Prince William News
Sun., Jun. 26 - Students in Prince William County School's PACE East senior class raised $4,010 selling Support the Blue shirts to help other children.
Sat., Jun. 25 - A shooting in Dumfries on June 24 resulted in two people going to the hospital.
Sat., Jun. 25 - The Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative took five high school students who live in NOVEC’s service territory on an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 12-16 during the 52nd Annual National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Youth Tour.
Sat., Jun. 25 - The Occoquan, Woodbridge and Neabsco (O.W.N.) Optimist Club Occoquan held the 10th annual Duck Splash on Saturday, June 18.
Sat., Jun. 25 - SPARK, the Education Foundation for Prince William County Public Schools, has awarded scholarships to 10 students for the Dr. Edward L. Kelly Memorial Scholarship and Micron Scholarships for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and Career and Technical Education (CTE).
Fri., Jun. 24 - Academic achievements of Prince William County students.
Fri., Jun. 24 - Two years ago, Prince William County Animal Control officers found two emaciated horses covered in parasites at a Haymarket farm.
Fri., Jun. 24 - Dudley, a 23-year-old police horse, retired on Thursday, June 17, after 13 years of service to Prince William County.
Thu., Jun. 23 - Potomac Mills Mall announced plans to expand parking at the mall on June 20 for veterans and their families.
Thu., Jun. 23 - Aden Road closures watch for detour signs. Detours in place for pipe work
PACE students focus on helping others
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“The money is being donated to the James Edward Fisher Memorial Trust Fund,” said PACE East Principal Jody Pankowski. “This fund supports the educational expenses of children of the deceased or disabled police officers of the Prince William County Police Department.”
In another example of students getting involved and helping their community, PACE students at Independent Hill raised money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.