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Board sends plans for controversial park back to committee

County leaders on May 4 sent plans for a 295-acre park that has drawn the ire of dozens of residents back to a transportation/land use committee for further discussion.

Loudoun County Public Schools honored at state FBLA conference

Stone Bridge High School's chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America was presented a Gold Seal Award of Merit at the Virginia FBLA Conference April 17 in Reston.

17 LCPS students selected for All-State Band

Seventeen Loudoun County Public Schools band students were selected for the 2010 Virginia All-State Band, which was hosted by the Virginia Music Educators Association at Great Bridge High School in Chesapeake.

Loudoun Valley earns Jostens’ National Yearbook Design recognition

Loudoun Valley High School’s yearbook, “Saga,” has been recognized for excellence and featured in the 2010 “Gotcha Covered Look Book, Volume 8.”

Carson Clark, 10, a student at Loudoun Country Day School in Leesburg, has written a book and illustrated the story of Buddy the beaver using his own photographs taken over the past few years. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/ Elizabeth Coe.

10-year old publishes book of nature photography

Buddy the beaver lives in a pond in West Virginia with his parents, three brothers and sisters and his animal friends of every variety. His story has been documented through photographs over the past few years by Carson Clark, 10, a fourth-grader at Loudoun Country Day School.

Rolling Ridge playground dedicated

Rolling Ridge Elementary marked the end of a long quest April 20 with the dedication of the center section of its new playground.

Dominion hosts student leaders conference

The Virginia High School League held its 14th annual Student Leaders Conference April 16-17 at Dominion High School in Sterling. Sponsored by the University of Phoenix, the conference gathered 500 student leaders from 50 Virginia high schools to discuss the qualities of effective leaders and to sharpen their leadership skills through a series of workshops.

Map courtesy of VDOT/State transportation officials say traffic will periodically be tied up along Route 7 this summer.

VDOT to motorists: Expect delays this summer on Route 7

Loudoun County motorists can expect delays throughout the summer on Route 7, state Department of Transportation officials said Friday.

Youth Music Academy spring concert

The Youth Music Academy will host its spring concert May 2 at 3 p.m. in the new Barbara Hodel Center on the campus of Patrick Henry College in Purcellville.

Record number of students attending Governor’s Academies532

A record 30 Loudoun County Public Schools students will attend the Virginia Governor's Foreign Language Academies this summer.

Town Elections: Round Hill

The following are running for either mayor or one of three town council seats in the town of Round Hill.

Town Elections: Hamilton

The following are running either for mayor or one of three council seats in the town of Hamilton.

Town elections: Middleburg

The following are candidates for mayor and Town Council in Middleburg.

Town Elections: Purcellville

The following are running for either mayor or one of three town council seats in the town of Purcellville.

Broad Run hosts hypnotist

Imagine taking a vacation to Hawaii, driving in the car of your dreams or even winning the lottery – all in one night.

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