Author Archive: Stacy Shaw
Police officers responded to a residence in Haymarket to investigate a domestic assault in which a man allegedly assaulted a woman holding a baby.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, there is a winter weather advisory expected to go into effect at 6 p.m. this evening, Jan. 23.
The Haymarket Police Department is alerting businesses and residents that an individual passed counterfeit currency locally over the last two days.
Citizens encouraged to share their suggestions for naming the “Devlin Road School” with the Naming Committee Meeting at a meeting to be held at Gainesville Middle School, Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Don Shaw, who intends to run as the Democratic Candidate for Delegate from Virginia’s 13th District, criticized Del. Bob Marshall (R, VA-13) Wednesday for writing to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on behalf of his district.
Over 800 residents came out to a town meeting hosted by Del. Bob Marshall (R-13th District) Jan. 12 to discuss the proposed high-voltage Haymarket power lines, and especially to oppose the “The New Road Alternative Route” proposed to run through Prince William’s Rural Crescent.
Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson announced at the Jan. 13 Board of County Supervisor Meeting that the Public Hearing on Stone Haven has been deferred.
Under the direction of new Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson (R), the Prince William County Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to protect first responders and libraries from budget cuts within the County Executive’s budget presentation.
Despite rumors that Pete Candland might decide to run for Chairman of the Board of County Supervisors, he announced Wednesday evening that he plans to seek reelection to his current seat, as Supervisor of the Gainesville District.
The Town of Haymarket’s police staff assembled at the Town Council meeting Monday to re-take the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor in order to restore community trust in their department.