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Lovettsville Historical Society Lecture to discuss newly discovered musical instruments

“Finding Music in the Barns of Lovettsville,” is the next talk featured in the Lovettsville Historical Society's 2015 lecture series. Mark Levin will discuss historic music instruments – a fiddle and a cello – that were recently discovered in Lovettsville at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 at the St. James United Church of Christ.

Loudoun school bus crash injures four

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office reported today that a bus carrying Banneker Elementary School students crashed about 3 p.m. Thursday into a tree while trying to avoid hitting a deer that darted in front of the vehicle.

STUDY: Virginia, Loudoun County get an ‘A’ in teaching

A recent WalletHub study ranked Virginia second for the best teaching opportunities in the United States, behind Massachusetts.

Where it stands: Full-day kindergarten in Loudoun

Loudoun is one of just three counties in Virginia – and the only district in the Washington area – without universal full-day kindergarten. Here is a breakdown of one of the most highly talked about issues this political season.

The Broad Run iGEM team took home an overall silver medal at the Giant Jamboree competition. Courtesy Photo/Adriel Sumathipala

Broad Run iGEM team wins international awards

Broad Run High School's iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) team won awards at the "Giant Jamboree" which took place on September 24th-28th in Boston Hynes Convention Center.

Job-for-a-Day seeks host businesses

The Loudoun School-Business Partnership is looking for companies for their annual Job-for-a-Day program.

New SAT model to be presented this week

An encore presentation of “Everything You Want to Know about the New SAT and More!” will be shown from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 8th.

1book 1community launches in Loudoun

This year’s 1book 1community program through the Loudoun County Public Library system launched Oct. 1 with the book “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness.

Northern Virginia Community College students at work in Loudoun’s Veterinary Tech program. Courtesy Photo/http://www.nvcc.edu

NOVA hosts open house for National Veterinary Technician Week

In celebration of Virginia’s National Veterinary Technician Week, Northern Virginia Community College’s (NOVA) Loudoun campus is hosting an open house on Wednesday, October 14 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Guests can tour the Animal Science Building and learn about careers in caring for animals.

NOVA-Loudoun invites community to STEM Day

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) is hosting Loudoun County STEM Day at its Loudoun Campus on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Loudoun Youth annual competition challenges students to step up in community

The competition challenges middle and high schoolers to highlight an issue in their community and start a program or create a project that will help resolve it.

Maestro Mark Allen McCoy. Times-Mirror/AJ Maclean

Loudoun Symphony begins season Saturday with 25th anniversary performance

The concert features guest performer Rene Hernandez, assistant principal and trumpet player with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Candidates raise student services issues in race for Loudoun County School Board seats

The race is focused on full-day kindergarten, STEM education, foreign language and the implementation of additional services for at-risk, gifted and special education students.

WITH GRAPHIC: Loudoun students earn high marks in graduation rates

More than 95 percent of Loudoun students graduated on-time in the class of 2015, according to Virginia Department of Education, which is higher than in Fairfax County and across the Commonwealth. Loudoun also had one of the lowest dropout rates in the state.

Anzhella Glasgow, 16, shows her mom some love before heading off to the first day of 10th grade at Freedom High School. Courtesy Photo/Lisa Glasgow

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Living with the most harmful, yet preventable prenatal disease

A victim of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, 16-year-old Anzhella Glasgow faces daily physical and cognitive struggles and she will be dependent for the rest of her life.
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