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PWC Police Beat 5/19/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report for May 19, 2011.

Stirrup strives to cross the finish line

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Gainesville Supervisor John Stirrup runs a good race. He's a runner and plans to run again for office-perhaps state senate. He runs his life striving for balance. He's a husband, father, church member, farm owner, sportsman and businessman. He's served as supervisor of the Gainesville Magisterial District since he was first elected in 2003. Read the full story in the May 20, 2011 print edition of the Bull Run Observer.

PWC crime rate drops

PWC police released 2010 statistics showing a decline in the crime rate.

PWCS and police to hold May 25 teen driver education program

Prince William police and schools are teaming up to offer a safe teen driving presentation on May 25 at Battlefield High School.

Cedar Point’s Space Week lifted off

Students at Cedar Point Elementary School
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in Bristow got a close-up view of flying machines, including a hot air balloon. Again this year, Cindy Brennan created a program designed to whet students' appetites to learn more about space programs and flight.

Glenkirk Elem. holds “Knight at the Museum”

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Glenkirk Elementary School in Gainesville, Va., hosted “Knight at the Museum” to display artwork from kindergarteners through fifth-graders. Artwork designed to honor America, such as the flag shown here, as well as creations to show celebrations in many countries around the world, adorned the walls of the school that opened its doors to the community to feature the many young artists.

PWC Police Beat 5/17/11

Prince William County Police Department's crime report for May 17, 2011.

Spring Tea celebrates mothers

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Prince William Health System Foundation's 8th annual Spring Tea, on May 15, was held at Stonewall Golf Club in Gainesville, Va. The event brought mothers and daughters of all ages together. This mother and daughter even color-coordinated their outfits. Many area residents and businesspeople remembered loved ones they lost to breast cancer. The tea was a fundraiser for The Cancer Center at Lake Manassas. Many silent auction items were awarded to the highest bidders.
Today's Obituaries

Wayne W. Grindle, SR., “Skip,” of Haymarket

Wayne W. Grindle, SR., "Skip", 84, of Haymarket, Va. passed away peacefully on February 14, 2024. Funeral service will be Feb. 23. Please see full obituary on Pierce Funeral Home Manassas, VA website, http://www.piercefh.com

Margaret Mitchell McLeod Price, Stonewall Middle teacher for 26 years, and loved to travel

Margaret Mitchell McLeod Price, a teacher at Stonewall Middle School (now Unity Braxton) in Manassas for 26 years until her retirement in 1999, died Jan. 26, 2024. She was an avid traveler and had visited 49 states and numerous foreign countries.

Nov. 18 memorial service for Stewart Rae Gough,  former Gainesville resident

Stewart Rae Gough, 43, formerly of Gainesville, VA, passed away on October 28, 2023, at Halifax Health Center in Daytona Beach,FL. He was born on December 17, 1979, in Alexandria, VA.
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