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Residents oppose county’s transportation plan

A group of residents is asking Loudoun supervisors to revise the county's transportation plan before approving it, saying the blueprint is too costly and is not calibrated to federal standards.

LCPS Francophone Celebration

Broad Run High School recently hosted the first LCPS-wide Francophone Celebration for all high and middle school students of French and their teachers April 8 after school in the Broad Run cafeteria.

Charges against bus driver spark controversy

Lavangila N. McKissic, 35, of Round Hill, a substitute Loudoun County Public Schools bus driver, was charged with simple assault May 11 in connection with an April incident involving a Harmony Intermediate School student.

Oral surgeon presents research in Florida

Dr. Brenton Burger, a Dulles-based oral and maxillofacial surgeon, presented a scientific poster presentation to the Academy of Osseointegration annual meeting in Orlando, Fla., in March.

LCPS Arts Festival opens May 14

The annual Loudoun County Public Schools Arts Festival will open on Friday, May 14, at Dulles Town Center and run through noon Tuesday, May 18.

Dominion High School wins Battle of the Books

The team from Dominion High School won this year's Battle of the Books competition April 23 in the Briar Woods High School auditorium. The competition asks detailed questions about books that a team from each Loudoun County high school must read to compete.

New fee will boost fund to fight sexual predators online

Virginia's fight against online sexual predators will get a boost July 1 when a new law takes effect that is expected to raise $1.5 million a year to fight crimes against children.

Actor plans fundraising lecture series

If you were called up to the front of the room to act out a scene from the body of work of one of America’s finest and most productive actors, which scene would you choose?

Darfur Benefit Concert at Dominion High School May 28

Dominion High School will host a benefit concert to raise money and awareness for the tragedies taking place in the region of Darfur in the African nation of Sudan May 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the school, 21326 Augusta Drive in Sterling.

Doug Brown, of Lincoln, with the Hamilton Ruritan Club volunteered to harvest grapes with his wife, Nancy, not pictured, at Willowcroft Farm Vineyard, the first vineyard established in Loudoun. Times-Mirror File Photo/Elizabeth Dodd

Despite frost, wine industry outlook positive

Despite the May 10 frost that wiped out a majority of Fabbioli Cellars' grape crops, the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development reports only a small percentage of the county's total grape crop was impacted.

WFN partners with AQEST

Sterling-based WFN Strategies, a telecom engineering company, has established AQEST as its European business development agent.

Olympian joins Loudoun Gymnastics Center

2004 Olympic Silver medalist Annia Hatch has joined the Loudoun Gymnastics Center as team assistant director in Sterling.

RGM signs with BR Investors LLC

Leesburg-based Raspberry Golf Management has signed a 10-year management contract with BR Investors LLC, owners of Bull Run Golf Club in Haymarket.

Ribbon cutters: Bodywork by John, LaRue Wellness

Two Leesburg businesses, Bodywork by John and LaRue Wellness, celebrated their grand openings May 7.

Student photos to be displayed during symphony

Student photos celebrating Loudoun County's natural beauty will be featured in a slide show during the Loudoun Symphony's “Mountains and Music” performance May 15 at 8 p.m. at Franklin Park in Purcellville.

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