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Brewer reinstated as Dominion principal on probationary status

Dr. John Brewer, principal of Dominion High School, has been re-offered the position of principal of Dominion on an annual contract for three years, but on a probationary status.

Supervisors make more cuts, criticize the General Assembly during third budget session

After wrapping up two rounds of hefty preliminary budget approvals, the Board of Supervisors took a more conservative stance Monday night on a list of county department needs during its third worksession on the proposed fiscal 2018 $2.5 billion budget.

Loudoun Sheriff’s Office arrests five apparent drunken drivers in two-day span

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office arrested at least five people on drunken driving charges in a two-day span between Saturday and Monday.

Times Mirror File Photo/Alex Erkiletian

Decision day: Loudoun School Board may act on Brewer case Monday

The Loudoun School Board will hold a special meeting Monday at 5:30 p.m, potentially to decide whether embattled Dominion High School Principal John Brewer will return to his post.

Members of the National Conference Center in partnership with LCPS pupil services accepting an award for their efforts to help Loudoun students with special needs.

Loudoun businesses recognized at annual schools-business partnership event

800 attendees packed in to the National Conference Center in Lansdowne, Friday, for the annual Loudoun school-business partnership recognition breakfast where the good work done between local businesses and public schools in the county is celebrated.

Julia Kurnia, Sterling based founder of micro-lending platform, Zidisha.

This Sterling-based micro-lender helps the world’s poor and needy

A micro-lending platform pioneered by a Sterling-based woman that offers low-cost loans to those living in some of the poorest parts of the world is expanding its reach.

Loudoun Sheriff’s Office: Investigation into Damron’s time at Dominion H.S. closed

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has confirmed the investigation into band director Brian Damron's time at Dominion High School is closed.

Gov. McAuliffe vetoes immigration-related bill

The governor, a Democrat, said Friday the bill sent an anti-immigrant message and was unnecessary because the state's law enforcement authorities already work closely with federal immigration agencies.

Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Dr. Brewer, two Dominions and ‘passing the trash’

When John Brewer opened Dominion High School in 2003, Loudoun County’s newest principal set a vision for an unconventional educational experience where everyone had a stake and everyone could succeed.

Big surge for military in Trump budget, big cuts elsewhere

Domestic programs and foreign aid would as a whole absorb a 10 percent, $54 billion cut from currently projected levels — cuts that would match the military increase

Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles) has dealt with the ERP issue for years. Times-Mirror File Photo

Loudoun County’s multi-million dollar ERP problems continue

The Board of Supervisors' finance committee on Tuesday walked back a $533,200 expenditure for a single person to lead the county’s latest implementation of its problematic enterprise resource planning (ERP) project.

Superintendent makes case for $1.1 billion budget to supervisors

The Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun School Board gathered Wednesday to hear out the school administration’s 2018 $1.1 billion adopted budget request.

The cost of Facebook: Loudoun economic development dept. spends $20K per year on social media site

Getting your message out in the cyber world can come with a steep price tag. And in Loudoun County, some local officials are no strangers to those costs.

Former Dominion High School Band Director Brian Damron. Photo/DHSpress.com

Loudoun music supervisor who wrote recommendation for Damron elected president of state association

The supervisor, Michael Pierson, is expected to serve a two-year term as president of the nonprofit association.

Virginia lawmakers still grappling with ethics law

The Virginia General Assembly is set to adjust the state's ethics laws for the fourth straight year, as lawmakers continue struggling over what kind of gifts they can take from lobbyists and special interests.
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