School Board Chairman At-large Ryan Sawyers announced in a Facebook video that the Prince William County School Board will explore the option of granting additional days off school to compensate for unused snow days this year.
Many citizens attended the Feb. 14 meeting of the Board of County Supervisors to express opposition and disgust with the county’s new immigration act, saying it would divide families and negatively affect the community.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA) and Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) renewed calls Monday to extend paid leave protections to federal workers as they reintroduced the Federal Employees Paid Parental Leave Act (FEPPLA).
A multi-vehicle crash along the eastern end Linton Hall Road in Bristow, late Sunday morning, left five injured.
Prince William County Police continue to investigate an attempted armed robbery that occurred at the Hallmark store, located at 5047 Wellington Road in Gainesville, the afternoon of Feb. 5.
The division is expecting 2,420 new students at a cost of $26 million to the school budget. As a result, employees will only receive a two percent cost of living increase in their salaries.
Bristow Weatherman John Biggs is petty sure we’ll get snow Thursday.
Prince William Chairman At-large (R) and aspiring Virginia gubernatorial candidate announced a new policy whereby county police would be able to send thousands of “criminal” illegal aliens back to the federal government for deportation.
Dozens of people jeered Republicans on a House committee Friday after they declined to revive legislation aimed at changing the way political districts are drawn in Virginia.
The Prince William County Service Authority announced that it will begin to replace a 320-foot section of 16-inch pipe beneath Sudley Manor Drive between Prince William Parkway and Wellington Road, Feb. 7.
Gainesville school board member Alyson Satterwhite defended the Jan. 4 special meeting of the Prince William County School Board and the vote to accept $21.2 million in funding for new Prince William school construction during school board members’ time at the Feb. 1 meeting.
“But whether the motivation is incumbent protection or partisan advantage, the result is the same. The people are cheated out of the right to be accurately represented.”
Attorney General Mark R. Herring today brought legal action against President Donald J. Trump and members of his administration for his January 27, 2017 Executive Order banning entry to the United States for individuals from certain countries, even those who are lawful permanent residents or entering the United States on valid work or student visas.
Prince William Police arrested and charged Connie Ray Scott, 57, of Bristow with indecent exposure Jan. 31.
Parents can expect positive changes at Bristow Montessori School, including gourmet catered lunches and a new playground installation.
Prince William Police are investigating two recent attempts to break into residences through rear doors that occurred a mile apart in Bristow.
Virginia’s top Democratic officials on Saturday condemned President Donald Trump’s executive order banning citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Investigators from the Crash Investigation Unit of the Prince William County Police Department determined that Clive Allison Alderman, Jr., 87, who died in a fatal car crash Dec. 20, ran a red light.
The Prince William Health District inspected the Subway restaurant, located at 12737 Braemar Village Plaza in Bristow, and found 14 violations of the health code.
Glenn Lopez, the new manager of Dunkin Donuts in Braemar Village Plaza, hopes to make Dunkin Bristow’s new neighborhood coffee shop.
A bill to end Virginia’s “winner take all” system of awarding Electoral College votes was approved by a House subcommittee Tuesday.
Prince William County Police are searching for Connie Ray Scott, 57, of no fixed address, whom they say exposed himself to a 55-year-old Gainesville woman at a business located in the 7500 block of Linton Hall Road in Bristow Jan. 16.
According to the Prince William Health District, all remaining violations have been corrected.
Prince William County Police have apprehended one suspect in a recent rash of thefts from vehicles, in the area of Diamond Hill Drive and Casey Lane in Bristow, and are searching for another.
Del. Bob Marshall of the 13th District, Republican, and his Democratic opponent, Danica Roem, a transgender woman, face off over transgender politics, in response to Marshall’s HB1612 bathroom bill.
Police attribute gun shots overheard on Farnham Way to reckless use of a firearm.
The Virginia General Assembly passed a resolution, Wednesday, to hold a “Day of Tears,” Jan. 22, to commemorate the lives lost through abortion.
At the Prince William School Board meeting, held Jan. 18, the board voted to rescind the minutes from the special meeting held two weeks prior, and in doing so, invalidate the vote taken then to approve the PRICE model for the new high school.
“During the 2015 election, I don’t remember any candidate for the school board stating that current class sizes were appropriate or that portable classrooms were an acceptable learning facility. Quite the contrary, all current school board members ran on a platform of reducing class sizes. Yet a year after the current board took office, we don’t see them working to revise or accelerate the Capital Improvement Plan to fulfill that promise and we have yet to see a comprehensive strategy against which we, the voters, can measure progress.”
A group called “More Recess for PWC” is planning a pep rally event before and during the Wednesday school board meeting when they will advocate for increased recess times.
Prince William County Schools’ administration does not expect a delay in the construction of the 13th county high school due to a letter school board members sent to the Department of Justice requesting an investigation.
Twisted Cork Grille on Devlin Road in Bristow Commons will hold its grand opening, Feb. 7, with doors opening to the public, Jan.19.
A newly widened Route 28 and realigned Vint Hill Road was officially opened to traffic after the Prince William Board of County Supervisors held a ribbon cutting ceremony, Monday morning.