Prince William Votes To Seek Federal Info On Illegal Immigrants

July 9, 2014

Inside NOVA

The Prince William Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to seek the whereabouts of an estimated 7,000 people county police have turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials …

Virginia county renews push for deportation data on illegal immigrants

June 16, 2014

Washington Times

The Virginia county that ignited a national debate by using local police to round up illegal immigrants is planning a new legal maneuver to force the U.S. government …

Northern Virginia’s only public-private commercially available wet laboratories facility opens in Prince William County, VA

June 11, 2014

Fort Mill Times

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA. — Prince William County today marked the official opening of the Prince William Science Accelerator and formally welcomed its first tenant ISOThrive LLC …

Prince William County to discuss deer population

March 31, 2014


WASHINGTON — The increasing deer population and the trouble it brings is the topic of discussion at a public meeting Monday evening in Prince William County.

“Several of us …

Stewart Fears Crime on Rise, Calls for More Police

March 11, 2014

Potomac Local

WOODBRIDGE, Va. – Two violent crimes in Woodbridge sparked reaction from Prince William County’s top leader Corey Stewart on Tuesday, who says the rate of violent crime in …

Prince William housing market rebounds

January 12, 2014


WASHINGTON – When the housing bubble burst, Prince William County was hit hard by the resulting foreclosure crisis. That’s because the county had a housing boom right before the …

Pr. William passes fiscal ‘14 budget; cuts substance abuse program but maintains Columbus Day holiday

April 24, 2013

By: Jeremy Borden

Washington Post

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors adopted its fiscal 2014 budget Tuesday, but not before some last-minute negotiations due to an unexpected increase in …

Pr. William residents weigh in on fiscal ’14 budget

April 12, 2013

By: Jeremy Borden
Washington Post

Around 40 Prince William County residents weighed in on the county’s proposed $967.4 million budget Tuesday night at the McCoart administration building, most of them …

Lieutenant Governor Candidate Speaks At College

April 12, 2013

By:Donald Thibeau
Flat Hat

With a can of Monster Energy Drink in hand, Chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors Corey Stewart spoke to the College of William …

Council of local governments in heated dispute over gun violence position

April 8, 2013

By Tom Jackman
Washington Post

The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is typically a cooperative group of top government officials from nearly every county and city in the Washington area. …