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Update on county schools

Prince Wllliam County schools has annouced that Patriot HS School has lifted the secure the building status. Governor Schools students previously transported to Stonewall Jackson HS will be returned to Patriot HS as well. T.Clay Wood ES Students at Brentsville District HS will be dismissed at their normal T. Clay dismissal time.

T. Clay Wood students being moved to Brentsville High

​Students from T. Clay Wood ES are being transported to Brentsville District HS as a precaution due to continued police activity in the area. All are safe and school activities will continue at Brentsville.

Students head down to the farm

The 25th annual Farm Field Days will take place at the Prince William County Fairgrounds, located at 10624 Dumfries Road in Manassas, on Oct. 15 and 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The conservation district offers this annual field trip at no cost to more than 1,500 fourth-grade students, representing 13 schools from Prince William County and the City of Manassas.

Substitute teacher at Culpeper High School no longer allowed near school

Substitute teacher charged with assault and battery against student.

Sentara doctors talk breast cancer

Breast cancer detection and treatment has come a long way in the last century. In the 1950s, half of all women with breast cancer died of it. Today, the outcome for patients is much more hopeful and physicians are much better at catching it early. On Sept. 23, Sentara doctors Rebecca Zuurbier and Negar Golesorkhi discussed advances in breast cancer technology during the Prince William Chamber of Commerce's Women’s Leadership Series luncheon.

Athlete of the Week: Daisy Dinkens

Devilettes Daisy Dinkens is all about heart.
Culpeper County High School junior standout an ace off and on the court.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s brought out the supporters in Culpeper

Individual loss remembered. Photo by Ian Chini.
Yowell Meadow Park provided the backdrop for the Walk to End Alzheimer's held Sept, 20

Teacher bites child; director charged with failing to report incident

A teacher and the owner of the Goddard School in Woodbridge have both been charged, after the teacher allegedly bit a child and the owner allegedly directed staff not to report the incident.

Bomb threat at Lynn Middle School

A bomb threat has been reported at Lynn Middle School in Woodbridge.

Stratford U hosts job fair

Stratford University's Woodbridge Campus hosted a “Fun-Sized," career fair on June 24. The Career Services Department welcomed local healthcare professionals, such as CVS/Caremark, Metro Healthcare Services and Compassionate Hearts for Seniors (CHFS). Students were encouraged to bring a résumé and meet with several local healthcare professionals who have potential job openings.

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