Advanced Search
Breaking News Bristow Environment Health & Safety Local Government Real Estate

Supervisor Lawson to hold Feb. 24 Town Hall on Devlin Road development proposal

Jeanine Lawson, Brentsville District Supervisor, has announced that she will host a town hall regarding the Devlin Road development proposal on Monday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. at Chris Yung Elementary School. The application includes 516 homes built on 269 acres, bordered by Linton Hall and Devlin Roads.

Juvenile driver charged in July 24 Rollins Ford Rd. fatality

On Aug. 21, investigators with the Prince William County Police Department's Crash Investigation Unit charged the juvenile driver in connection to the crash that occurred in the area of Rollins Ford Rd and Estate Manor Dr in Bristow on July 24.

Young leaders engage in philanthropic “competition” for two local nonprofits

Now through July 26, local middle and high school students are participating in the Leadership Prince William Summer Youth Academy’s annual Leadership Lemonade fundraiser.

Alarm activated at Bristow golf facility; glass door broken, property reported missing

A Prince William County K-9 unit searched the Broad Run Golf and Practice Facility early June 20 and did not find anyone inside, according to a Prince William County Police Department Report. Officers had arrived at the business after an alarm activation. Surveillance footage showed an unknown suspect, police said.

Allegation of inappropriate touching leads to arrest of Bristow teacher

Prince William County Police Department's arrest log for Monday, April 23, 2018.

Supervisor Lawson to hold April 2 town hall on proposed county budget

Budget Town Hall Meeting, with Supervisor Jeanine Lawson on Monday, April 2, from 7 to 9 p.m. Marsteller Middle School, 14000 Sudley Manor Dr, Bristow, VA 20136

Chris Yung Elem. parent leads donation of 35 books to school library in honor of Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, the mother of a Chris Yung Elementary School student and her sorority sisters set out to compile a set of books that positively feature main characters who are black. They donated the 35-book collection to the school library.

Police are investigating armed robbery, indecent exposure and three residential burglaries

Prince William County Police Department's crime log for Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2017

Students at Bristow Run learn outside the box

Bristow Run Elementary's counselor, Melissa Leischner made students the focus of school counseling assemblies. To turn over ownership of her school assemblies to the students, she started writing student-led plays about topics such as bullying, diversity, and careers, all of which are part of the counseling curriculum.

Follow Us on Twitter!/bullrunnow
Welcome Guest! | Login