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President of the Hillsboro Charter Board of Directors after the approval Tuesday night.Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Hillsboro Charter application approved with a condition

Hillsboro Charter School passed the first hurdle toward opening in 2016 after School Board members opted to approve the charter's application June 23.

A Hillsboro man escaped serious injury today after driving his truck off the second-story deck of the Leesburg Parking Garage. Photo Courtesy/Leesburg Police

Hillsboro man drives truck off Leesburg Parking Garage

A Hillsboro man escaped serious injury today after driving his truck off the second-story deck of the Leesburg Parking Garage.

Virginia’s rural roads rank 34th in the country

Nearly 20 percent of Virginia's rural roads are structurally deficient, according to TRIP, a national research group.

Hillsboro Charter application decision pushed back

Community members standing behind Hillsboro Charter Academy have longer to wait for a decision by School Board members on whether the charter hopeful's application will move forward.

Members of the Hillsboro Elementary community put in their application to turn the school into a charter in August. The question on the table now is whether the School Board wants to continue these negotiations with the charter hopeful’s Board of Directors, eventually creating a formal contract. Times-Mirror stock photo

School Board members voice concerns with Hillsboro Charter application

Members on the Charter School Committee of the School Board voiced concerns about Hillsboro Charter School hopeful's application Tuesday night.

Loudoun School Board Charter Committee endorses second county charter application

The Loudoun School Board Charter Committee is sending its recommendation for the full board to approve the Hillsboro Charter Academy application.

One year rule enforced for Hillsboro Charter; opening date pushed back

Loudoun School Board's Charter Committee recently told Hillsboro Charter it will need to go through the full 12 months of planning between a charter's approval and its first official day.

Beloved Hillsboro geriatric psychiatrist dies at 54

Dr. Page Fletcher was known for his keen intellect, consummate professionalism and personal kindness to his patients and their families

Man arrested for West Virginia offense linked to Hill Tom Market armed robbery

A West Virginia man is being held as a fugitive of justice for the Jan. 10 armed robbery of Hill Tom Market in Hillsboro after being arrested Jan. 29 in Harper's Ferry, W.Va. for a separate offense.

LCSO releases surveillance video of robbery suspect at Hill Tom Market

Detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office have released surveillance video of the suspect involved in the armed robbery of the Hill Tom Market in Hillsboro on Jan. 10.

Man with gun robs Hillsboro store

A man robbed Hill Tom Market in Hillsboro at gunpoint Jan. 10 at around 2 p.m.

Current mayor of Hillsboro, Roger Vance, talks to volunteer John Witmer at the Old Stone School voting location. Anna Harris, Times-Mirror

Hillsboro write-in ballot keep mayor, elect five

Hillsboro chose to re-elect current mayor Rodger Vance.

Two injured in head-on Hillsboro crash

A two-vehicle crash Tuesday in Hillsboro injured two and yielded one Herndon woman a reckless driving charge.

Singer, songwriter Sloan Wainwright will take the stage at 8 p.m. June 6 at the Old Stone School in Hillsboro. Courtesy Photo

Sloan Wainwright concert to benefit historic Hillsboro school

Music veteran Sloan Wainwright will perform on June 6 at the Old Stone School in Hillsboro to help benefit the historic facility.

Hillsboro Town Council asks for more time to develop charter school

Hillsboro Town Council on April 15 passed a resolution urging the Loudoun County School Board to vote to keep the town's historic elementary school open.
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