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    Micheal Judd will speak about his new book, “Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist” on April 24 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Goodstone Inn & Restaurant in Middleburg. Courtesy Photo

    Author Michael Judd To speak about ‘Edible Landscapes’ in Middleburg
    Thu., Apr. 17 | 01:18 PM - Michael Judd, creator of Ecologia, Edible & Ecological Designs, has put his experience and expertise in a new book, “Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist.” The book is a how-to manual for the budding gardener and experienced green thumb.
    Hillsboro Town Council asks for more time to develop charter school
    Thu., Apr. 17 | 12:06 PM - Hillsboro Town Council on April 15 passed a resolution urging the Loudoun County School Board to vote to keep the town's historic elementary school open.
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    Abigail Cundiff, a junior at Tuscarora High School and aspiring nurse, spent the day shadowing Registered Nurse Kitty Sharp and assisting patients during the Job for a Day program at the Cornwall Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital on April 9. Times-Mirror Photos/Jonathan Taylor

    High school junior learns the daily operations of an ER
    Thu., Apr. 17 | 10:56 AM - Abigail Cundiff, a Tuscarora High School junior and aspiring nurse, spent April 9 shadowing Registered Nurse Kitty Sharp and assisting patients during the Job for a Day program at the Cornwall Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital.

    Henriette Repolt has worked for 14 years at the Leesburg Ben Franklin store, which is slated to close on Saturday. - Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock

    Ben Franklin will close its Leesburg location this weekend after 40 years
    Thu., Apr. 17 | 07:00 AM - Bare aisle after bare aisle and an empty frame shop, sitting along a few remaining products marked down to 80 percent off signal the end of a 40-year run for Ben Franklin at its location on Catoctin Circle.
    Grand jury indicts 47 in April
    Thu., Apr. 17 | 04:51 AM - The Loudoun County Grand Jury indicted 47 people during its April 14 meeting. Offenses ranged from larceny to the rape of a child and assault and battery.
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    Leesburg Town Council further explores new noise ordinances measures
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 02:00 PM - At its April 8 meeting, the Leesburg Town Council continued to discuss potential new noise ordinances – this time with a baseline to judge.

    After a slow winter, homes such as these in Sterling Park flying off the market. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Loudoun home sales recovering from sluggish market
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 12:22 PM - Homes sales, a driving factor in Loudoun County’s expanding economy, showed signs of a strong recovery as a late-breaking spring season brought out buyers for a large inventory of townhomes and single-family residences throughout the county.

    Micheal Lipscomb works at Bricks 4 Kidz in Ashburn packaging meals to feed the world’s hungry April 12. Photo Courtesy/Tammy Reynolds

    Feeding the world one meal at a time
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 04:30 PM - The Loudoun Chapter of the Jack and Jill Foundation prepared 10,000 meals to help feed the world's hungry
    Editorial: Saving schools: Our common bond
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 10:00 AM - No issue arouses passions as much as a community and its schools. So emotions run strong when residents face the closing of elementary schools that have long represented the culture of their community.
    Parents seek clarification on Aldie Elementary zoning
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 09:38 AM - An Aldie Elementary parent recently asked the School Board for clarification that should Aldie Elementary School close, could it feasibly reopen in two years?

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