Opening Day for Woodbridge Little League

Friday, April 29 — It was opening day for Woodbridge Little League (WLL), and hundreds of Little Leaguers, parents, supporters and local dignitaries turned out for the official start of the 2011 season. The smell of hot dogs and popcorn wafted through the air as the familiar ball park concession stand opened for the first … Continue reading

The Woodbridge Living Top 10 in 2010

It’s that time of year — time to roll out our list of local businesses that we’ve chosen as the 10 best independent small businesses in our area. We’re all over the map with these, as they represent businesses that include food and beverage, skis and bikes, fine cuisine, incredible pies, pizza, sparkling jewelry and … Continue reading

Woodbridge High Girls’ Basketball Coach Collapses

Wednesday, Dec. 29 — Woodbridge Senior High School Vikings girls’ basketball coach George Washington collapsed during a tournament game in Stafford County yesterday afternoon. CPR was performed on him and an AED (automatic external defibrillator) also was used between his collapse and the arrival of the emergency crew. Washington regained a pulse and was taken … Continue reading

Woodbridge BMX Action

July 22 — On an early Thursday evening with temperatures still in the 90s, some 50 BMX racers as well as a large contingent of their families and friends gathered at the NOVA BMX track at the Prince William County Stadium Complex off the Prince William County Parkway for an evening of racing. Everyone was … Continue reading

Happy Independence Day

Of course the big event for fireworks in our area is the display that’s set off annually at the Potomac Nationals baseball field. Not only do they have fireworks there EVERY Saturday that they play there throughout the season, they have a game and then a HUGE fireworks display after the game, right as it … Continue reading

Woodbridge Remains Undefeated (19-0) in Boys Varsity Baseball

Woodbridge Vikings Baseball

May 14, 2010 — Despite an early 1-run lead by Gar-Field, which it held onto for almost an hour due to a severe weather delay as lightning drifted through Woodbridge in the early evening, the Vikings came back strong with a 4-run sixth inning to take a firm lead for the remainder of the game. … Continue reading

Celebrating the Moms of Woodbridge

Happy Mother's Day

Mother’s Day, May 9, 2010 — Happy Mother’s Day to all those moms out there who do so many things for their kids and family every day of the year. To the mothers of servicemen and women serving our nation, to the mothers who are in service to our country, to working moms and stay-at-home … Continue reading

May Day At Veterans Memorial Park

Skateboarding at Veterans Park.

It was a beautiful start to May on Saturday, so we ventured over to Veterans Memorial Park to spend some time outside. We stopped at one of the first spots as you enter the park — the skateboard facility. As the PWC Web site notes, the facility is a “skate at your own risk” option … Continue reading

Fancy Fencing?

Fencing gives you a pretty good workout, and if you don’t believe that, just try it. It’s a little like boxing — very intense, brief periods of exercise that really tax your cardio system. For anyone interested in taking up the sport, Have Blade Will Travel will agree to do a one-time test demo for … Continue reading

Nicklaus-Designed Course to Debut

The first Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course in the area is scheduled to open this October. It will be located on the nearby Cherry Hills Peninsula. Known as Harbor Station Golf Club, the course is intended to be the centerpiece of a resort and upscale housing development that “aims to transform an unremarkable piece of property … Continue reading