Farm brewery still a go in Lucketts, without Flying Dog
The farm brewery coming to Loudoun in late summer or early fall. - Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock
Thu., May. 28 | 02:34 PM -
Flying Dog announced May 27 that it would be stepping away from a farm brewery project it was planning to operate out of in Lucketts.
UPDATE: 300 missing SAT tests force Loudoun students to retake
Thu., May. 28 | 01:00 PM -
Around 300 Loudoun students' SAT tests are missing, requiring students who took the test May 2 to retake the test.
The Psychedelic Furs: Loving their new way
The Psychedelic Furs will take the Tally Ho Theatre stage June 2. Courtesy Photo
Thu., May. 28 | 07:00 AM -
sk anyone what song comes to mind from the ‘80s alternative band the Psychedelic Furs, and nine times out of 10, it will be “Pretty in Pink,” a song featured in John Hughes’ wildly popular movie of the same name starring Molly Ringwald in 1986.
Ken Cuccinelli settles lawsuit against conservative PAC
Wed., May. 27 | 05:20 PM -
Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has won a legal victory against a conservative political action committee he accused of duping political donors.
Former Loudoun sheriff Simpson to make another bid for office
Former Sheriff Steve Simpson says he plans to announce his candidacy for office as an independent next week. Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny
Wed., May. 27 | 01:00 PM -
Former Sheriff Steve Simpson plans to make another run for office as an independent, he told the Times-Mirror today.
Teacher of the Year: Mitchell Seipt brings history back to the future
J. Michael Lunsford Middle history teacher Mitchell Seipt has quite the collection of knick-knacks in the corner of his classroom, which he wants to feel like a home for students. The armchair, lamp and carpet in the corner opposite to the one pictured here aid the ambiance. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris
Wed., May. 27 | 12:48 PM -
One classroom at J. Lunsford Elementary in Chantilly manifests the man that is Mitchell Seipt, who been teaching U.S. history at the school for four years.
Nonprofit of the Year: Loudoun Interfaith Relief feeds the hungry, empowers lives
Children are a major beneficiary of Loudoun Interfaith Relief’s good work. Approximately 50 percent of those fed through the local nonprofit are kids. Courtesy Photo/InterfaithRelief.org
Wed., May. 27 | 12:39 PM -
“If you're hungry, it's hard to do anything else,” says Jennifer Montgomery, executive director of Loudoun Interfaith Relief.
Citizen of the Year: Scott York leaves his fingerprints on county’s present and future
Steering Loudoun County through unprecedented growth, Citizen York creates a legacy of stability amid change. Times-Mirror/Jon Taylor
Wed., May. 27 | 12:27 PM -
It was in November 2014 that Scott York allowed himself to take seriously the idea of leaving public office.
Field hockey first sport in Loudoun to reap benefit of changed athletics policy
From left to right: Anna Teutsch, Porta Palamattom, Lauren Nunley, Sam Klck, Chrissie Hackmer adn Emily Rodriguez, all from Broad Run, celebrated field hockey’s win in Loudoun May 26.
Tue., May. 26 | 09:52 PM -
In a long-running discussion between School Board members and local athletes, LOCO for Field Hockey had a win at Tuesday's School Board meeting.