Author Archive: Jason Shaw
A Bristow resident asks Board of County Supervisors Chairman At-Large Corey Stewart to consider the current infrastructure of Prince William County before supporting new developments, like the proposed Stone Haven project.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has announced that the I-66 overpass at Jefferson Street/Old Carolina Road will close Sept. 22 and reopen in the spring of 2016.
The Gainesville Neighborhood Library announced it will reopen to the public at 10 a.m. Sept. 17. following a reported outbreak of E. coli in the facility’s water system.
Prince William County Schools announced that National Merit Scholarship Program has named nine county 12th grade students as semifinalists in their national scholarship competition; among these students three attend Patriot High School.
The Prince William Health District cited the Chuck Wagon Restaurant for 14 violations ranging from sanitary issues to the improper storage of food.
Prince William County Police charged Benedicto Hernandez-Aragon, 36, with assault & battery on a LEO, resisting arrest and intoxication in public following a Sept. 6 trespassing complaint.
According to the Prince William County Animal Shelter, laboratory results verify that a stray cat has been identified as the source of Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV) at the shelter.
BristowBeat.com and PotomacLocal.com will band together to provide more comprehensive news coverage for Prince William County and Greater Manassas.