Author Archive: Stacy Shaw
A car overturned on Braided Stream near Rollins Ford Road in Bristow just before 1 p.m., Monday. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured.
One resident wanted to publicly protest against the backlash of Youth for Tomorrow’s participation in the Unaccompanied Minor Program; however, after several threats, she became concerned for her safety.
Authors and speakers Bob and Audrey Meisner moved churchgoers at Chapel Springs with the story of how their marriage survived and thrived after the birth of their son, who was conceived out of infidelity.
Following the controversy over Youth For Tomorrow’s Unaccompanied Minor Program, the Bristow facility that houses at-risk youth has posted off-duty police officers at it’s Linton Hall Road entrance as a precaution.
Experts say Lyme and other tick-borne illnesses are on the rise in Virginia, and Nokesville residents say it has affected their community.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors directed the County Executive to question the Federal Government, especially the Department of Health and Human Services, regarding the housing of illegal alien children in the county.
Encouraging couples to face the big issues, even marital infidelity, and children born of those extra-marital relations, Chapel Springs offers spiritual Christian programs to strengthen marriages and move co-habitating couples towards marriage.