TOP PRINCE WILLIAM NEWS
Wed., May. 22 - The Ronald Reagan Middle School PTSO is joining with Park Valley Church (PVC) to help those in need in Oklahoma. Park Valley Church, which holds its youth service at the school, is leading an effort by taking supplies and volunteers to ground zero to help the victims of the tragedy that took place this week just south of Oklahoma City. Park Valley Church will provide the U-Haul, but they need people who are willing to make the trip and supply donations to the tornado victims.
Tue., May. 21 - If all goes to plan later this summer, the Virginia Department of Transportation is set to dole out another $1.6 million aimed at easing congestion along the Route 1 corridor through Dumfries.
Tue., May. 21 - Opposition to the proposed Bi-County Parkway continued to grow last week as U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th) authored a letter to Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) outlining his "serious reservations about the North-South Corridor project."
Tue., May. 21 - The Osbourn Park varsity softball team picked up a 3-0 win over Woodbridge on Friday to claim the Cardinal District tournament championship after previously winning the regular season title.
Mon., May. 20 - The Battlefield varsity boys lacrosse team defeated North Stafford 12-5 in the quarterfinals of the Northwest Regional tournament Friday in Haymarket.
Mon., May. 20 - The Battlefield varsity softball team earned its eighth straight trip to regions Friday evening by defeating Patriot 4-0 at home in Haymarket during the consolation round of the district tournament.
Mon., May. 20 - Battlefield's 3-1 victory at home against Patriot in the Cedar Run District tournament championship allowed the Bobcats to claim both the regular-season and post-season district titles, a first for the baseball program.
Mon., May. 20 - The home team Bobcats won the district tournament championship 1-0 on the power of a corner kick from senior midfielder Bri Toelle that careened off the banana-covered forehead of senior co-captain Alex Wagoner and over the goal line with 33:24 remaining in the second half.
Sun., May. 19 - Hylton solidified its standing as the best baseball team on the eastern end of the county Friday at home by defeating Osbourn Park 9-2 in the Cardinal District tournament championship.