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The secret is out: Middleburg’s National Sporting Library & Museum comes of age

Since opening its art museum in October 2011, the NSLM campus, which includes a world-class museum of American and European sporting art and a library containing upwards of 26,000 modern and rare books, has come of age.

Photo Courtesy/Brian Tinsman

Loudoun County students aim to turn ideas into solutions

In honor of National Making Week, the Innovative Solutions Consortium, a Loudoun nonprofit, held its Made in NOVA event June 21 to showcase "makers" in Loudoun County. But what exactly is the maker movement and what are makers?

Loudoun supervisors approve zoning ordinance to define, regulate craft beverage manufacturing

The Board of Supervisors has agreed on a Zoning Ordinance to put together new uses, definitions and regulations for craft beverage manufacturing, which has become a hot, fast-growing Loudoun County industry.


Groundbreaking ceremony held for Academies of Loudoun

The long awaited vision for the Academic of Loudoun technology campus has been realized with the official ground breaking ceremony held on June 17.

Loudoun Valley commencement speaker Bonnie Carroll. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Medal of Freedom recipient, alumna speaks at Loudoun Valley High School’s graduation

Bonnie Carroll encouraged the graduates to "see a need a fill it" in their future careers. She told the young adults to take action and get involved. She shared harrowing stories of bravery and kindness from the battlefield. Carroll detailed her background and how following her heart lead her to a life of service.

Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Centuries of surveying in Loudoun County

Through it all, Leesburg's Paciulli, Simons & Associates continued to work. Two-hundred-and-seventy-two years later, that tradition continues as the oldest business in the Washington, D.C. area.

More than 2,000 people, the majority of them students, took part in the We’re All Human walk at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville April 6. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

Loudoun parents seek guidance, service at suicide prevention town hall

The in-depth three-hour long discussion included advice from a mother who lost her son to suicide, two therapists, Loudoun County Public School officials, students and more.

Loudoun Interfaith Relief receives $20K grant from General Mills

The local D.C. plant for General Mills, as part of its 150th anniversary, surprised the popular Loudoun nonprofit with a $20,000 grant at LIR's Leesburg office this morning.

Times-Mirror/Alison Cuevas

Sterling Elementary and Park View High School launch new tradition

Graduating seniors from Park View High School paraded through the hallways of Sterling Elementary School in their caps and gowns to inspire young students to work hard in school.

Broad Run High School freshman Marissa Sumathipala. Photo Courtesy BioGENEius Challenge.

Loudoun freshman qualifies for international biotech challenge

Broad Run High School freshman Marissa Sumathipala was recently named one of the 16 finalists for the BioGENEius Challenge, an international competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research in biotechnology.

66 Loudoun County Public School students accepted to Governor’s School

The Governor's School provides rising juniors and seniors with a program of instruction in visual and performing arts, engineering, humanities, mathematics, science and technology, agriculture and health science and medicine.

Loudoun County Public Schools announce graduation speakers

The speakers have been set for the Loudoun County Public Schools 2016 graduation and completion ceremonies.

Keynote speaker Jared Green, associate pastor at Grace Covenant Church and a former NFL player, speaks to the panel of “Beat the Odds” award recipients on Thursday at the old county courthouse. Seated fourth from the left is Kenneth Kratz, the top awardee of $10,000 and a laptop. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Relentless: Six Loudoun students ‘Beat the Odds’

In its 12th year, the “Beat the Odds” program rewards youth who've overcome major life obstacles and thrived. Forty-nine students have been awarded more than $130,000 through the program, which is sponsored by the Loudoun Bar Association, since 2005.

Former PTA president charged with felony embezzlement

Russell Sharifi, former president of the Creighton’s Corner Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) was charged last week after an investigation determined he embezzled $13,000 from the organization.

Board of Supervisors advances controversial crumb rubber turf testing

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is seeking permission from the Loudoun County School Board to collect samples of the controversial crumb rubber infill (CRI) at synthetic turf fields and to obtain services to test the material at three different locations.
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