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Middleburg Community Charter School hires new principal

David Larson will begin his new position July 1. The Middleburg school will be Larson's first full-time, head principal job.

Sheila Johnson at Salamander Resort in Middleburg—the place she calls her Loudoun “home. Times-Mirror file photo

Worth $700 million, Sheila Johnson makes Forbes list of self-made women

Sheila Johnson, who owns the Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg and lives in The Plains, is the 22nd wealthiest self-made women in the nation with a personal worth of about $700 million, according to Forbes magazine’s annual list.

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.

Middleburg accountant to serve two years in prison for $900,000 embezzlement

A Middleburg accountant was recently sentenced to two years in prison after he embezzled more than $900,000 from his firm's clients.

Loudoun prescription drug ‘Take Back’ day set for April 25

In partnership with other Loudoun County law enforcement agencies, the Town of Purcellville Police Department will be participating in the nationwide prescription “Take-Back” initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft.

UDPATE: Middleburg Charter principal resigns after being denied re-entrance to U.S.

Middleburg Community Charter School's principal, Barbara Smith, resigned after being denied re-entrance into the U.S. Saturday, the school announced Monday.

Salamander hopes to rezone roads for homes in Middleburg

Salamander Resort and Spa hopes to privatize part of its road network as it prepares to add 49 homes to the resort in the next few years.

The quaint, historic town will host its second annual Shakespeare in the ‘Burg event this weekend. Courtesy photo/Shakespeare in the ‘Burg

Much Ado about Middleburg

The Town of Middleburg is gearing up for its second annual Shakespeare in the 'Burg event.

Middleburg Charter probation lifted

After months of working with School Board members and its Board of Directors, Middleburg Community Charter School is no longer on probation after a School Board meeting March 10.

Mt. Defiance is located inside an old service station in Middleburg. - Courtesy/Mt. Defiance

Middleburg, Distilled: Mt. Defiance Cidery and Distillery opens to the public

Mt. Defiance, Virginia's smallest ABC store and Loudoun's second distillery to open since Prohibition, manufactures three types of rum, absinthe, apple brandy, amaretto as well as various other liqueurs.

Middleburg Charter School community reacts to LEA

Some members of the Middleburg Community Charter School have raised stark objections to the Loudoun Education Association's assertion that all the school's teachers save one have put in requests for a transfer.

Loudoun schools Charter Committee pushes Middleburg Charter probation discussion

The Charter Committee of the School Board voted Monday to recommend discussion of Middleburg Community Charter's probation to the full board.

Twenty Northern Virginia youth will perform in “Behind the Label” to raise awareness on the struggles people with disabilities face. Courtesy photo

A lesson in empathy: Disabled persons share challenges in Loudoun nonprofit’s annual performance

Sunday was one of the last rehearsals for the performers in The Same Sky Project before their March 6 show at Loudoun County High school in Leesburg.

Middleburg Charter School has had a bumpy first year. Teachers and some parents have expressed dissatisfaction to the Loudoun Education Association with formal complaints. Courtesy photo

UPDATE: First-year problems: LEA says Middleburg Charter to see mass teacher exodus

Every teacher but one at Middleburg Community Charter School has put in a request for a transfer for next year, according to the Loudoun Education Association.

Middleburg woman survives attempted murder by estranged husband

Middleburg woman survives attempted murder by estranged husband
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