Prince William County News
Prince William County leads Virgnia in job creation, according to a new study from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Hoping to win a chunk of $1 million in prize money to help struggling music programs, several area schools have submitted videos hoping to attract votes.
This week, a new national museum will come another step closer to opening its doors in the D.C. region.
A food pantry that was forced to close down last week will be reopening a week earlier than planned thanks to a groundswell of support from the community.
Several transportation projects are underway throughout Northern Virginia that could soon bring some traffic relief to commuters. But before that happens, the road construction could cause more headaches.
Halloween is almost here, and if you're out and about this weekend buying costumes and decorations there are some things you should keep in mind.
A Prince William County couple charged with dry-walling their three children in a bedroom have pleaded guilty to three counts of felony child abuse.
A food pantry serving about 2,000 people in and around Prince William County is closing temporarily because of a lack of donations.
Police officers received a call Monday night from a neighbor who reported seeing a suspicious creature roaming the area of Colchester Road and Randall Drive.
Only the left lane gets by on I-95 at Prince William Parkway for emergency road construction.
Virginia State Police Monday will begin ticketing illegally parked cars in a popular commuter lot in Woodbridge.
Twenty-three people have been displaced by a fire at a Manassas apartment building and a woman has been charged with felony arson.
Three communities in the D.C. area are being honored for being among the 100 best for young people.
Woodbridge Supervisor Frank Principi says it's "great news" that Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is asking the federal government for assistance after flooding from Tropical Storm Lee devastated businesses and neighborhoods in the area.
A heads-up for illegal parkers. Starting Tuesday police plan to start cracking down on one popular commuter lot.
In Prince William County, almost 30 homes have been victims of copper theft since June.
"The rates have exceeded what I would call 'affordable levels,'" D.C. Chief Tenant Advocate Johanna Shreve says, pointing to the large number of elderly residents, those making less than $20,000 per year and the large immigrant population in D.C., many of whom have to work three jobs to afford a home.
It's less than a month until voters choose a new general assembly and much of northern Virginia has become key battlegrounds for candidates.
Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart says the costs for a Metro expansion to Prince William County could cost between $2 and $3 billion, plus hundreds of millions in operating expenses.
With 400,000 people living in the area, Prince William County is the second largest county in Virginia. By 2020, the number could jump to 500,000 residents. All these people mean long commutes and a lot of traffic.
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