It’s tax season and that means you’re running around the home office looking for documents, receipts, and other pieces of paper that may have fallen behind your desk over the past year.
Heather Mitchell is the Republican candidate for who’s running for the House District 2 seat, to represent portions of Prince William and Stafford counties. The seat is currently held by Democrat Jennifer Carroll Foy.
Vanpools are becoming a more popular way to commute in Northern Virginia.
On this episode of the Potomac Local Podcast, we take our reporting deeper with an interview with longtime Prince William County Realtor and one-time candidate for the Prince William Board of County Supervisors Scott Jacobs.
Today on the Potomac Local Podcast, we talk with Dr. Robert “Bob” Schneider, executive director of OmniRide.
Virginia Delegate Danica Roem talks to us about why she's pushing for a shield law in Virginia to protect journalists.
On this edition of the Potomac Local Podcast, reporter Olivia Briscoe joins me to talk about her reporting on the Prince William County Landfill, and about how plastics are piling up there. She reported this week that, since a decision made by China earlier this year to stop accepting used plastics for recycling, that waste
Subscribe to the Potomac Local Live Podcast We’re getting a tour of the poultry barn at the Prince William County Fair on this episode of the Potomac Local Live Podcast. Find out what goes into judging the best bird in Prince William County. There’s a lot more to it than you think. And check out
Subscribe to the Potomac Local Live Podcast When it comes to our food, many of us know what we’re eating but a lot of us don’t know where it comes from. We get a behind the scenes look at what it takes to raise show beef cattle entered into competition at the Prince William County
Subscribe to the Potomac Local Live Podcast From a press release: The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office will once again be participating in National Night Out, an annual event that promotes police-community relationships and neighborhood camaraderie and safety. On Tuesday, August 7, 2018, communities throughout the county will hold neighborhood celebrations throughout the late afternoon and
Subscribe to the Potomac Local Live Podcast We’re entering the “dog days” of summer as August begins. The folks at Historic Manassas, Inc. made that the theme of this month’s First Friday celebration, the monthly event that brings hundreds to the city’s downtown. It will be held in Downtown Manassas from 6 to 9 p.m.
Download and Subscribe to the Potomac Local Live Podcast A sinkhole measuring 18 feet deep and 25 feet wide has crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation working overtime. The hole formed last week in North Stafford after heavy rains in the area, and subsequently forced the transportation agency to close a portion of Eustace Road
Sarah Nucci, a preservationist in Prince William County, joins us today on the Potomac Local Podcast. She discusses an award-winning effort to preserve poll books used to track Prince William County voters during the turn of the 20th century. And, as any student of U.S. history might expect, blacks were not treated the same as
In this episode of the Potomac Local Podcast, I talk with OmniRide Executive Director Bob Schneider about the transit agency’s new look, how it is overcoming internal struggles in its organization, and a new service that will operate more like Uber than a transit bus. We recorded this podcast at the OmniRide Transit Center, home
Last year, Manassas City officials passed a budget that increased the average real estate tax bill by an average of $198. It was called an “investing year” as the budget included multiple capital improvement projects that included the construction of a new police public safety center, a new fire station, and funding for a project
We’re talking about the health of local craft breweries on today’s Potomac Local Podcast. The founders of Waters End Brewery in Lake Ridge: Ryan Sharkey, Zack Mote, and Josh Fournelle join us to talk about their brewery business model. The timely conversation comes as two other breweries in nearby Woodbridge — Ornery Brewery Public House and
Prince William County has a homeless problem. About 400 people in the county live in shelters, or in wooded areas around major roadways and shopping centers. As more development occurs in the county forcing some out of their tents in wooded encampments, the county’s government aims to do more to help the homeless get access
The Manassas Regional Airport is the largest general aviation airport in Virginia. For years, the airport has attracted pilots and their clients who are looking for an alternative to larger airports like Regan Washington National or Dulles airports. We talked to the airport’s director Juan Rivera who told us that while the airport has little
Traffic congestion and enforcement is a growing problem in Prince William County. As the population continues to increase, so do the number of fatal car crashes. There were 26 fatal crashes in the county in 2016, a whopping 145% increase over the prior year. One local leader, Supervisor Ruth Anderson of the Occoquan District, says