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The tiny village of Occoquan will light its Christmas Tree for the season on Friday, but not before some small-town community shopping fun.
Write by the Rails, a networking group of writers, has been officially chartered as the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club.
Officials failed to forecast the record turnout at polls on Tuesday.
Some government offices in the Potomac Communities will close Monday in observance of Veterans Day.
Democrat Lillie Jessie is heading to the Prince William County School Board.
Ahead of Superstorm Sandy on Monday came a influx of downloads of e Books from the Prince William County Library System.
Power is coming back on for the thousands in our area that lost it following Superstorm Sandy.
Happy Halloween. It’s not canceled.
High tide tonight brought the Occoquan River over a portion of crumbled seawall and into the basement of a building and back a back alley.
The tiny village of Occoquan remains without power this afternoon, and is cleaning up after a seawall failed
Officials are telling people to stay indoors and keep of area roads so crews can clean up storm damage.
10 a.m. Prince William County will close the Ferlazzo Shelter at 11 a.m. this morning. A total of 40 residents Keep Reading...
With the names of the interview panel leaked, the man who pushed for their release reacts to the news.
As Hurricane Sandy moves its way toward the Potomac Communities, families and companies all over Northern Virginia are preparing.
Sandy is on again, off again as the massive tropical cyclone is once again upgraded to a hurricane
One man’s push for transparency in government has been met with pushback.
Scary stories told around a campfire; its a classic fall memory that was served up last night at Occoquan Regional Park.
The Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton held its second annual Arts Gala on Saturday.
Cocktail reception attire is required; masks will be provided at the event. Enjoy the entertainment while having cocktails and eating hors’dourves.
Officials hope the third time is the charm for an attempt to relocate a six-inch gas line near Occoquan.