Board of County Supervisor Ruth Anderson of the Occoquan District and Chief Barry Barnard of the Prince William County Police Department will host a “Conversation with the Chief” in Lake Ridge.
When considering the candidates for Commonwealth’s Attorney, the most important thing we should look for is a leader whose judgment we can trust.
Occoquan District Supervisor Michael C. “Mike” May will formally kick off his campaign for Commonwealth’s Attorney this Saturday
Occoquan Magisterial District Supervisor, Republican Michael May, announced his candidacy for Prince William Commonwealth Attorney today.
The election results are in for mayor and council for the towns of Haymarket, Occoquan, Quantico and Dumfries.
Write By the Rails members in cooperation with the Prince William Arts Council selected a diverse group of residents to serve on the selection panel for Prince William County’s first poet laureate.
The Prince William School Board approves the FY15 budget after considering an alternative to fund further class size reductions.
Unless adjustments are made, this formula would leave the county side short $6.4 million and the school’s side short $8.7 million in each year of the 5-year plan.
Reed Heddleston is the Democratic candidate for Virginia Delegate of the 51st (Nokesville, Brentsville, Lake Ridge and Occoquan) District, championing metro expansion, public education and women’s reproductive rights.