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Middle school students in Loudoun County found drinking Xanax concoction

The Loudoun Sheriff's Office is investigating a report that multiple River Bend Middle School students were sharing drinks containing Xanax in a classroom last Friday. More
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Loudoun School Board adopts budget cuts, recognizes teacher and principal of the year

The School Board adopted approximately $5.5 million in recommended reductions on Monday.
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Purcellville town manager announces his retirement

Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser proposed the motion that Lohr would retire from his post before a crowded council chambers, with Town Council members voting unanimously in agreement.
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Donald Virts in his 5,000-square-foot greenhouse in Hillsboro. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

Western Loudoun farmer plans greenhouse in the east

When it comes to farming in Loudoun County, the Virts family has about as much experience in the trade as the U.S. has being a country.
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MORE: Small plane crashes near Leesburg Executive Airport

A one-seat Sonex aircraft made a crash landing near the Leesburg Executive Airport around 9:20 a.m. Saturday.
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Trump divides hopefuls in GOP gubernatorial primary

The front-runner for the Republican nomination in Virginia's closely watched race for governor expressed lukewarm support for President Donald Trump at a GOP debate Saturday in Goochland.
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One of the student posters for America Monday. Courtesy photo.

‘America Monday’ goes ahead at Loudoun County High after spat between administration and students

Students in Leesburg have been given the green light to hold an “American Day” after disgruntled students accused the school administration of shunning patriotism.
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Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) pictured during her last sister city trip at Goyang Global High School in South Korea. Courtesy photo.

Loudoun County chairwoman, economic development officials head to Germany for ‘sister city’ trip

Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) and county officials will head to Main-Taunus-Kreis Germany this weekend as part of one of the county’s many “sister city” relationships with foreign countries.
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Driver of Freightliner flatbed truck charged after crashing into Sterling home Friday

A driver of a freightliner flatbed truck has been charged with reckless driving after he crashed into a home in Sterling Friday evening.
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MORE: Loudoun County teacher charged with DUI, open container inside school

A Loudoun County teacher was arrested today for DUI and having an open container of alcohol inside the school.
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Farm stand at Long Stone Farm opens

Loudoun County and surrounding area residents who love local foods will now have another great option to bring farm fresh products to their tables.
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Wealthy donors boost Perriello’s fundraising to head of pack

Democrat Tom Perriello, an insurgent candidate in Virginia's closely watched race for governor, outraised his opponents last quarter with big help from hedge-fund billionaire George Soros and the global activist group Avaaz.
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New synthetic opioid on the streets in Loudoun

Carfentanil is one of the newest types of synthetic opioid used to cut heroin, and it has crossed the border into Loudoun County.
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More than 100 Loudoun civil servants recognized at annual Valor Awards

Men and women who have shown outstanding courage were honored at the 32nd Annual Valor Awards ceremony at The National Conference Center in Lansdowne Thursday.
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UPDATE: Suspicious substance found at a Loudoun government building

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue officials say a suspicious substance found at a government facility in Leesburg today was not hazardous, though exactly what the material was hasn't been determined.
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Loudoun women get to work at first Commission on Women and Girls meeting

The commission, spearheaded by Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large), held its first official meeting Wednesday night, where co-chairs of the 18 issue-specific committees met and brainstormed the body’s next steps.
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