Prince William County News
Retailer JC Penney will hold a three-day career fair beginning Thursday Jan. 5 at Potomac Mills Mall.
A Woodbridge man has been arrested for allegedly cutting the brake line on a vehicle belonging to a woman he knows.
A new battle cry is ringing out across the county this New Year's Day -- go take a hike.
The pretrial confinement facility is being permanently closed Saturday as part of the cost-cutting measures recommended by the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission.
Following an unprecedented year of disaster both nationally and in the D.C. area, the American Red Cross is itself looking for relief through increased financial help.
Virginia motorists are being ticketed and convicted of a violation that is not a crime under state law: driving without proof of insurance.
Call it a playground for Bambi and G-Men, where imaginary criminals are hunted and deer are the spectators.
Donna Donahue marks the days since her son's disappearance on the calendar in her kitchen.
A burglary suspect has been shot and killed by Prince William County Police in Dumfries.
If you're heading down I-95 by Woodbridge, you'll see an updated version of the iconic circular Potomac Mills sign.
A startling discovery for some surveyors this morning in Prince William County.
Police in Virginia are looking for a man in connection with two separate instances of indecent exposure involving children.
Manassas Regional Airport, 30 miles from D.C., pumped more than $234 million into the local economy in 2010, according to a new Virginia Department of Aviation Economic Impact report.
After years of discussions, lawsuits and redesigns, the High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes for I-95 in Virginia appear to be a done deal.
Most have heard how important it is to buy locally. When it comes to giving to food banks -- donating locally might be just as important.
A local woman accused of two bank robberies and a carjacking has been arrested in Maryland after trying to rob another bank.
A Maryland woman has been charged with concealing a dead body after police say she buried her apparently stillborn infant in a shallow grave in Virginia.
Sixty-Six families lost their homes when water from Tropical Storm Lee inundated their trailer park Sept. 8. Now, there could be a court battle in over rebuilding it.
Police are still on the hunt for a young Manassas woman who they say is responsible for a string of crimes.
Residents of the Holly Acres Mobile Home Park in Prince William County can give thanks for some recent good news, although it may have come too late for some.