Parent takes Loudoun school administrators to court over alleged FOIA violations
Fri., Apr. 24 | 03:05 PM - 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
Fri., Apr. 24 | 11:32 AM - 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
Thu., Apr. 23 | 11:31 PM - An associate dean of students at the University of Virginia said Wednesday a widely discredited Rolling Stone article caused her professional and personal harm.
Robot Red Baron back home in Loudoun
Dominion High School students and members of the robotics team RoboLoCo, Siddharth Nanda, right, and Karston Steele, left, oversaw the return of the teams stolen robot Tuesday morning. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko
Tue., Apr. 21 | 12:10 PM - Members of the local RoboLoCo robotics team have their beloved robot, The Red Baron, back in their possession.
RoboLoCo’s stolen robot has been found, will land in Loudoun Tuesday
Members of Loudoun’s business and education community present the RoboLoCo robotics team a check for $15,000 April 10 at Telos Corporation in Ashburn. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko
Mon., Apr. 20 | 01:26 PM - A Loudoun County Public Schools spokesman said the robot was located in some woods in Tennessee, is intact and will be returned Tuesday to RoboLoCo.
Redskin talks nutrition at elementary school in Sterling
Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan gave students at Guilford Elementary in Sterling high-fives as they filed out of the school’s cafeteria. Anna Harris/Times-Mirror
Thu., Mar. 19 | 01:00 PM - Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan came to talk with students at Guilford Elementary in Sterling about nutrition and the value of a healthy breakfast as part of the Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
Comstock accepting leadership program applications for young women
Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-10) began the The Tenth Congressional Young Women Leadership Program three years ago. File photo
Tue., Apr. 21 | 04:13 PM - A program boosting young women's interest in leadership is accepting applications until April 30.
Loudoun schools among top 388 music education programs
Tue., Apr. 21 | 12:28 PM - Loudoun schools among top 388 music education programs
Loudoun School Board approves fiscal 2016 budget
Tue., Apr. 14 | 08:58 PM - Loudoun's School Board at long last has approved the fiscal 2016 operational budget.
Leesburg’s Oatlands Plantation invites descendants of slaves to tell their families’ stories
Kevin Grigsby in the Oatlands Greenhouse where slaves once tended to George Carter’s crops. - Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock
Tue., Apr. 14 | 07:56 PM - Much of the long hours, blood, sweat and hard labor used to build the Oatlands mansion and grounds landed on the backs of slaves, and their story has, by and large, been left out of the history books.
UDPATE: Middleburg Charter principal resigns after being denied re-entrance to U.S.
Mon., Apr. 13 | 05:03 PM - Middleburg Community Charter School's principal, Barbara Smith, resigned after being denied re-entrance into the U.S. Saturday, the school announced Monday.
Va. ranked top for school-based arrests
Fri., Apr. 10 | 05:18 PM - Va. ranks number one for schools referring students to law enforcement when trouble ensues, according to a report released by the Center for Public Integrity.
MORE: Community rallies, Loudoun’s RoboLoCo secures needed $15,000
Fri., Apr. 10 | 02:43 PM - Two days was all it took for the Loudoun County community to rally around Team RoboLoco and raise more than $15,000 to help the group of local students attend the FIRST Robotics national competition in St. Louis later this month.
Medical Examiner: Neisseria sepsis cause of death of Madison Small
Madison Small, a senior at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, died Tuesday after showing symptoms for neisseria sepsis, the chief medical examiner’s office reported April 10. Courtesy photo/Twitter
Fri., Apr. 10 | 12:54 PM - Neisseria sepsis was the cause of death for Ashburn's Broad Run High student Madison Small, who died April 7 after getting sick with the illness.
Virginia Tech Marion duPont Scott Medical Center resident given $15,000 development award
Fri., Apr. 10 | 11:34 AM - An equine surgery resident at Leesburg's Virginia Tech dePont Medical Center is the first recipient of the Elaine Klein Development Award.