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The conference in Washington, D.C. incorporated workshops tailored around different experiences during the Holocaust, tours of the museum and guest speakers, one of which was a Holocaust survivor. Photo/ushmm.org/information

Holocaust history training for Loudoun teachers emphasizes making the right choices

Three Loudoun teachers took part in a Holocaust history training this summer from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum educators.

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Massive Waterside development gets green light for Dulles area

Chantilly Crushed Stone will build the large, mixed-use development that’s been in the works since 2012 on a property north of the Dulles Greenway and east of Dulles Airport on the current site of one of Crushed Stone’s quarries.

The new version of the driving range, where targets collect golf balls embedded with microchips. Courtesy Photo/Ken Pak Photography

Loudoun’s Topgolf opens this Thursday

Guests play at hitting bays on 240-yard outfields with dartboard-like targets on the ground. The closer to the center of the target the ball lands and the further the ball flies, the more points are received. Unlike traditional golf scoring, the more points the better.

Future workforce leaders develop models for cyber security at Telos

Students presented their projects Aug. 27, the culmination of the 24-step curriculum Cyber Entrepreneurship Intern Program sponsored by the cyber security company Telos Corp. in Ashburn.

Vignesh Valaboju, 16, dilutes a primer sample in the biology lab at Rock Ridge High School to create a living vaccine for Lyme disease. Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

Loudoun students work to extinguish Lyme disease worldwide

The Rock Ridge High School International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition Team is working to create a living vaccine that will eliminate Lyme disease in Loudoun County and hopefully throughout the biosphere.

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The future of Loudoun: A look at the developing Silver Line hub in Ashburn

Plans for how the surrounding area will be affected are moving forward, and three scenarios have surfaced for how the the swath of land housing the future Silver Line could develop.

Sterling man on mini-bike hits car, person

Sterling man on mini-bike hits car then a person

Dulles Raytheon to aid in U.S. Air Force training

The U.S. Air Force signed a contract with Raytheon Company’s Dulles branch for training services, the company announced Aug. 26.

More than a 1,000 diehards were on hand at Redskins Fan Appreciation Day in Ashburn Sunday. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Loudoun County is the epicenter of Redskin nation

Here, local officials go gaga any time a team representative appears at board meetings – the local Board of Supervisors in 2012 unanimously agreed to send at least $2 million in tax dollars into the team's coffers.

Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

SURVEY: Loudoun County’s unique relationship with the Washington Redskins

Give your two cents about Loudoun County's special relationship with the Washington Redskins.

Twitter/Regal Cinemas

Regal cinemas will check your bags

Next time Loudouners hit the movies, specifically one of the county’s three Regal Cinema theaters, they’ll open more than just their wallets.

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‘No Red Hill Tower’ group targets five Loudoun supervisors

A single-issue advocacy group is calling out five Loudoun supervisors who voted to allow a nearly 200-feet-tall water tower near the rural policy area close to the Brambleton and Willowsford communities.

Washingtonians Rhonda Proctor, Rena King and Ralynee Simpson await the Redskins players’ arrival. Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

IN PHOTOS: Fan Appreciation Day at Redskins Park in Ashburn

More than a 1,000 fans turned out to Redskins Park in Ashburn catch the players practice, snag an autograph or two and enjoy a performance from the "First Ladies of Football."

Alleged child sex offender arrested at Dulles International Airport

A Maryland man was arrested Aug. 19 at Washington Dulles International Airport after airport law enforcement found outstanding Maryland arrest warrants for sexual assault of a minor, according to a report from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Nearly $14K in unreported funds seized at Dulles International Airport

Nearly $14,000 in unreported currency was seized at Washington Dulles International Airport Aug. 19, according to a release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
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