News Archive: November 2013
The Stafford County Board of Supervisors this week voted to support a widening plan for U.S. 1 in the Boswell’s Corner area. The plan, developed by the Federal Highway Administration, is geared to help the corridor handle increased traffic, primarily related to Marine Corps Base Quantico and the Base Realignment and Closure, which brought thousands of federal workers into the commuting mix in North Stafford and southern Prince William County.
Two defense contractors recently leased a total of about 21,000 square feet of office space at the Quantico Corporate Center off U.S. 1 in North Stafford.
The Courtyard by Marriott hotel at the Quantico Corporate Center in North Stafford is on track to be finished by mid-October and open by mid-November. Walter Burton has been hired as the hotel’s general manager, and Nikita McNeill as director of sales.
A man’s long-held desire to start a backyard barbecue-style restaurant paid off for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Light the Night Walk. Grilling For A Cure is a not-for-profit started and operated by Joe Peruzzi to help fight diseases by feeding the hungry, he said.
More than 400 athletes lined up at the Quantico Corporate Center this morning to participate in the Crossroads 4-Miler, presented by the Marine Corps Marathon.
The Stafford Board of Supervisors approved nearly $51,000 in technology zone incentives to Patricio Enterprises.
Stafford County’s new HUBZone designation will be the topic of a workshop on July 25 at the Stafford Technology + Research Center.
County buys 13 acres in Boswell’s Corner from Silver Cos. for $3.4M Stafford County’s purchase of 13 acres from the Silver Cos. could lead the way for a campus for its technology and research park, with buildings first opening in five years under optimistic plans. No decisions have been made