Author Archive: Stacy Shaw
Despite adopting a curriculum that eschews traditional testing, Bristow Montessori School’s elementary students scored above grade level on Iowa Test of Basic Skills.
Personnel at the Prince William Landfill announced they are reopening their facilities after a hazardous material spill shut down the site around 12:30 p.m., Wednesday.
The Braemar Blasters won Prince William Swim League blue division finals Saturday, at Piedmont, seizing the title Sudley has held since 1989.
The third blue division team to compete this Saturday in the title Prince William Swim League championship tri-meet against Braemar and Sudley is the Piedmont Tsunamis.
Leadership Prince William graduated 28 students from its newly established Youth Leadership Prince William summer program last Friday.
Recently, Prince William County government received word that the Illegal Alien Children sheltered at Youth for Tomorrow in Bristow as part of their Unaccompanied Minor Program are not utilizing county resources, such as attending county schools.
Quality Business Engineering (QBE), a leading management and technology consulting organization for the federal government and defense community, hosted a community Open House event in the Town of Haymarket to display the renovations completed at the Old Pace West School Building.
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.