African-American Genealogy Before the Civil War and Other Programs Delving into the County’s History

​For those interested in learning how to find out more about their ancestors, RELIC has just the opportunities for you. RELIC, or the Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center, is a genealogy service offered by the Prince William County Public Library System. RELIC will host several programs over the next few months showing people how to …

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NOVA Offers an Exciting New Degree to Prepare Students to Work in the Cinema Industry | Prince William Living

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) is making dreams come true for students in the Prince William area with a passion for cinema. NOVA now offers an Associates of Fine Arts in Cinema that is built for students to transfer to four-year schools or enter directly into the workforce. Students moving on to study in a …

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Financial Counseling Services Growing for Prince William County thanks to SunTrust’s Lighting the Way Award

​Virginia Cooperative Extension Prince William, or VCEPW, recently received a “Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being” award from the SunTrust Foundation. The Financial Education and Housing Counseling Program of VCEPW was among 36 non-profits nationwide to receive this award to further local efforts in helping people build financial skills and confidence. The $75,000 award supports …

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PWC Student Election Day Page

Experience Election Day – an Exclusive Behind the Curtain volunteer opportunity for PWC high school students Qualified high school students interested in government, politics, communications or community service may build their resume for college applications, earn class credit or fulfill community service requirements for graduation by volunteering on Election Day.  Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, …

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County officials mull new plan to eliminate school trailers | News | princewilliamtimes.com

A joint committee of Prince William supervisors and school board members has a new number in mind to eliminate the 206 portable classroom trailers used across the county to deal with school overcrowding: $143 million. That’s the amount school division officials say it will cost to the build two additional elementary schools and “40 percent …

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