Prince William Public Libraries (PWPL) will no longer charge fines for late items beginning Thursday, July 1, 2021.
For over ten years, Rollins Ford Park has remained undeveloped for a variety of reasons. That is no longer the case.
Taylor Garduno Sharpe of Bristow is an avid volunteer, community leader, involved mother, wife and foster doggy-mommy to a senior pit-bull/great Dane mix. Her experience with great foster parents made her a great mom, and now foster-rescue mom.
Crafted Coach Ed Johnson is a leadership coach who inspires confidence and self-awareness in individuals so they can begin to operate as their best selves. The result is more successful interactions and honed skills in interpersonal relationships and inner growth.
n4a recognized the Area Agency on Aging for its sensitivity in recognizing a potentially underserved group and its creativity in meeting that group’s needs.
Teachables Nova, a new educational supply store in Bristow, presents 'Best Teacher of the Most Ridiculous Year Award' to Bristow Run Elementary School kindergarten teacher Kathy Blanco for excellence during an unprecedented year.
The new hours begin on Tuesday, June 8 for the PWHD Manassas Mall COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
The Prince William Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (DRPT) is seeking lifeguards to staff County pools and waterparks this summer.
OmniRide dispatched buses from its new Western Bus Operation and Maintenance Facility for the first time on Monday.
With nine books published, one of them an Amazon #1 new release and another a Nonfiction Author's Association Silver Award winner, Gotthardt was recognized for her contributions to the literary arts and the community