Archive for June, 2012
Due to 100 degree temperatures, Bristow and Nokesville residents who did experience power outages were left without much choice but to vacate their homes, unless they were able to secure generators.
Ovation Theater, the Bristow musical theater camp for children ages 7-14, is still accepting enrollment.
A line of severe storms, which packed winds of up to 80 mph has caused extensive damage and widespread power outages throughout Prince William County overnight.
When planning to deal with this weekend’s oppressive heat, a local veterinarian does not want you to forget about your pets.
A Heat Advisory remains in effect for 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and the National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Watch for the area for Saturday morning through evening. The service warns that the area will experience temperatures from the high 90′s to 100 degrees with heat index values from up to 110 degrees.
To earn the honor of valedictorian or salutatorian, a student must be driven to succeed. To honor their four years of achievements, on their website, Prince William County Schools chose to recognize Ben Cumberland and Alan Komisarcik of the Brentsville District High School class of 2012.
Ken Cuccinelli retracts previous statement on the Health Care Act; Democrats see expansion of rights, where Republicans see infringements.
Prince William County residents will need to be more careful outside this summer, since Prince William County health officials announced last week that mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus have been found in the Woodbridge area.
Despite the lack of any announcements of signings of new tenants to the highly anticipated lifestyle center, the Promenade at Virginia Gateway, promotional materials from the project’s developer indicate that at least some of the shops and pads have been leased.