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    From left: School Board members Thomas Reed (At Large), Jeff Morse (Dulles) and Eric Hornberger (Ashburn) at the March 2 fiscal 2016 budget work session with the county supervisors. Courtesy photo/Ken Reid

    Finding room: What might get sacrificed in Loudoun’s capital budget for two new schools
    Tue., Mar. 3 | 02:33 PM - It's down to this: what projects are the Loudoun supervisors and School Board members willing to delay in the Capital Improvement Program to accelerate a middle school and elementary school?
     > Top / Government / Education /

    Mt. Defiance is located inside an old service station in Middleburg. - Courtesy/Mt. Defiance

    Middleburg, Distilled: Mt. Defiance Cidery and Distillery opens to the public
    Tue., Mar. 3 | 02:16 PM - Mt. Defiance, Virginia's smallest ABC store and Loudoun's second distillery to open since Prohibition, manufactures three types of rum, absinthe, apple brandy, amaretto as well as various other liqueurs.
     > Top / Business / Western Loudoun / Middleburg /
    UPDATE: Three Loudoun supervisors considering raising taxes to fund education
    Mon., Mar. 2 | 09:49 PM - The supervisors’ comments mark a potential shift for Loudoun’s all-Republican board, which has annually lowered the tax rate during its term.
     > Top / Government / Education /

    After months of thinking and discussing his options with colleagues, Leesburg’s Dr. Stephan Knobloch decided to run for the School Board’s At Large seat. He thought about running for the Leesburg seat, but decided At Large made sense since two contenders for Leesburg had already surfaced. Courtesy photo/Stephan Knobloch

    UPDATE: Contender for School Board At Large seat enters ring
    Mon., Mar. 2 | 02:30 PM - The third contender for the School Board November elections has come forward.
     > Top / Education /
    2015 Virginia legislative session wraps up with ethics rules
    Mon., Mar. 2 | 10:09 AM - Lawmakers adjourned Friday after passing legislation at the last minute aimed at tightening the state's ethics rules for public officials and curbing sexual assaults on Virginia's college campuses.
     > Top / Government / Politics /

    Stone Bridge skated past Bishop O’Connell 5-2 in the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League championship game Feb. 27 at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. The Bulldogs won their sixth NVSHL championship.—Photo Courtesy/Elliott Root

    Stone Bridge rallies past O’Connell in hockey championship game
    Sun., Mar. 1 | 08:53 AM - The Bulldogs (13-0) put the finishing touches on a perfect season and claimed their sixth NVSHL championship.
     > Top / People / Eastern Loudoun /

    Philly Eagles linebacker, Emmanuel Acho, visited Woodgrove High School student Hannah Delmonte Feb. 20 after she got 17,000 retweets on her request to take him to prom. Courtesy photo

    Woodgrove high schooler to take Philly Eagles linebacker to prom
    Fri., Feb. 27 | 02:00 PM - A Woodgrove High School student is taking Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho to prom after winning a retweet bet, according to Comcast SportsNet.
     > Top / People / Western Loudoun / Purcellville /

    Jacob Dentu , 16, talks to Imam Abdul Rafaa of the ADAMS Center following the daily evening prayer session at the mosque in Sterling. Tin Nguyen/Fairfax County Times

    Growing Islamophobia a concern for ADAMS Center in Sterling
    Fri., Feb. 27 | 12:00 PM - Rizwan Jaka, Board Chairman of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center, has a personal beef with the Islamic State, perhaps better known to many as ISIS.
     > Top / People / Politics /

    Advocates for more education funding in Loudoun County attended a School Board budget hearing earlier this year. Many of the same faces and signs could be seen at a county public hearing Feb. 25. Courtesy Photo

    The beat goes on: Fund our schools, Loudoun education advocates plead
    Thu., Feb. 26 | 04:05 PM - One speaker after another – roughly 40 in all – pressed the all-Republican Board of Supervisors to fully fund the $981 million budget.
     > Top / Government / Education /

    Del. Tom Rust (R), who has represented portions of eastern Loudoun and Herndon in the Virginia House since 2002, will not seek re-election in 2015. Courtesy Photo

    Delegate Tom Rust retiring
    Wed., Feb. 25 | 12:43 PM - Veteran state Del. Tom Rust, who represents portions of Loudoun, Fairfax and the Town of Herndon, is retiring at the end of his term.
     > Top / Government / Politics /
    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 /
    MORE: Two Loudoun wineries place in the Governor’s Case
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 08:22 PM - Two Loudoun wineries, North Gate Vineyards and Catoctin Creek Winery, placed in the Governor's Case at the Governor's Cup Wine Competition Gala in Richmond Feb. 24.
     > Top / People / Western Loudoun /

    Passenger numbers are climbing at Reagan National Airport, as Dulles International passenger totals shrink. -Courtesy/MWAA

    Overall passenger decline at Dulles Airport, international travel up
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 03:11 PM - Passenger numbers, released last week, show that while international travel to Dulles Airport grew last year, the overall passenger totals dropped nearly 2 percent.
     > Top / Business /
    Loudoun thinking outside its borders for economic development
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 11:34 AM - With government contracting in flux, and the larger question of the deflating Loudoun economy becoming ever more concerning, county officials have decided to look outside the country for help developing regional assets.
     > Top / Business /
    Judge allows state to intervene in Va. pipeline lawsuit
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 11:27 AM - A federal judge has allowed the state to intervene in a Virginia lawsuit challenging Dominion Resources' right to survey private property for a proposed pipeline.
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