Author Archive: Stacy Shaw
Lily Rancourt, 7-year-old of Bristow, will run her second 5K, Oct. 1, “Race For Every Child” to support Children’s National Health System in Washington, D.C., the same hospital which saved her life when there appeared to be no hope.
Gainesville District school board representative Alyson Satterwhite remained cool, calm and collected as she delivered a scathing speech against School Board Chairman Ryan Sawyers, Thursday morning.
The Prince William County School Board unanimously elected Shawn L. Brann as Brentsville’s temporary replacement for Gil Trenum, after 1 a.m.,Thursday morning.
After nearly six hours of citizen’s time, the Prince William School Board voted to table to the motion to update non-discrimination policy 060 to include “sexual orientation and gender identity” to the second board meeting in June 2017.
With the vote on the amendment to add LGBT people to the non-discrimination policy on the agenda for Prince William School Board, this Wednesday night, residents are split on whether to delay or move ahead.
Supervisor Jeanine Lawson (R-Brentsville) said she opposes clustering in the Rural Crescent, but is not opposed to the county purchasing development rights to protect rural land via an easement, at her Thursday night town hall meeting.