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Resident discovers two dead bodies in Woodbridge

Prince William County Police detectives are investigating two deaths, termed suspicious by the police department, Two bodies were found in woods off Featherstone Road this morning.

High school seniors get ready to vote

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This Osbourn High School senior filled out her voter registration information in time for the next election. Many Prince William County high schools in the area offer voter registration for students who will turn 18 in time to vote. The Prince William County voter registration office is at 9250 Lee Ave. in Manassas. It can be reached at 703-792-6470. Its website, which offers voting information, is at http://www.pwcgov.org/vote

Beauchamp heads PWC Chamber

Lucy Beauchamp heads the unified Prince William County chamber of commerce.

Gainesville, Montclair to get new libraries

Plan to build new Gainesville library in the works; it will come after the new planned library in Montclair.

Talk to Del. Anderson at town hall meetings this week

VA Delegate Richard Anderson (R-51) will hold back-to-back town hall meetings, by phone and in person Oct. 19-20 to share ideas and to get residents' views on legislation for the 2012 General Assembly

BHS & FPHS pilot Microsoft Academy

Battlefield and Forest Park high schools, home to Prince William County’s two Information Technology (IT) Specialty Programs, are among 30 high schools statewide selected to pilot the Microsoft IT Academy Program.

Gainesville VDOT office keeps project local

VDOT Gainesville office has staff to oversee the U.S. 29-Linton Hall-Gallerher Road interchange project.

Car show is a Rohring good time

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The 36th Annual Edgar Rohr Memorial Antique Car Meet on Sept. 17 drew a large crowd of vehicle enthusiasts, even though it wasn’t a picture-perfect festival day. About 150 owners drove or trailered their classic (at least 25 years old) vehicles to the show; most were parked on the Manassas Museum’s lawn. There were antique cars and trucks with owners ready to talk about their babies and why they are so proud of their classic vehicles.

BHS hosted marching band battle

About 20 marching bands from throughout Northern Virginia came to compete at Battlefield High School during high winds to show their stuff. Battlefield sponsored the program, but did not compete. Fauquier’s Kettle Run High School took first place in the Class A division.

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