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Loudoun County Chamber seeks nominations for 32nd Annual Valor Awards

The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 32nd Annual Loudoun County Valor Awards, when the Loudoun business community will honor the career and volunteer emergency first responders and ordinary citizens for their courageous, often lifesaving actions in 2016.

Silver Line small area plan land use map proposed by Supervisor Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge)

Loudoun supervisors plan to limit residential development around Dulles Airport

As the county delves into its land use plan and vision around the future Silver Line Metro stations, Loudoun supervisors have made it clear: Residential development should be restricted around Dulles International Airport.

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.

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.

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.

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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After boycott, VHSL moves state finals from Liberty University

At least six Northern Virginia student debate teams boycotted the state championship at Liberty University last year after the school’s president made controversial remarks about Muslims and gun rights. This year the Virginia High School League is breaking a 15-year tradition of hosting its state finals at the school.

UNOFFICIAL: 2016 Election Results

All results are unofficial until certified by the Virginia Board of Elections. Certification is likely to take place later this week.

Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun County’s Election Day Blog

Stay with us all day for Election Day coverage from every corner of the county. Join the conversation in the LoudounTimes.com comments section, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Susan McCormick of the Wellness Connection accepts the award for Small Business of the Year. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Loudoun Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards: And the winners are ...

Winners of the 2016 Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards were announced Friday night in front of a several hundred-person audience of business leaders, community advocates and elected officials.

Donald Trump at a rally in Ashburn in August. Times-Mirror File Photo/Buzz Covington

Republican office-holders in Loudoun County still dodging the Trump question

Five out of the six Republican Loudoun County supervisors are refusing to answer whether they support their party's presidential nominee, Donald Trump in the Nov. 8 election.

More than 100 Dulles parents voice concerns with proposed attendance zone plan

Over 100 parents came to a School Board public hearing last night to show their opposition to the prospect of Dulles students living south of Route 50 being bussed to schools north of the high-traffic road.

Republican committee releases ‘Nasty’ ad in Comstock-Bennett congressional contest

The ad is part of the NRCC's “Nasty Cooking” Facebook campaign targeting Democrats in close contests around the country.
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