Prince William News
Fri., Mar. 27 - Late last month, the Prince William Chamber of Commerce voted to fill two vacancies on its board of directors. Richard Wingo of Micron Technology and Eric Tatum of Dominion Virginia Power were unanimously approved to serve as representatives from their respective companies.
Fri., Mar. 27 - On March 20 SERVE celebrated 40 years as Prince William's most prominent local charity for underprivileged families. The anniversary was celebrated with a dinner and dance at the Continental Events Center in Manassas. The SERVE campus houses a 92-bed shelter for homeless families, an 8,800 square foot food distribution center and an Early Head Start classroom.
Fri., Mar. 27 - When T. Clay Wood Elementary School’s Virginia state flag started to look a little rough around the edges, principal Andrew Buchheit wanted something special to replace it. He contacted Prince William Del. Rich Anderson (R-51st) during the General Assembly session and Anderson put in a request.
Thu., Mar. 26 - Those who work at the Prince William-Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center are always looking for ways to reduce recidivism, and they hope a new program they’ve recently instituted might help. Nine inmates recently passed the National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe food protection manager’s course, which teaches people how to safely cook, prepare and store food.
Thu., Mar. 26 - The Hylton Performing Arts Center has announced the collection of performances coming to Prince William in the coming months. Now entering its sixth season, the community arts center on George Mason University’s Prince William Campus provides a permanent residence for local and regional ensembles and a performance space where people can see performing artists and ensembles.
Thu., Mar. 26 - Cards flew and chips rolled Saturday night in Haymarket at the Casino Night fundraiser for Haymarket-based Serve Our Willing Warriors. The organization is working to open a retreat on Waterfall Road for wounded veterans and their families. John Dominick, co-founder of the group, said he was very pleased with ticket sales.
Thu., Mar. 26 - Dominion, the Arbor Day Foundation and elementary schools in Dominion's service area have teamed up to create Project Plant It. The project is a partnership that works to teach students about the benefits of trees. This year, the partnership will be sending 6,973 red bud seedlings to third-graders in Prince William County.
Thu., Mar. 26 - The winners of the Prince William County Valor Awards were recently announced during a special ceremony.
Thu., Mar. 26 - Waterfall Road in Haymarket changes to Hopewell Road as it continues into Fauquier County to its end point in The Plains. The terrain looks much the same, dotted by homes and farms. There's plenty of elbow room since homes don't butt up close to each other like in the newer developments that have sprouted, particularly in otter areas of Prince William County.
Wed., Mar. 25 - The Washington Post reported today that a mother and daughter from Nokesville were among the 150 people who died on a Germanwings flight from Spain to Germany that crashed Tuesday in the French Alps.
Trial date set in case against Culpeper top prosecutor
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Fraizer is seeking $25,000 in damages from Frederick for the alleged incident. He filed the suit just days before the statute of limitations would have barred any legal action based on the alleged incident.
Fauquier County Judge Charles Foley gave Fraizer until April 25th to file a “Bill of Particulars” which will outline the facts of his case. He also ordered Frederick to file her “Grounds of Defense” by May 25 which will answer the allegations in the Bill of Particulars.
Both documents are standard filings in a Warrant in Debt civil action.
Foley was called in as a substitute judge to hear the case because of Frederick’s position as Commonwealth Attorney.
According to those familiar with the incident, Frazier’s Warrant in Debt stems from an incident in Frederick’s office between Frederick and Frazier. Frazier, acting under orders from his superiors, removed a computer program, which accessed criminal records, from Frederick’s office. She allegedly confronted him about the removal.
Frazier declined to comment on the incident because of the pending litigation.
Frazier appeared without an attorney although he said he is in the process of securing one. Frederick, who came to court with her assistant Angela Catlett, told the court Leesburg attorney Daniel Travostino will represent her.
This is the second civil law suit Frederick has had filed against her by another member of the county government. Last year Stevensburg Supervisor Bill Chase filed a $1.75 million defamation suit against the Commonwealth Attorney. That suit stems from an email Frederick sent out in which she characterized unnamed members of the board of supervisors as “corrupt” and “incompetent.”
The defamation suit is scheduled for a jury trial in Circuit Court April 21-22, 2015. The email also prompted the Culpeper Board of Supervisors to file an October 2013 complaint with the Virginia State Bar against Frederick.