by William Pitts
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA), a member of the Senate Banking Committee, released the following statement:
RICHMOND – On March 8, 2023 Governor Glenn Youngkin announced the upcoming release of $30 million in Learning Recovery Grants to parents to be used for qualifying education services intended to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ educational progress and well-being.
On March 17, 2023, at approximately 12:04 p.m., Prince George County police responded to the 1100 block of Eagle Place in reference to a shooting into an occupied residence. Upon arrival, officers discovered several bullets penetrated the residence.
Networking Event Brings Over 100 Southside Virginia Education Leaders to Prince George County
An inmate died while being admitted to a Dinwiddie hospital earlier this week, and Virginia State Police are now investigating the circumstances of his death. According to State Police, at approximately 3:58 p.m. on March 6, the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office admitted an inmate for treatmen…
Opportunities Available Across Instructional and Support Positions Within PGCPS
Virginia 250 Commission Announces $1 Million Leadership Donation from Dominion Energy to Fuel Virginia’s Commemoration of the Nation’s 250th Anniversary
WILLIAMSBURG, VA (March 13, 2023) – The Virginia 250 Commission has announced a $1 Million donation from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation in support of statewide programs commemorating the 250th anniversary of American independence and Virginia’s key role in achieving it. Dominion E…
Governor Glenn Youngkin's legislation to consolidate and transform Virginia’s fragmented workforce development system, supported by a broad coalition of businesses, trade and industry groups, labor unions, and workforce leaders, passed the General Assembly this week with nearly unanimous, bi…
Black Water Swamp Regional Wastewater Pump Station and Gravity Wastewater Interceptor Line meeting to be held
A public meeting will be held on Monday, March 6, 2023 at 6 p.m. at the County Administration Building in the Kines Room on the second floor.
On Wednesday, February 15, members of Prince George Masonic Lodge #115 AF & AM stopped by L.L. Beazley Elementary School, providing a $100 scholarship to support students needing funds for the school's upcoming book fair. (PGCPS Photo)
Division Begins Community Awareness Campaign Ahead of August Transition
RICHMOND, VA – Today, Virginia State Senator and Congresswoman-elect, Jennifer McClellan, won the special election to fill the unexpired term of the late Congressman A. Donald McEachin in a landslide victory.
Prince George County School Board recognized for service during VSBA’s School Board Appreciation Month
Rising to the Challenge serves as theme of February month-long celebration
Administrator Guzman transforms SBA’s disaster enterprise to strengthen support for disaster-impacted communities
On Feb. 2, 2023 Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the voice in President Biden’s Cabinet for America’s 33 million small businesses, announced the second stage of the Agency’s realignment and strengthening of its disaster enterpri…
The Prince George County community was invited to join Prince George County Public Schools & the Prince George School Board to herald the opening of the county's newest elementary school, Middle Road Elementary, during a special ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, February 1 at 4 p.m.,…
The walkways of William A. Walton Elementary School were alive with energy as hundreds of students cheered on Prince George High School seniors who had attended the school years earlier during the campus' final senior walk event on Thursday, January 26, 2023.
On January 10, 2023, Prince George County Police responded to an incident on the 21000 block of South Crater Road. A male was on foot traveling northbound on South Crater Road when an unidentified vehicle struck him from behind. A passing motorist discovered the victim on the shoulder of t…
RICHMOND – On Jan. 24, 2023 Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin announced the number of employed residents rose by 4,485 to 4,228,407 in December 2022. According to BLS Local Area Unemployment Statistics (“LAUS”, or “the household survey”), the labor force in Virginia increased by 9,611 to 4,35…
Winter is upon us and with temperatures plummeting in many areas, keeping the heat on is critical — a fact that criminals try to take advantage of. They impersonate utility companies, threatening to cut off service if an immediate payment isn’t made. The goal of these crooks is to create a s…
Prince George County property owners were mailed assessment notices at the latter part of last week informing them of the January 1, 2023 value of their property. This value becomes the basis of real estate tax bills due in December 2023 and June 2024.
On Jan. 22, 2023 at approximately 4:44 a.m. several suspects forced entry into a residence in the 3000 block of Moreell Avenue. The suspects stole electronic devices and removed other items that were left on the property. The two suspects that were captured on video are pictured below. The …
Prince George County Public Schools Celebrates Opening of Middle Road Elementary School During Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
State-of-the-art 850-student school serves as replacement to aging William A. Walton Elementary
Prince George Alliance for Education Foundation Awards $1,000 Mini-Grant to North Elementary Teacher for Professional Development
North Elementary School teacher Megan Wilder (third from right) smiles with fellow North ES teacher Liza Newbold (left), principal Jennifer Rollings, division superintendent Dr. Lisa Pennycuff, Prince George School Board member and PGAEF president Jill A. Andrews and chief financial officer …
Dates Included for Similar Hiring Events Scheduled Throughout Early 2023
Here’s a New Year’s Resolution we could all benefit from: be vigilant about cryptocurrency scams. Fraud involving crypto investment schemes and crypto as payment in other schemes skyrocketed in 2022, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Reported losses exceeded $1 billion.
Councilor Gore, City of Hopewell and Crater Regional Workforce Development Board Chair, Amanda Wilson, cut the ribbon on the new Virginia Career Works Crater Region home at 4300 Crossings Blvd, Prince George County. Open for business now. Photo courtesy of HPG Chamber. 1/5/2023.
RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia schools are preparing for a sudden cardiac arrest on school grounds by partnering with The Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University. The hospital recently partnered with the national non-profit Project ADAM. It helps schools be prepared to …
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