Author Archive: Jason Shaw
Democrat Don Shaw declared his candidacy Tuesday for the 13th House of Delegates District seat, which voters will decide in November 2015.
The Prince William Health District cited Pho Ha Linh Vietnamese Noodles & Grill for 10 violations ranging from sanitary issues to the improper storage of food.
A total of nine townhouses were damaged, with four sustaining structural damage, from the July 20 fire on Dawkins Crest Circle in Bristow, Department of Fire & Rescue Communications Specialist Kim Y. Hylander announced Monday.
In this week’s Ask the Candidates, two declared candidates for Brentsville District Supervisor discuss the controversial topic of housing illegal immigrants in Prince William County.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Thursday a $2-3 billion initiative to transform congested Interstate 66 into “a multi-modal facility” that will feature express lanes, rapid bus service and a park-and-ride network from the Capital Beltway to Haymarket.
Brian Tichy, new drummer for the Dead Daisies who will open for Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd Saturday at Jiffy Lube Live, has extensive experience performing with other bands, but he loves his new gig.
The Prince William County Board of County Supervisors unanimously approved a zoning change and a special use permit for the property located on the southeast corner of Balls Ford Road and Wellington Road, which will pave the way for Sheetz gas station/convenience store to be constructed.
The National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 9 p.m. and a Flash Flood Watch until 10 p.m. Tuesday for the region.
A quick, energetic thunderstorm swept through Bristow bringing high winds, torrential downpours and plenty of property damage.