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Loudoun County Public Schools student population is more diverse than it has ever been.Times-Mirror File Photo

Race gap raises concerns about teacher hiring in Loudoun County

As Loudoun County Public Schools' student population grows more diverse by the year, statistics showing the lack of diversity among LCPS teachers are concerning for some local residents.

Kai Johns reunited with Army buddy Rob Harmon, who gave Johns a kidney. Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Ashburn man receives kidney from Army buddy he hadn’t seen in 15 years

For Ashburn's Kai Johns and former comrade Sgt. First Class Rob Harmon, Army roots have always run deep, but now the men have a different kind of bond after Johns received a life-saving kidney donation from Harmon.

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Autism-friendly pediatric E.R. unveiled at Inova Loudoun Hospital

It's been a year in the making, and on Friday the new autism-friendly pediatric emergency room at Inova Loudoun Hospital, was officially unveiled.

Former Wall Street Exec. Mavis Taintor gives her campaign $110K

In just two months since announcing her intent to challenge incumbent state Del. Dave LaRock (R) in the House of Delegates 33rd District, Waterford resident and long-time investment banker, Democrat Mavis Taintor, raised roughly four times more in campaign cash than the other candidates.

Ohio man sentenced for sexually exploiting minors; One victim from Loudoun

An Ohio man, Vincenzo Leonardi, was sentenced to 15 years in prison today for exploiting at least six minor boys to produce sexually explicit photographs and videos.
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Inova Rummage Sale, Sheila Johnson, tourism advocates honored at annual Visit Loudoun awards

Visit Loudoun, the county's tourism agency, presented the Inova Loudoun Ladies Board Rummage Sale with the top honor as 2016 tourism event of the year Thursday at the 21st Annual Tourism Awards Luncheon.

Loudoun Sheriff’s Office to conduct DUI checkpoint tonight

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a sobriety checkpoint tonight shortly after 10 p.m.

Purcellville Town Council: Police Department not at risk of reduced funding

Purcellville Town Council met and discussed the coming year's budget during a public hearing Tuesday.

Loudoun-based BENEFIT hopes to make a difference with music

“No one can deny music’s unique ability to bring people together.”

Date Night? Try The Conche, Leesburg’s new chocolate-doused restaurant

“I want this to be a place where everyone can gather and enjoy a meal, beautiful chocolates, cooking classes, cocktails and everything in between."

Purcellville Council taps Vanegas as interim town manager

Following the April 25 announcement that Purcellville's Town Manager Robert W. Lohr, Jr. will retire June 30, the Town Council on Tuesday appointed Alex Vanegas as interim town manager, effective immediately.

Plans for Fort Evans Road interchange move forward

Council voted 6-1, with Councilman Tom Dunn against, to choose the third of three options as its preference for the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) plan.

Man charged with narcotics violation, assault on law enforcement in Chantilly

Around 9:45 a.m., Keith A. Honesty, of no fixed address, was advised he was trespassing at a business at the 42400 block of John Mosby Highway in Chantilly.

Loudoun County students evacuated from bus in Hamilton after ‘squeeze ball’ pops

Sixteen students were evacuated from a Loudoun County Public Schools bus in Hamilton Wednesday due to an unknown substance.

A commuter submitted this Thursday morning photo of items apparently left at the Ashburn North Park and Ride lot following a hazardous materials event scheduled for May 6. Courtesy Photo/Basil White

Hazardous materials left at North Ashburn Park and Ride lot: ‘We’re at Day 5’

Cans of gasoline and mineral spirits have been sitting at the North Ashburn Park and Ride lot since a May 6 hazardous waste collection event, according to a frequent user of the lot.

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