Concerned citizens participated in a Virginia 1st District Mock Town Hall, Tuesday, at Patriot High School in Nokesville, to discuss Rob Wittman’s voting record.
When Bristow Smoothie King owner Tim Smith held a “Spring Fling” event April 8, he had no difficulty finding local fitness related businesses that wanted to participate.
During the second half of April, Mondays are “Teachers Appreciation Days” at Dunkin Donuts located in Braemar Village Plaza off Sudley Road in Bristow. This means all educators will receive a 10 percent discount on April 17 and 24 when they show their employee IDs.
The Morgan Property Group of North Carolina announced that it has acquired more than four acres of land at the northwest corner of Sudley Manor Drive and Vint Hill Road in Bristow to develop a new shopping plaza with a 7-Eleven gas and convenience store as its anchor.
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.
It can be hard to keep up with this wave of legislation, but there is one amendment that sticks out and has a far greater impact on the lives of working Virginians than any other: authorizing the Governor to expand Medicaid in Virginia.
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.
Congressman Rob Wittman (R-Va. 1st district) announced, Monday, he views the Republican’s American Health Care Act unfavorably and will not be supporting the legislation in its current form.
Prince William County School Board passed an $1.6 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2018, assuring the PRICE model for the new high school.