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Corey Stewart Calls For Arizona-Like Immigration Law In Virginia

by @ Friday, June 18th, 2010. Filed under Prince William County, Virginia, Virginia Politics

Prince William County’s Corey Stewart wants Virginia to follow Arizona’s example on education: The chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors is calling on Virginia legislators to pass a law cracking down on illegal immigration similar to a controversial Arizona measure. Board Chairman Corey A. Stewart (R-At Large) said he will spend the […]

Prince William County Ditches The Car Sticker

by @ Wednesday, October 7th, 2009. Filed under Prince William County, Virginia

For some reason, I’m getting alot of traffic today from people who seem to be wondering about the status of County car stickers in Prince William County. You don’t need them anymore: If you received a 2009 PERSONAL PROPERTY VERIFICATION FORM and you would like to report your corrections on-line, click here RECENT CHANGE TO […]

Signs Of A Real Estate Turnaround In Northern Virginia

by @ Tuesday, September 15th, 2009. Filed under Economics, Prince William County, Real Estate, Virginia

Northern Virginia, especially Prince William and Loudoun Counties, was one of the hardest-hit areas when the real estate market collapsed starting in 2007. Now it looks like things have started turning around: Average home prices rose for the first time in at least two years in Virginia’s Prince William and Loudoun counties, the Washington area’s […]

Good News For Prince William County Homeowners

by @ Thursday, March 19th, 2009. Filed under Prince William County, Virginia, Virginia Politics

It looks like your property taxes will be going down: Prince William County homeowners, at ground zero of the local foreclosure crisis, would receive the biggest reduction in property tax bills in the Washington suburbs under a measure approved yesterday. Most local governments are raising tax rates to offset the effects of the sagging housing […]

Another Northern Virginia School System To Close For Inauguration Day

by @ Thursday, December 4th, 2008. Filed under Inauguration Day 2009, Prince William County, Washington DC

Riley at Virginia Virtucon posts a memo from Prince William County Schools Associate Superintendent Keith Imon TO: All PWCS Staff FR: Keith Imon, Associate Superintendent for Communications and Technology Services RE: School Board Changes January 20 School Schedule Dear Colleagues: As a result of School Board action at its meeting on Wednesday, December 3, this […]

Do Republicans Have A Future In Northern Virginia ?

by @ Thursday, December 4th, 2008. Filed under Prince William County, Virginia, Virginia Politics

That’s at question that The Washington Post’s Tim Craig attempts to answer the question, and the prospects don’t look good: President-elect Barack Obama received 60 percent of the vote in Fairfax County and 72 percent in Arlington County and Alexandria, giving him a trove of support that made it nearly impossible for Sen. John McCain […]

As Goes Prince William County, So Goes Virginia

Just before the election, Time Magazine declared Prince William County the key to victory in Virginia, as it turns out they were entirely correct: Prince William prided itself as being the last Republican redoubt in Northern Virginia. The county gained national attention for a crackdown on illegal immigrants, and its legislative delegation has some of […]

Connolly Beats Fimian In Virginia 11

The outcome wasn’t entirely a surprise, but nonetheless Gerry Connolly has beat Keith Fimian in Virginia’s 11th Congressional District: Gerald E. Connolly, the well-known chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, won election to the U.S. House of Representatives, putting a Democrat in a seat long held by Republican Thomas M. Davis III. Connolly […]

Heavy Turnout But Smooth Voting In Northern Virginia

Despite heavy turnout, it sounds like voting has gone fairly smoothly in Northern Virginia: Registrars in Northern Virginia told me this afternoon that voting has gone extremely well thus far, with unprecedented turnout across the board, very few problems inside the polls, and just a few minor glitches here and there that are nothing out […]

Barack Obama Closes Campaign In Prince William County

I live only about ten minutes away from the Prince William County Fairgrounds, and as early as 5:00pm last night, you could tell there was something big going on there. The eastern sky was lit up with the floodlight and there were more helicopters than I could count hovering in the sky above. Barack Obama […]

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