Prince William County News
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.
An employee of the Transportation and Security Administration has been arrested for sexually assaulting a woman in his Manassas neighborhood after flashing his badge and while wearing his uniform.
A special ornament packing party held this weekend was a big hit.
Despite soaring temperatures that cut into attendance, a report on the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War's Battle of Manassas labels the event a success.
A 70-year-man is charged with reckless driving after crashing into two Virginia State Police cruisers on I-95 Saturday afternoon.
FEMA has approved federal disaster assistance to help eight local governments in Virginia with the costs of cleanup from Tropical Storm Lee flooding.
The Virginia Small Business Administration has opened offices in Fairfax County and Prince William County for residents or businesses to apply for the low interest loans if their homes or businesses were damaged by Tropical Storm Lee.
Gov. Bob McDonnell is seeking federal disaster loans for homeowners, renters and business owners in Fairfax and Prince William counties who were affected by Tropical Storm Lee's remnants.
In the Prince William County Board of Supervisors races, incumbents won, except in the Gainesville District.
Those hearty enough to brave the winter cold can now enjoy the Dale City Farmers Market year-round.
A Halloween heist in Woodbridge on Monday night left a couple kids candyless and few teenagers in jail.
The guilty verdict in a drunken driving case that killed a nun has Prince William County's Board of Supervisors chairman speaking out again about illegal immigration.
A judge on Monday found a Bolivian immigrant guilty of murder for causing a crash while driving drunk that killed a Benedictine nun and severely injured two others last year.
The stink -- the smell of rotten eggs -- at Potomac Landfill riled up residents who complained to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, which in turn cited the privately-run facility in Dumfries.
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.
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