TOP PRINCE WILLIAM NEWS
Sat., Oct. 25 - It's more of a happy coincidence than anything that a giant clock will likely coincide with the start of the next phase of the Town of Quantico's Street Scape project. Yet that's how the scheduling appears to be lining up, according to Quantico vice mayor Rusty Kuhns.
Sat., Oct. 25 - Beta Sigma Phi International Sorority is a women’s sorority with thousands of members worldwide. The local chapter, Xi Delta Gamma, recently announced its 2014 scholarship winners. The applicants were judged on scholastic merit, transcripts, extra-curricular activities, community service, and an essay. Xi Delta Gamma 's 2014 scholarship winners are:
Sat., Oct. 25 - After eight weeks in which there had been only a handful of kind-of, sort-of upsets in local high school varsity football, winless Osbourn stunned Stonewall Jackson 28-27 at the Eagles' homecoming in Manassas on Friday night while Potomac pulled out a surprise 34-27 overtime victory against host Woodbridge. Meanwhile, Hylton's seventh win officially made the Bulldogs playoff bound while their rival for the eastern crown Forest Park avoided a surprise defeat against Gar-Field with a one-point victory.
Fri., Oct. 24 - A Nokesville group's plan to build an off-road motorcycle track in Fauquier hit a significant roadblock recently. Fauquier supervisors voted 3-2 on Oct. 9 to deny a zoning change that would have paved the way for constructing such facilities.
Fri., Oct. 24 - Democratic candidate for Congress John Foust made a mistake when he said that his Republican opponent, Barbara Comstock, had “never held a real job.” As the “Washington Post” recently verified, Comstock has been consistently at work as a hit (wo)man for the Republicans starting with her attempt to smear Hilary Clinton in the 90s over the so-called Travelgate mess that turned out nothing.