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Loudoun supervisors, School Board discuss Comprehensive Plan strategies

Members of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun County School Board last night discussed how they will work together to plan for new schools as a new comprehensive plan for the county is drafted.

Purcellville town hall to focus on online safety for children

The Purcellville Police Department will be hosting a town hall meeting about online safety for children in support of October being National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The event will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the Purcellville Town Hall, 221 S. Nursery Ave.

17 Loudoun middle schoolers taken to hospital after school bus smokes and leaks gas

The bus was on the way to school on Berlin Turnpike when a call was made to emergency services for a bus fire, according to an email notification from Harmony Principal Eric Stewart.

Checkpoint in Purcellville nets summonses for 39 motorists

Law enforcement on Wednesday issued summonses to 39 motorists for moving and non-moving violations in a 1 to 4 p.m. checkpoint at Berlin Turnpike and Piggott Bottom Road in Purcellville.

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

The largest planting in the US of this rare grape is here in Loudoun wine country

Across several French Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée, or controlled wine regions, the grape is known as Mansois, Pinenc, Brocol and a slew of other synonyms, lending to its mystique.

Woodgrove High School principal refutes online rumors of violent threat to campus

Woodgrove High School Principal William Shipp this afternoon sent an email notification assuring parents and students it is safe to attend class tomorrow despite rumors circulating social media that there will be a “violent incident” on campus.

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.”

Purcellville moves toward greater transparency

The Purcellville Town Council took concrete steps toward government openness by voting in favor of budget transparency software and considering an efficiency audit during its Sept. 13 meeting.

Report of suspicious man in Purcellville determined to be false

A report of a suspicious masked man in the Town of Purcellville was determined to be a false report after an investigation by detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.

Former VRT leader sentenced to 18 months in bribery scheme

The former CEO of Virginia Regional Transit was sentenced Friday to 18 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to a bribery scheme that caused $380,000 in losses to the U.S. government.

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.

Students made signs displaying positive messages for the We’re All Human Walk at Woodgrove High School on April 6. Peer leaders who participate in the group’s coping training will work to spread messages of love and acceptance like these through out the school year.
Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

Community suicide prevention effort brings coping training to Loudoun Public Schools

Suzie Bartel, the founder of the Ryan Bartel Foundation, is working with the student group We're All Human to provide training to help develop students' coping skills well before they reach an emotional crisis.

Loudoun deputies investigate suspicious man in Purcellville

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a suspicious event that occurred Sept. 4 in the Town of Purcellville.

Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Northern Va. leaders vary on transportation, but agree Redskins stadium should go to Loudoun

As one of the the most populous regions in Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metro areas keeps getting bigger, Northern Virginia leaders from Loudoun, Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington and Alexandria got together Aug. 31 for the first of its kind conversation about how to address some of the most important issues facing the region.

Patrick Henry College students, alumni plan protest during Mike Pence visit

The protest is planned for a designated area on the small Purcellville school’s campus around 3 p.m., which is when the Pence rally is expected to begin.
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