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Driver of Braemar Fuel Spill Truck Receives Probation, Fines — James Patrick Burless, the individual who drove the tanker truck that overturned at the Safeway Gas Station in Braemar Village Plaza July 11, 2013 causing a substantial fuel leak, was sentenced Thursday in Prince William District Court. [Bristow Beat]
Barriers going up to block I-95 noise — Alicia Izman can see – and hear – the traffic on Interstate 95 from her Prince William Estates home in Dumfries.[Insidenova.com]
Stafford School Board votes to give pay raises — Stafford School Board members drew applause Monday night from an audience of teachers, bus drivers and school retirees by voting to give raises next year and to keep a popular early-retirement incentive program. [Fredericksburg.com]
Feds revoke license of bus driver in I–95 crash — The driver of the discount bus that crashed on snowy Interstate 95 in mid-March has been taken off the road because of his language problems, according to court records. [Fredericksburg.com]
Base completes five-year noise study: Winter months see increase in noise — A recent study of noise generated by live-fire training at Marine Corps Base Quantico has concluded there is a reason why noise can be heard at greater distances during the winter and early spring than at other times of the year. [Quantico Sentry]
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