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PWC’s new Central Police Station to be named in honor of retired Chief Charlie T. Deane

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Nov. 21 voted to name the new Central District Police Station after retired Police Chief Charlie T. Deane. When he retired in 2012 with 42 years service, Deane was the longest-serving of the original 42-member of the Prince William County Police Department.

Victim stabbed in Woodbridge 7-Eleven when he refused to hand over the shoes he was wearing

A 25-year-old man, was inside a Woodbridge 7-Eleven when he was approached by two unknown men. During the encounter, the men confronted the victim over his shoes and demanded the victim hand the shoes over to them.

Prince William County school budget wins award for 22nd year

PWCS has met the challenge of making a school budget readable and understandable, so say examiners for the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International, for the 22nd consecutive year.

State awards for theatre programs and participants at three western Prince William schools

PWCS drama students from Reagan and Gainesville Middle Schools and Patriot High School turned in winning performances at the Theatre Festival held in conjunction with the Virginia Theatre Association annual conference Oct. 28-29.

New post for Stonewall High School’s counseling director

Dara Harris Dugger, current director of school counseling at Stonewall Jackson High School, has been appointed director of Prince William County Schools' Office of Student Management and Alternative Programs.

Prince William girl wins Library of Congress award in amazing story of the power of a book

Suzahn Vollstad's essay on the book recently won the First Place Grand Prize for A Book That Shaped Me, a summer writing contest sponsored by the Library of Congress.

PWC Landfill and Balls Ford Rd. facility closed Thanksgiving Day

Prince William County Landfill and Balls Ford Road Yard Waste Compost Facility will be closed Thursday, Nov. 23 in observance of Thanksgiving Day, according to a news release from the county's Solid Waste Division.

Virginia State Parks suggest making “Black Friday” green

Virginia State Parks Director Craig Seaver was quoted as saying in a news release, “The weather will be great, state parks will look beautiful, and it will be a wonderful time for people to focus on what’s really important – family, health and making memories that last a lifetime.”

Health plan open season workshop Nov. 18 to assist federal workers and retirees

Congressman Gerry Connolly will hold his annual Open Season Workshop on Nov. 18, at the Fairfax County Government Center to assist federal employees and retirees in navigating through the many changes in the 2018 Federal Employees Health Benefits Plans (FEHBP), dental and vision insurance programs.
Today's Obituaries

Paul S. Neumann, career truck driver, antique auto enthusiast, mechanic and poet

A memorial service will be held in Manassas, VA on Nov. 25 for Paul Steve Neumann, (12/25/1954-11/09/2017) who passed away peacefully with his family at his side.

Charles Jones Sr. of Haymarket, retired service manager of Capital Cadillac, father of five

Funeral services were held at Baker-Post Funeral Home & Cremation Center in Manassas, Va. on Nov. 15, 2017 for Charles Edward Jones, Sr., 78, of Haymarket, Va., who joined his Lord in heaven on Nov. 9, 2017. Interment was at Stonewall Memory Gardens. His son, Pastor Charles Edward Jones, Jr. officiated.

William Carl Puckett, retired airline captain, farmer, flight instructor, musician, father of three

William “Carl” Puckett of Nokesville died unexpectedly on Sunday, October 15, 2017. Funeral services will be private.
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