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    Parent takes Loudoun school administrators to court over alleged FOIA violations
    Lansdowne parent Brian Davison has taken the Loudoun School Board and other Loudoun County Public School administrators to court over FOIAs.
    Loudoun supervisors address increasing student diversity
    Loudoun's supervisors have turned their attention to the county's increasingly diverse student population, which creates new challenges for an equal opportunity learning environment.
    U-Va. dean bashes Rolling Stone article in open letter
    An associate dean of students at the University of Virginia said Wednesday a widely discredited Rolling Stone article caused her professional and personal harm.
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    The front entrance of Chris Cooley’s $2.39 million mansion, now up for sale. - Courtesy Chase Realty Video

    Chris Cooley’s Leesburg mansion is still for sale
    For $2.39 million a lucky homeowner can own Cooley's 13,000 square foot home, including six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, media room, theater, billiard room, spa, pool, wine cellar, elevator, four-car heated garage and more on 3.67 acres west of Leesburg.
    Maureen McDonnell: Corruption trial was unfair
    Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell's legal team said in court filings Monday that her convictions on several public corruption charges are based on an overly broad definition of bribery.
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    Jayme Stone, the banjo player for Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project, will play at the Barns of Rose Hill on Thursday. Photo Courtesy/Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project

    Capturing the spirit of American roots
    Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project honors America’s rich tradition of folk and roots music

    After hitting a peak of 27 million passengers in 2005, Dulles saw roughly 20 million passengers in 2014. Photo/Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

    Jet lagged at Dulles
    Dulles International Airport is facing hundreds of millions of dollars in capital debt, a steady dip in passenger totals and a consistent failure to compete with the smaller Reagan National.
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    EDITORIAL: Baking soda
    How much will the Silver Line cost Loudoun taxpayers?
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    Former congregants of Calvary Temple, a Pentecostal church in Sterling, are accusing the church’s leadership of sexual and physical abuse. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Calvary Temple’s contentious history
    Investigations date to 1982, reach across the ocean to Kenya
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    Broad Run High School varsity softball players show their solidarity for Madison Small by displaying her jersey No. 24 on the left sleeve of their uniform and the tape on their wrists.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Playing for No. 24: At Loudoun’s Broad Run High School, Madison Small remains a uniting force
    To pay their respects, a bunch of kids from Broad Run High School got together over the weekend and played a little softball. Tim Small chuckled at the recent memory.

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