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Dominion High School seniors Sara Saenz and Nick Brendes are working to raise money for The Make A Wish Foundation for a project in their marketing class. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/ Elizabeth Coe.

Dominion students give to Make a Wish Foundation

When Dominion High School seniors Sara Saenz and Nick Brendes began looking for a project for their DECA class, they fell in love with the heartwarming stories of the children being helped by the Make a Wish Foundation.

Frances Hazel Reid musical

Frances Hazel Reid Elementary School in Leesburg will present the junior musical "Honk!" Feb. 25-26 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 27 at 1 p.m.

School Board weighs options for north Ashburn

Members of the School Board are mulling over several options for proving school seats in northern Ashburn after recommendations from the Board of Supervisors were presented to them Feb. 16.

Meet with Wolf aide

Donna Crowley, a representative of U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th), has scheduled a series of meetings for March 4 in Loudoun County to address residents' concerns and opinions.

Fire marshal takes state role

Loudoun County Chief Fire Marshal W. Keith Brower, Jr., has been appointed to serve on the State Building Code Technical Review Board.

News from the General Assembly

‘Wrong time’ to expand charter schools, educators say

Leesburg assisted-living resident honored

Gertrude Heelan, a 93-year-old resident of Loudoun Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Leesburg, is featured in the first publication of "Who's Who in Virginia's Long Term Care Facilities" calendar.

School budget deserves a closer look

By most accounts, the Loudoun County Public School system properly educates our children. Our schools fare well in state tests, and send the best and brightest on to higher education. Sure, there are overcrowding issues and the process for rezoning is poorly governed, but for the most part, the quality of schooling is decent.

New Web site takes Times-Mirror to a new level

The Loudoun Times-Mirror has launched a new and improved Web site providing readers with a more convenient, highly interactive, community-based way to receive local news.
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Potholes like this one on Loudoun County Parkway near Waxpool Road are more prevalent this year due to all the snow melting into cracks in the roads, then refreezing and expanding. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Raymond Thompson

As snow melts, potholes grow

As the remaining snow from the latest round of storms melts away, Loudoun residents are dealing with another winter menace – potholes.

Legislator regrets ‘poorly chosen words’

State Del. Bob Marshall said Feb. 22 he does not believe that disabled children are punishment for having an abortion.

Potholes give budgets a bumpy ride

The drifts are receding from Northern Virginia roadsides, but road repair needs continue to accumulate.

An Ashburn Web site to launch, China King reopens

Ashburn-based Nova Creative Media will unveil a new comprehensive Web site for Ashburn residents entitled FindItInAshburn.com. China King restaurant, located at 5 S. King St. in Leesburg, celebrated a grand re-opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 22.

Fox Chase Farm director speaks at Middleburg lunch

The Middleburg Women's monthly lunch was Feb. 16, at Briar Patch Bed & Breakfast Inn in Middleburg.

Democrats, Wolf allies weigh in on re-election bid

The leader of the Loudoun Democratic Party Feb. 21 stated that he was “not 100 percent certain” a Democratic challenger to 10th District GOP Rep. Frank Wolf could defeat the longtime lawmaker in the November elections.

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