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Cast members rehearse “A WILL to Survive,” a rock opera that will debut at the Hill School in Middleburg Oct. 2.
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Musical touring Loudoun County schools addresses suicide prevention

"A WILL To Survive," a 45-minute rock opera produced by A Place To Be music therapy, aims to reach teenagers with music and lyrics they can relate to. The show will begin touring Loudoun County Public Schools as part of the Same Sky Project this year, with a goal of performing in every middle and high school by spring 2018.

Loudoun supervisors vote to restrict data centers along Route 50

Loudoun's Board of Supervisors has adjusted rules in the commercial and light industrial zoning district along Route 50 to impose more stringent regulations on data centers interested in locating along the corridor.

Middleburg Charter Academy recieves $137,000 state grant

Middleburg Community Charter School recently received a $137,700 grant to aid its year-round instructional program from Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

Photo By/Bob Nelson

Amid inevitable growth, Loudoun seeks a unique identity

Business leaders from around the county came to a showcase property adjacent to a developing Silver Line station to consider Loudoun’s most obvious statement: “Loudoun County will look a lot different in five years.”

Kaine says Catholic church might change on gay marriage

He told the Human Rights Campaign during its national dinner Saturday in Washington that he had changed his mind about gay marriage and that his church may follow suit one day.

The recurring themes of 10th District duel between Comstock and Bennett

Election Day is two months out, and while Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have soaked up most of the media coverage, voters across the country will also determine Nov. 8 whether Republicans maintain their control of Congress.

Times-Mirror/Sophie Scheps

Middleburg businesses cope with ‘Middleburg prices’

Middleburg shop owners and residents have long been outspoken about the cost to conduct business within the town’s small commercial district.

Times-Mirror/Sophie Scheps

In Hamilton, education begins on a teaching farm

Jaclyn and Kenny Jenkins fulfilled their greatest dream two years ago with the purchase of One Day Farm in Hamilton. The 13-acre property featuring a late 18th-century house was in need of some tender loving care but the Jenkins felt up to the challenge.

The TSA is seeing a drastic increase in the number of firearms passengers are trying to bring onto airplanes. Photo Courtesy/TSA

Increased gun confiscations at Dulles Airport concern TSA

At Washington Dulles International Airport, a trend that TSA officials describe as “disturbing” continues to take off, despite multiple educational efforts to curb it.

Start your engines: Loudoun County Public Schools race toward the future. Nearly 79,000 students go back to school Aug. 29.
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With nearly 79,000 students and growing, Loudoun schools confront change and challenges

This year an estimated 78,665 students will be enrolling in LCPS. The school division will face unique challenges this year, including easing overcrowding in schools.

Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

‘Moms 4 Trump’ display anger, vitriol toward Clinton in Loudoun County

Nearly 100 Donald Trump supporters attended a “Moms 4 Trump” rally at the Loudoun County resort, where speakers focused the bulk of their time on Clinton.

Wine glasses lined up for a tasting at Stone Tower Winery in Leesburg. Facebook/Loudoun Wine Awards

Fabbioli Cellars, Cana Winery earn high marks in second annual Loudoun Wine Awards

The winners of best in show and best in class by grape varietal will be announced during an awards dinner Oct. 14 as a kick-off to the new Epicurience Virginia festival.

Loudoun School Board gives Superintendent Williams a raise

Superintendent Eric Williams' contract with Loudoun County Public Schools was renewed for another four years with a total compensation package of $357,000.

Snapshot of Salamander Resort’s resort and future home layout. www.Salamanderresidences.com/

Salamander ready to launch construction of estate homes

Salamander Resort and Spa owner Shelia Johnson plans to begin construction of its long-awaited Middleburg homes by the end of the year once a permitting process with the Town of Middleburg is complete, the resort’s President Prem Devadas told the Times-Mirror.
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Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

Horse Power: Loudoun Therapeutic Riding strengthens bodies and minds through equine-assisted therapy

For over 40 years, LTR has provided equine-assisted activities and therapies to people with a wide variety of cognitive, physical and psychological disabilities, using three main types of therapy programs.
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