about what it takes to find the courage to stand up for your convictions.
Weatherman John Biggs says don’t worry about the possibility of a another snow storm this weekend.
Fire and rescue units evacuated 67 residents from two apartment buildings in the 10900 block of Coverstone Drive in Manassas following a partial collapse of one building’s roof.
As residents see snow accumulation over a foot early Saturday morning, the National Weather Service warns that more is coming and the strongest winds will occur Saturday afternoon.
While others in Northern Virginia are hunkering down for the mega-blizzard, Tom & Suzie’s NY Bagel Deli in Bristow Commons plans to stay open most of the night.
After announcing they would not enter the Northern Virginia market, Cabela’s Outdoor store will move forward on building an 80,000 square foot store at Virginia Gateway in Gainesville.
As the Blizzard of 2016 approaches, the Virginia Department of Transportation ask residents to stay off the roads Friday and Saturday as crews and trucks prepare to deploy for this dangerous winter storm.
Virginia Rail Express (VRE) hopes to add three new commuter stations in western Prince William County to open in 2022.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency at 8 a.m. Thursday, which will authorize state agencies to help local governments respond to the approaching winter storm that will impact the area Friday through Sunday.