We are excited to see that Governor Northam has placed education funding among the top priorities in his budget submitted to the General Assembly.
Everyone loves a parade, so when I woke up the morning after the history-making Washington Nationals' World Series win, I contacted Virginia Railway Express to see if it planned to provide service to the victory parade on Saturday.
Capacity Improvements for Route 28 between Fairfax County and Manassas have been narrowed down to two general alternatives:
In addition to our efforts in the General Assembly, some issues must be solved by the Congress and surprise medical billing is one of those issues.
Getting between Richmond and Washington, D.C.c can be difficult with very unpredictable travel times, especially on weekends in the summer.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has called the state legislature to Richmond this week for a special session to focus on measures to reduce firearm violence in the state. Addressing this problem is long overdue.
Thanks for taking the time to give us feedback on our reporting of the anticipated reopening of Wild Run Brewery.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court rendered a decision that has major significance for Virginia and especially for Northern Virginia, in addition to their decision on redistricting.
Father’s Day is one of my favorite days of the year, hands down!
Earlier this year, I shared with our community my key budget priorities for the upcoming 2019-20 school year, and I am pleased to announce that those priorities were all fully funded.
Each May, for one week, the Nation recognizes the service and sacrifice of the country’s law enforcement officers.
In approving Rays Regarde, Supervisors did the right thing
Governor Northam deserves a second chance, Republican Senator Richard Stuart wrote in a statement on Northam's yearbook controversy.
Because of housing overdevelopment, quality of life will suffer next school year for many of the students, parents, and teachers affected by the recent boundary changes for 16 elementary schools in the Woodbridge, Neabsco, and Occoquan districts.
Predatory lending, imposing abusive terms and high interest rates on borrowers regardless of ability to pay, is a nagging problem in Virginia.
By Senator Scott Surovell As traffic congestion continues to plague us, I am intensifying my fight for more transportation resources in our area. Last week, I testified before the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) and made the case for more funds for several critically needed transportation projects: the I-95/Occoquan bottleneck, U.S. 1 widening and bus rapid
Starting Monday, December 3, we’re on our way to a better, stronger website Since launching our subscription tier of content in January, Potomac Local has seen tremendous growth in readership. In a world where the term “fake news” is bandied about, in a community of more than a half million people that no longer has
On November 20, 2018, during its work session, the Dumfries Town Council became the first town in Prince William County to adopt a Resolution in support of ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment. In sharp contrast to the Prince William County Board of Supervisors Meeting where the Resolution was rejected, our Town Council adopted the Resolution
Thanksgiving is a holiday that people celebrate in America by inviting friends and family for parties. It is good to be grateful. In the Holy Qur’an it says “If you are grateful, I will surely bestow more favors on you” (14:8). The Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) said “One who is not
I recently read one of the top stories on Potomac Local about the new high school opening in 2021. After reading, I had some thoughts about reoccurring themes happening in Prince William County regarding the placement of public schools. I know that overcrowding has been a growing issue in Prince William County and we’ve compensated by
I’m a life-long Virginian who moved to Prince William County in 2007, when Corey Stewart became chairman of our board of supervisors. As a political independent, I’m fed-up with the misleading campaign rhetoric, empty promises and divisive scare tactics that Corey Stewart – and some other candidates from both major parties – use to try