Woodbridge Wanderings – ON AIR Theater

Aug. 30 –– A D.C. theater troupe, Lean & Hungry Theater, which has performed radio theater-style Shakespeare plays for broadcast on an annual basis, is beginning a new radio presence with WAMU 88.5, a local National Public Radio affiliate, to broadcast recordings of its productions monthly, according to a report in the Washington Business Journal. … Continue reading

Back to School – Bus Schedules

What every parent of a school-age child wants to know: the bus schedule for your child’s school. We’ve got a link to the bus schedules of each of Prince William County’s schools, listed in alphabetical order: PWC School Bus Schedule. (Note: click on the headline at the top of this story or the read more … Continue reading

An Evening at the Prince William County Fair

Saturday, Aug. 14 — The smell of fresh popcorn, funnel cakes, sausages, fries, cheese steaks and smoked turkey legs drifted through the air. The sounds of laughter, shouts, squeals of joy, music and barkers calling crowds to their booths reverberated throughout the day. The smells, the sounds, the sights were unmistakeable. The Prince William County … Continue reading

Aug. 12 Storm Power Outages

Take a look at this snapshot of power outages as of 4:48 pm, and you’ll see that even though the storm that swept through the Woodbridge area just a little while ago was very intense, with heavy rain, thunder and lightning, it looks like for the most part we haven’t been heavily impacted. You’ll see … Continue reading

Man Pleads Guilty in 2008 Popeye’s Murder

A defendant who was charged in the Jan. 22, 2008 shooting death of a manager at the Popeye’s on Smoketown Road between Minnieville Road and the Prince William County Parkway pleaded guilty in Prince William Circuit Court to an abduction charge today, Monday, Aug. 9, according to a report in InsideNova.com. James William Carolina, was … Continue reading

PWC Fair Opens Its Gates

The annual Prince William County Fair opened Friday, Aug. 13, at the fairgrounds in Manassas (MAP). The fair, billed as the largest county fair in the state of Virginia, runs through Saturday, Aug. 21. This year’s theme is “Celebrate Bounty in our County,” and the list of events runs a familiar theme: livestock displays and … Continue reading

Today is Final Day of Sales Tax Holiday

Today, Sunday, Aug. 8, is the final day of the three-day back-to-school sales tax holiday that has been in effect since Friday in Virginia. The tax moratorium includes school supply items that have a price tag of $20 or less per item, clothing (including shoes) that is priced at $100 or less per item, as … Continue reading

Woodbridge Archer Wins Championship

Braden Gellenthien of Woodbridge won the 2010 Archery World Cup Stage 3 championship finals over rival Jorge Jimenez of Salvador in their Aug. 7 match in Ogden, Utah, in front of a crowd of 2,500. The Ogden World Cup is the third of four qualifying stages where the top seven athletes in each division advance … Continue reading

Waterworks Water Park Vandalized, Closed

Aug. 1 — Waterworks water park in Dale City is closed down after being vandalized. For the complete story, go to InsideNova.com.