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    Middleburg Charter School community reacts to LEA
    Wed., Feb. 25 | 11:05 AM - 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.
     > Top / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /

    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
    Mon., Feb. 23 | 01:02 PM - 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.
     > Top / People / Western Loudoun / Leesburg / Middleburg /
    Loudoun schools Charter Committee pushes Middleburg Charter probation discussion
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 05:28 PM - The Charter Committee of the School Board voted Monday to recommend discussion of Middleburg Community Charter's probation to the full board.
     > Briefs / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /

    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
    Tue., Feb. 17 | 02:12 PM - 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.
     > Top / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    Middleburg woman survives attempted murder by estranged husband
    Sat., Feb. 14 | 06:45 PM - Middleburg woman survives attempted murder by estranged husband
     > Briefs / Public Safety / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    UPDATE: Philomont family of five escapes house fire
    Tue., Feb. 3 | 05:45 PM - A family of five escaped a serious house fire in the 19000 block of Saint Louis Road in Philomont Feb. 3 just after midnight.
     > Briefs / Public Safety / Western Loudoun / Middleburg / Purcellville /
    Middleburg Community Charter accepting applications for 2015-2016 school year
    Tue., Feb. 3 | 03:14 PM - Middleburg Community Charter School is accepting applications for student enrollment for the 2015-2016 school year.
     > Briefs / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    Foxcroft School to build new welcome center
    Thu., Jan. 29 | 07:30 PM - Foxcroft School in Middleburg is saying goodbye to one of its old dorms and saying hello to a new welcome center.
     > Briefs / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    Book Review:“The Historic Murder Trial of George Crawford”
    Thu., Jan. 29 | 05:25 PM - David Bradley’s appetite for history inspired him to pen the 1930’s historical account of the murder trial of George Crawford, an African American on trial for the murders of Middleburg socialites Agnes Ilsley and Mina Buckner. However, this isn’t simply a story about a man on trial for murder. Rather, George Crawford’s case is the case that put all-white Southern juries on trial.
     > Briefs / People / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /

    Ellie, a 35-40 pound black dog, has been missing since September, when she broke away from her newly adopted family after spending less than three months in the Middleburg Humane Foundation. Courtesy photo

    Pet Detective on the case for missing dog
    Fri., Jan. 16 | 06:16 PM - After weeks of unfruitful searching, the Middleburg Humane Foundation hired the Pet Detective to find a missing dog.
     > Top / People / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    Middleburg Charter principal closer to accreditation
    Thu., Jan. 15 | 06:10 PM - Middleburg Community Charter School's principal took another step in gaining a license to administrate in Virginia.
     > Briefs / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    A year of cooperation, community engagement for county’s law enforcement
    Wed., Jan. 14 | 09:00 AM - The key to success in crime prevention in 2014 was cooperation among the agencies, members of Loudoun County's law enforcement agencies said Jan. 9 in a State of Law Enforcement address at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn.
     > Top / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun / Leesburg / Middleburg / Purcellville /

    NASA’s chief of science, Ellen Stofan (right), was invited to speak to the girls at Foxcroft school in Middleburg Jan. 9 by the school’s new head, Catherine McGehee (left). Stofan shared her experience with NASA as well as her love of science and NASA’s upcoming projects. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

    Black holes, Mars missions and STEM, oh my! NASA science chief speaks at local girls’ school
    Fri., Jan. 9 | 04:25 PM - NASA's Chief of Science Ellen Stofan spoke at Foxcroft's School for Girls in Middleburg Jan. 9, pulling girls in with talk of black holes and manned missions to Mars.
     > Top / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /

    Pebbles was well enough to spend Christmas with his family after receiving third-degree burns over more than 80 percent of his body in a house-fire on Thanksgiving. The new year sees him safely home. Courtesy photo

    Teacup pig recovering in Middleburg finally goes home
    Tue., Jan. 6 | 08:15 AM - On Thanksgiving, a house fire caused the Warrenton family who owns Pebbles to lose everything. Now, nearly seven weeks later, Pebbles is well and home.
     > Top / People / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    NASA’s chief scientist coming to Foxcroft School
    Mon., Jan. 5 | 12:28 PM - Foxcroft School for Girls in Middleburg plays host to chief scientist at NASA, Dr. Ellen Stofan on Jan. 9.
     > Briefs / Education / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
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