Archive for May, 2012
Optometrist Dr. Ally Stoeger introduced her new eye care office GH Eye at 7001 Heritage Village Plaza #110, Gainesville, in May with an open house.
Detectives from the Special Victims Bureau charged Richard Earl Teller, a Brentsville High School long-term substitute teacher and head baseball coach for communicating inappropriate messages with a 17-year-old female student at the school.
Discover Prince William & Manassas, the area’s tourism marketing agency, received another award last week for its work on last year’s 150th commemoration of the Battle of First Manassas/Bull Run.
Smart Markets decides to look for another Bristow location for its Sunday farmers market, rather than make changes requested by Bristow Commons.
While nothing in the order of Tropical Storm Beryl that has plagued parts of Florida and Georgia or the torrential rain the area received last week behind Tropical Storm Alberto is expected, according to the National Weather Service, rain is forecast throughout the week in Western Prince William County.
The weekly farmers’ market that moved to Bristow in December is on the move again.
To encourage Virginians to prepare for the upcoming hurricane and flash flooding season, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management announced this year’s Virginia Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday will be May 25-31.
After strong storms again moved through Western Prince William County Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, the Prince William Police Department advised motorists to use caution as more roads were closed or obstructed.