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QUANTICO, Va. -- Thanks to the popularity of television shows like American Idol and America’s Got Talent, the Quantico Middle/High School drama department put on their own talent show, called “Quantico’s Got Talent,” in the school’s auditorium on March 2.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department, usually known for putting out fires and responding to 911 calls, put their hair on the line to raise funds for research to find new cures for childhood cancer.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. -- With the latest start to the flu season in two decades, the Greater Prince William Community Health Center just made getting your flu shot easier and more affordable than ever.
QUANTICO, Va. -- Every Marine is a rifleman, taught how to shoot accurately down range to suppress and destroy the enemy.
If you’re looking for a hearty meal, a beer, and an excellent atmosphere on your next trip to Occoquan, then stop in at the Cock & Bowl.
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. -- The Prince William Chamber has extended the deadline for its 2011-2012 Scholarship Program. Application packages are now due to the Chamber no later than Monday, March 19.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. -- Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 11th. As you change your clocks forward, Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue would like to remind residents to change the battery in their smoke alarm.
A winter weather advisory is up for Spotsylvania County and areas just to the south of the Potomac Communities, but snow has already made an appearance today.
RICHMOND, Va. – Applications from young women and men ages 14-17 to participate in a statewide service program are being accepted by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Woodbridge, Va. -- Women’s history month has long been recognized as an opportunity to showcase the accomplishments made by women in our country. Occoquan Woodbridge Lorton Volunteer Fire Department in Woodbridge celebrates the contributions of women serving our community as firefighters and EMTs.
Neighbors and politicians took time out of their schedules to visit with students on this 15th annual Read Across America Day.
Woodbridge, Va. -- Singers from Purdue University will make a stop in the Potomac Communities later this month.
Woodbridge, Va. -- More than 125 people came to the Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant on the banks of the Potomac River in Woodbridge Saturday and raised more than $50,000 for Virginia Special Olympics. The only catch, they had to get into the river in the dead of winter.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) which affects an estimated 1.7 million people in the U.S. each year is on the rise.
Woodbridge, Va. -- Blair Christolon, a librarian with the Prince William Public Library System, has been chosen to serve as a member of the 2012 John Newbery Award Committee.
Dumfries, Va. -- On March 1, 2012, the Prince William County/Manassas Branches of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington are kicking off their local “Send A Kid to Camp” campaign for the next 100 days.
Stafford, Va. -- Stafford Sheriff’s Deputy James “Jimmy” Kingman will ride his bike this spring to honor fellow fallen law enforcement officers.
"Blow by Blow: An Original Morality Play" was conceived and devised and written by the director and cast. It deals with bullying.
Fredericksburg, Va. -- The house was packed Saturday night with the sounds of hopeful country singers competing for a ticket that could lead to stardom.
Counties like Fauquier and others west of the Potomac Communities are under a winter storm watch. But that doesn’t mean snow won’t fall on us Sunday.