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Supervisors vote against raises for school employees

Loudoun Supervisors on March 16 unanimously voted not to give county school employees a 1 percent cost of living raise.

Route 606 Metrorail station to stay put

A proposal by Supervisor Stevens Miller (D-Dulles) on March 16 to move the proposed location of the Route 606 Metrorail station several hundred feet to the west was defeated.

Judge tells schools to overturn student’s suspension

A group of Dominion High School students were suspended last April after being accused of possessing alcohol on a school trip to France. Now, one of those students -- whose mom, Eileen Murdock, took her case to court -- may have her record expunged.

Possible Ashburn school sites to be scrutinized

The school system will commission several studies on properties in the northern Ashburn area to determine if the sites are suitable for schools.

Moving company lands in Dulles

Ward North American, a moving and storage services provider, signed a 10-year 64,539-square-foot lease at 23000 Ladbrook Drive in Dulles.

Medicaid funding shrinks; hospital lines could grow

As state lawmakers wait for Gov. Bob McDonnell's signature on the state budget, local health-care leaders already are worrying about the impact.

Dominion Academy presents play

Leesburg’s Dominion Academy Presents a school play, “The Fearsome Pirate Frank,” March 19-20.

Budget cuts education, health care, public safety

RICHMOND – After much deliberation, the General Assembly on March 14 passed a two-year $82 billion budget that cuts spending on education, health care and public safety to bridge a $4 billion shortfall.

Loudoun schools honor businesses

More than 600 people attended the Loudoun School-Business Partnership Recognition Breakfast March 12 at the National Conference Center in Lansdowne.

2nd Salon Day at Monroe Technology Center

The cosmetology department at Monroe Technology Center has scheduled another Salon Day for March 16. Students will take appointments for salon services between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

State basketball championships for two Loudoun teams

RICHMOND -- Potomac Falls High School (boys) and Freedom High School (girls) collected Virginia Divsion 4 basketball championships Saturday night in front of a near-capacity crowd at the Siegel Center, located on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University.

Peter Arundel, publisher of the Loudoun Times-Mirror, shakes hands with Nicole Ivey, one of 15 Times-Mirror Future Leaders, at the School-Business Partnership Breakfast March 12 at the National Conference Center. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Raymond Thompson

Times-Mirror’s 2010 Future Leaders honored

Fifteen Future Leaders from Loudoun high schools were honored March 12 at the School-Business Partnership Recognition Breakfast at the National Conference Center. Each year, the Loudoun Times-Mirror selects these young leaders from dozens of nominations.

Mims appointed to state Supreme Court

William C. Mims, a former attorney general and Republican legislator from Loudoun County, was selected March 10 by the General Assembly to fill a vacancy in the state Supreme Court.

Kristina Bouweiri, founder of Sterling Women, introduces Supervisor Andrea McGimsey (D-Potomac), who was the keynote speaker at the luncheon. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Hannah Hager

McGimsey encourages women to get more involved

Supervisor Andrea McGimsey (D-Potomac) headlined the Sterling Women luncheon March 11 at the National Conference Center.

Cheers Sports in Ashburn is a team sports dealer. In front is employee Steve Hoover. From left are Scott Hembach, Dennis Weinschenk, owner Denny Petrella, Joe Donatella, JW Weinschenk and Jim Edwards. Photo Courtesy/Denny Petrella

Cheers Sports: A shop for team players

In 1989, Denny Petrella's life changed completely.

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