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21st Century Cures Act receives bipartisan support from Warner, Kaine and Comstock

A landmark health care and medical research bill, the 21st Century Cures Act, is heading to President Barack Obama's desk for his signature.

Evan Fenton of Heritage High School (right) accepts his certificate from School Board member Tom Marshall (Leesburg) at the 34th annual Excellence in Education event. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

Top 5 percent of Loudoun students honored at Excellence in Education banquet

Principals shared student’s stories of overcoming obstacles, finding unique interests, honing their talents and being inspired by their teachers to perform to the best of their ability.

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Notaviva Vineyards, Mackeys moving to Colorado

Stephen and Shannon Mackey will be "frequent flyers" as they plan to continue operation of their creative agency, Mesh Omnimedia, out of downtown Leesburg.

Former LCPS band director accused of making sexual advances toward students

Former Dominion High School band director Brian Damron resigned from a position in a Florida school system Nov. 1 after an internal investigation substantiated claims.

Local breweries team up to host Hops for Hope Saturday

On Dec. 3, six local breweries and a restaurant will team up to raise awareness and funds for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). By hosting this event, they hope to help bring missing children home and stop child exploitation.

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Leesburg baker featured on Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’

In 2014, after 30 years of teaching elementary school, Leesburg resident Kathleen Stanton had big plans for a career change.

Where to shop local on Black Friday

As shoppers around the country start gearing up for their annual Black Friday early shopping rituals, here's a list of local small businesses around Loudoun that will be offering Black Friday specials of their own.

Purcellville advises residents to use water wisely due to county drought conditions

The National Weather Service on Thursday revised its drought condition for the region, indicating that most areas of Loudoun County, including Purcellville, are not considered in a moderate drought condition.

Purcellville Comprehensive Plan survey available online through Nov. 30

Purcellville officials are asking residents interested in the future of town to visit http://www.PlanPurcellville.com and complete the “Focusing on the Details” survey to help determine the final content of the updated Comprehensive Plan.

‘Chugging along,’ Jim Corcoran counts his blessings

The proprietors of Corcoran Brewing Co. and Corcoran Vineyards and Cidery in western Loudoun County, Jim and his wife Lori are well-known and admired throughout the community.

Loudoun school bus drivers speak out about low pay, low morale

A large group of bus drivers, transportation staff and teachers speaking on their behalf addressed the School Board Tuesday.

Dr. Eric Williams

Loudoun County schools promise ‘inclusive’ environment in wake of election

The discourse of a divisive presidential election has negatively affected some groups of Loudoun students, according to parents, the NAACP and educators.

Two injured in Purcellville after pumpkin dropped from overpass

Two people suffered minor injuries early this morning after someone dropped a pumpkin from an overpass in Purcellville.

Future opening of Academies of Loudoun leaves room for needed growth

Once the new Academies of Loudoun opens in 2018, there will be a “domino effect,” freeing up space in school buildings across the county and allowing room for multiple programs to expand, according to Loudoun County Public School officials.

Voter turnout robust in Loudoun County

Three out of four registered voters in Loudoun County cast ballots in the historic and captivating Nov. 8 presidential election.
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