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Inova Loudoun hosts Fall Prevention Summit

The Northern Virginia Fall Prevention Coalition will hold the 2010 Fall Prevention Summit from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 14 at Inova Loudoun.

Nominate a family or non-profit for a free roof

Beginning Nov. 1, the public can nominate a Northern Virginia family, nonprofit, or individual in need for DryHome's "Free Roof for the Holidays" program. DryHome Roofing and Siding, a Sterling-based company, will be accepting nominations through Dec. 3.

Spas support young women affected by breast cancer

During the month of October, select spas in Virginia, D.C. and Maryland will donate a portion of each massage to Tigerlily Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports young women with breast cancer.

EDITORIAL: A school bully of a different kind

We're fed up with the treatment that we and our readers are getting from the school administration, led inadmirably by its increasingly recalcitrant and pugnacious gatekeeper, Wayde Byard.

School Board juggles $9.4 million in federal funds

More than $9 million is slated to come to Loudoun County Public Schools. But it’s still up for debate on how that money will be used.

Education Briefs

Selected education briefs for the week of Oct. 13

Con Rice and his son Patrick near the Shenandoah River during the Back Roads Century bike race in September. Photo Courtesy/Con Rice

Local biker and cancer survivor treasures time with son

Biking more than 2,000 miles in one year might seem like a tough challenge – unless you've fought cancer.

Aldie resident Jose Escobar recently won $250,000 in the Virginia Lottery’s Double Platinum Doubler. Photo Courtesy/Virginia Lottery

Aldie man wins the lottery

What would you do with a quarter million dollars? Recent lottery winner and Aldie resident Jose Escobar is going to save it for his family's future.

One Loudoun developer announces joint venture

Miller and Smith, the developer of the mixed-use project One Loudoun in Ashburn, and Japan’s Sekisui House Ltd., announced a new joint venture for the project Oct. 13.

Communication problem blamed for Wolf’s absence at debate

Republican Frank Wolf's campaign is blaming a communication snafu for the incumbent's absence at an Oct. 12 10th District U.S. Congressional candidate debate at the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce.

Economic issues divide candidates in U.S. House race

With anti-incumbent sentiment running high throughout the country, the wave of change could likely skip the 10th Congressional District.

School Board adopts pre-Labor Day calendar

Loudoun students can expect to start school in August next year.

Commission sends sign ordinance to work session

It's an issue that almost everyone has something to say about: the sign ordinance.

U.S. Rep. Tom Davis (R-11th) spoke in front of a crowd at a Chamber luncheon Oct. 12. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny

Former Congressman discusses upcoming midterm elections

If he had a crystal ball, former U.S. Rep. Tom Davis (R-11th) would predict that the Republicans will dominate this year's midterm elections.

Kellie Boles started last month as the Department of Economic Development’s new agricultural development officer. Photo Courtesy/Kellie Boles

Here she is: Loudoun’s new agricultural development officer

When Kellie Boles was handed 14,000 Farm Color Tour brochures, she didn't think there was any way she could get rid of them all.

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