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Patriot HS teacher selected for national faculty for new Pre-AP theatre program

As the only performing arts teacher, out of the 75 teachers chosen, Patriot High School's Kathryn Facemire will contribute as the visual and performing arts expert for the new program currently in development. She will guide the creation of content and, this summer, will lead workshops for the teachers who will pilot the new program across the country in the upcoming school year.

Speaker Kirk Cox appoints replacements to state commissions and committees

In accordance with the applicable provisions of the Code of Virginia, Speaker Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights) has made the following appointments for members of the Virginia House of Delegates to various commissions, committees, councils and boards.

Stonewall Jackson High School senior named candidate for Disney Dreamers Academy

Kody Frye, a senior at Stonewall Jackson High School, is one of only 100 students selected nation-wide to participate in the 2018 Disney Dreamers Academy.

Several domestic related incidents reported

Prince William County Police Department's arrest and crime logs for Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Suspect arrested in Nov. 17, 2017 stabbing in Woodbridge, thought to be gang related

Prince William County Police Department's arrest log report for Tuesday, April 10, 2018.

No hate crime after all, county police report

Prince William County Police Department's crime report for Tuesday, April 10, 2018

FEMA to involve government, private sector and nonprofits in a national disaster readiness drill

FEMA says it will conduct the 2018 National Level Exercise for the whole community, inviting government agencies, private sector and non-profit organizations, and individuals to participate in the biennial exercise April 30 – May 11.

County police investigate Manassas abduction after victim escapes in Fairfax

Prince William County Police Department's crime log for Wednesday, April 4, 2018.

Week recognizes public-safety telecommunicators who take emergency calls at 9-1-1

Public-safety telecommunicators are the first people you speak to on your worst day. These professionals are dedicated, knowledgeable, empathetic and patient. Although hidden from public view, they have chosen this career for the opportunity to make a difference every day. April 8-14 is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week.

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