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PWCS Recognizes Class of 2021 Valedictorians, Salutatorians

PWCS honored 27 high school students this spring as valedictorians and salutatorians from the 2021 graduating class. From computer science to law, these bright young minds will fan out to seek degrees at major colleges and universities across the country.

As Superintendent of the 2nd largest school division in Virginia, and 35th largest in the nation, Walts oversaw a population of approximately 90,000 students, and 11,500 employees. He opened 24 new schools and the Kelly Leadership Center.

New Bridge on Route 50 West Over I-66 Scheduled to Open On or About June 26

Westbound traffic on Route 50 shifted to new bridge; demolition of current bridge to begin next week

The Prince William Police made an arrest, Monday, in an accident investigation that caused the death of a 13-year-old Bristow boy, injured three others.

Social media posts helped FBI identify a Bristow couple who took part in the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol Building insurrection. They were among the first people to plead guilty.

Oil tanker accident spills gallons of oil onto I-66 in Gainesville, Monday at noon.

The National Weather Service has issued a severe weather thunderstorm watch for Northern and Central Virginia.

OmniRide to Host Virtual Townhall June 23

The event is an opportunity for Prince William County area residents to hear about OmniRide’s future plans and to ask questions about the organization’s services.

Prince William Police are searching for a man who exposed himself to a woman in Bristow on the Broad Run Trail.

A resident spotted a bear in Kingsbrooke again this week.

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