Increasing the threshold of the infamous BPOL tax in Prince William County is just the start of the conversation.
Prince William Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart At-large will return for his 9th year on the Board in 2016.
Incumbent Prince William Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart was elected to a third full term tonight.
The new Haymarket-Gainesville Community Library opened with much fan fare, last Thursday morning, after a presentation, which commenced with a ribbon cutting.
At a special meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors Monday morning, board members voted unanimously to send a letter to Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne to convey their opposition to VDOT’s (Virginia Department of Transportation) proposal to build a park & ride on the Heflin farm property.
One of the last working farms in Prince William County has been granted a reprieve by the state of Virginia, which had intended to build a commuter lot on the land along Interstate 66.
Gainesville and Haymarket have a new community library. Hundreds gathered Thursday for a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting for the new Haymarket-Gainesville Community Library on Lightner Road, just off Route 15.
Prince William County will join jurisdictions across the U.S. to “ban the box” when it comes to asking about past criminal convictions on employment applications.
Opposition to tolls on I-66 grew last week as a few local politicians announced their opposition to tolling on I-66, following a Virginia Department of Transportation meeting, Oct. 5, to discuss plans for I-66 inside the Beltway.
The Prince William Chamber Political Action Committee (Prince William Chamber PAC), the political arm of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, announced its endorsement today of Corey Stewart (R) for reelection as Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors.