Tag: Prince William County
Neabsco District Supervisor John Jenkins (D) accused County Executive Melissa Peacor of acting outside her authority in requesting the development of a new logo for the county.
The Prince William County Girls Softball Little League was ‘swinging in the rain,’ during the Bat Bonanza fundraiser at Tyler Elementary Saturday, May 18.
All five Prince William and Manassas Chick-fil-A’s will hold a spirit night May 21 in honor of Officer Chris Yung, the Prince William County officer who lost his life in the line of duty.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) decided to postpone its vote to approve the building of the North-South Corridor/Bi-County Parkway.
The Energy Management Division will make its first presentation to the School Board Wednesday evening on the progress they have made in the last year
In respond to citizens’ concerns, U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf and Va. Del. Tim Hugo have taken their fight against the Bi-County Parkway to Richmond.
Brentsville District School Board member Gil Trenum said the school division prefers implementing a new traffic pattern at Patriot High School before accepting county funds to build a new access lane for student drivers.
Supervisors fund drug rehabilitation program for jail inmates and graduates of the program shared their stories.
Several Western Prince William County citizens spoke out against the Bi-County Parkway, and supervisors responded at their May 7 meeting.