Author Archive: Stacy Shaw
Saturday, the Patriot Boys Varsity and J.V. Lacrosse team cleaned up brush and debris, clearing land at the Bull Run Warrior Retreat in Greater Haymarket, sponsored by the nonprofit Serve Our Willing Warriors.
The Prince William Republican Committee held its canvass or “Firehouse Primary” today in several locations throughout the county, the City of Manassas and Manassas Park Saturday.
Austin Haynes is running for Clerk of the Court in the Republican ‘Firehouse Primary’ this Saturday against incumbent Michelle McQuigg (R).
In a rare turn of events, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors adopted the advertised tax rate.
Coles Supervisor Marty Nohe announced Tuesday that the school division has decided to keep the Ferlazzo School site for the Sprigg’s community elementary school.
Karlie Harmon, 14, spokesperson for Proctor & Gamble’s Play Like a Girl campaign, and female MVP high school quarterback and kicker, pitched the first ball Saturday, starting off the season for Prince William County Girls Softball Little League (PWCGSLL).
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors decided at Thursday’s markup session to provide extra money to the school division to fund class size reduction. They also agreed to fund body cameras for police, trail maintenance and they increased the amount that triggers the BPOL tax.
Adrienne Taylor, the woman accused of assaulting a Prince William Police Officer at the scene of a car crash near Rilew Avenue in Manassas, said there was no intentional assault on an officer. Police confirm striking of the officer was likely inadvertent.