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WSHS honors former principal Dr. Thomas Gaul and school’s notable theatre program

Woodbridge High School has a long history and thousands of alumni. To honor both, the school created an Alumni and History Wall to represent students, staff, faculty, and programs. Annually, Woodbridge hosts an alumni event to add the newest images to the wall. This year the school honored one of its former principals and the theatre program.

Veteran’s home in Alexandria to be weatherized tomorrow by Dominion volunteers and contractors

Dominion Energy employee volunteers and contractors tomorrow, March 7, will weatherize the Alexandria home of Steve Pagach, a Vietnam-era veteran. The project is part of the EnergyShare Weatherization program.

Conservation with PWC Police Chief March 14 at West Gate School

Chief Barry Barnard of the Prince William County Police Department will host his 13th “Conversation with the Chief” on Thursday, March 14, at West Gate Elementary School located at 8031 Urbanna Road in Manassas beginning at 7 p.m.

Masked armed robbery in Woodbridge;  shooting in Gainesville

Prince William County Police Department's crime log for Monday, March 4.

13 pallets of Virginia’s most requested food - peanut butter - donated to food banks

In honor of March being National Peanut Month, the Virginia Peanut Board and Virginia Peanut Growers Association are again teaming with Peanut Proud to contribute peanut butter to the Federation of Virginia Food Banks, a partner state association of Feeding America.

PWC Police investigate shooting in Woodbridge early March 3; victim dies at local hospital

On March 3 at 12:39AM, Prince William County police officers responded to the area of Rippon Blvd. and Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a shooting. The investigation revealed that while in a nearby parking lot the victim and the suspect were engaged in an argument that escalated. During the encounter, a firearm was brandished and the victim was shot. The suspect fled the area on foot while uninvolved residents aided the victim.

Breaking the cancer code: UVA discovers secret to making immune cells better cancer killers

Scientists at the University of Virginia School of Medicine in Charlottesville have discovered a defect in immune cells known as “killer T cells” that explains their inability to destroy cancer tumors. The finding could be a significant boost to the burgeoning field of immunotherapy, which aims to harness the body’s immune defenses to defeat cancer, a UVASM news release said.

Police find car burgled from Woodbridge auto shop; two fight with weapons at Potomac Mills

From Prince William County Police Department's arrest log for Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019.

Iqra Noor, today’s leader, tomorrow’s world changer, tapped for John D. Jenkins Youth Citizen Award

Iqra Noor, a senior at Freedom High School, is the winner of the John D. Jenkins Youth Citizen of the Year Award, presented by the Dale City Civic Association.

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