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Suzanne Jimenez, Loudoun County Public Schools’ director of special education, addresses parents at a forum on the school system’s policy for restraining and secluding students Feb. 22. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Loudoun County Public Schools open dialogue on restraint and seclusion, but parents remain concerned

Loudoun County Public Schools on Thursday hosted a forum on its restraint and seclusion tactics for students with special needs in an attempt to educate parents and assuage concerns. Despite the two informational sessions, parents still expressed anger, confusion and concern. More

Bond denied for man indicted in 2015 Leesburg Outlets hammer attack

A motion to release the man charged in the 2015 hammer attack at the Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets on bond was denied in Loudoun County Circuit Court Friday morning.

‘Chasm’ separates Virginia House and Senate adopted budgets

Almost half a billion dollars separates the Virginia House and Senate adopted budgets.
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Winery dogs at Cardamon Family Vineyard in Purcellville. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Virginia legislature passes bill allowing dogs inside wineries, breweries

Legislation proposed by Del. John Bell (D-87th) of Loudoun that allows dogs at wineries has passed both chambers of the Virginia General Assembly.
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The Isolation Room: Loudoun County parents alarmed at treatment of students with special needs

A photo obtained by the Times-Mirror underscores the severe and seemingly painful tactics used in some schools, parents say.
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Bike TrAle Brewing is Leesburg’s newest brewery

Bringing a new farm brewing option to Leesburg, Bike TrAle Brewing is historic downtown's newest brewery.
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Sgt. Samantha Harwood, center, poses with LCSO command staff. Harwod is the first woman with the LCSO to earn safety bomb technician certification. Courtesy Photo

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office celebrates first woman bomb technician

A member of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office joined a select few after receiving her certification as a United States Public Safety Bomb Technician from the Hazardous Devices School at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.
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Herndon man charged with sexual assault of a juvenile

A Herndon man has been charged with having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a juvenile that began last summer, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
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Loudoun supervisors advance Route 15 widening proposal despite some opposition

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors plans to vote next month on whether to begin the process of widening U.S. Route 15 from a rural two-lane undivided road to a four-lane, median-divided thoroughfare between North King Street to Montresor Road in Leesburg.
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Purcellville residents puzzled by town’s action on traffic calming pilot program

After the Town of Purcellville installed delineators at the east end of Glenmeade Circle near the intersection of Country Club Drive on Friday afternoon, surprised residents said by Friday night the delineators were taken down and bright orange cones left in their place.
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Monroe Tech parents, students concerned about Academies of Loudoun changes

The C.S. Monroe Technology Center in Leesburg has long been lauded as the county’s successful vocational and technology program. Loudoun County Public Schools has further invested in Monroe with its transfer to the Academies of Loudoun as the Monroe Advanced Technical Academy.
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Purcellville honors its cross-country national champions

Loudoun Valley High School's national champion cross country runners received a heroes welcome on Saturday as they paraded through Purcellville, ending with a ceremony and reception at Bush Tabernacle.

Fraser to seek re-election in Purcellville

In a prepared statement, Fraser said he is “humbled by the outpouring of support I have received during my two terms as mayor. I am committed to working with the council majority to fulfill the vision for our town and acting on the desires of our citizens.”
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Second annual Black History Expo celebrates partnerships, progress

Loudoun celebrated Black History Month Saturday with an expo that honored the past, embraced the present and hopes to inspire the future.
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Meet Thomas Harvey, Tuskie’s new executive chef

It’s 10 a.m. on Valentine’s Day, and the staff at Tuscarora Mill Restaurant is running through the day’s specials, preparing for a very full dining room.
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South King Street mural approved in Leesburg

Kaeley Boyle and her mother, Rusty, have an easy camaraderie. The daughter, a graduate from Penn State University’s fine arts program, and the mother, a former art teacher and muralist, finish each other’s thoughts like two painters adding brushstrokes to the same canvas.
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