TOP PRINCE WILLIAM NEWS
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.
Fri., Oct. 24 - William Lloyd of Woodbridge has graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a master of arts in teaching in education. Lloyd graduated during the summer 2014 commencement ceremonies.
Fri., Oct. 24 - Hampden-Sydney College has announced its dean's list for the spring semester. Jefferson Thompson of Woodbridge and Roman Wohlrab of Woodbridge were among the students honored.