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Delegate Jackson Miller believes he is the better choice for Clerk of Court because of his ample leadership experience.
Jacqueline Smith wants to get politics out of the clerk’s office. She is the Prince William attorney running for Clerk of Court in a special election to be held April 18.
A new federal law has given teachers and other educators an unprecedented opportunity to provide input into the way their public schools are run; as such, the Prince William Education Association wants to hear from its community member about improvements they would like to see.
Prince William Police have identified the suspect in a malicious wounding that happened outside the gas station at Somerset Crossing in Gainesville. The suspect is still at large.
According to the National Weather Service, a Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 5 p.m., Thursday afternoon, for the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore Metropolitan areas.
Candidates for Clerk of Court Attorney Jacqueline Smith and Del. Jackson Miller went head to head in a Candidates Forum, Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at Dar Al Noor in Manassas.
Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland has planned two public community meetings this week, ahead of the vote on the county tax rate.
Ryan Sawyers, of Gainesville, pledges to fight for the middle class, affordable health care, LGBTQ and women’s rights.
The Prince William County School Board presented a realistic Fiscal Year 18 budget at the Board of County Supervisors’ meeting, Tuesday evening, with an eye towards improvements.