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Dominion High School Principal John Brewer. Photo Courtesy Loudoun County Public Schools

Dominion principal goes on leave after allegations against former teacher go public

The principal of Dominion High School John Brewer, who has held his position since the school opened in 2003, abruptly went on leave starting Dec. 3. More
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Loudoun supervisors approve Middleburg’s Catesby Farm events facility

Despite objections from local residents, Loudoun supervisors on Tuesday night approved a Middleburg land use proposal for a banquet and events facility on the 240-acre Catesby Farm property.

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.

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Driver charged in Lansdowne infant’s death to face trial next year

The trial for a Leesburg man charged with involuntary manslaughter after he hit a 5-month-old boy who was being pushed through a busy Lansdowne intersection with his SUV will face a two-week trial in October.
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U.S. Supreme Court seems concerned over race in Virginia redistricting

The Supreme Court on Monday seemed concerned that race may have played too large a role in the drawing of electoral districts in Virginia, to the detriment of black voters.

State Sen. Favola pushing for firearm registry in Virginia

Favola's proposal is sure to meet opposition from Virginia Republicans, who control both chambers of the General Assembly.
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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.

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Barnhouse Brewery in Lucketts completes expansion

Barnhouse Brewery, the five-year-old Virginia farm brewery in Lucketts, is expanding and expects to quadruple its brewing production in 2017, the company announced last week.

Parents of teen suicide victim sue Loudoun County Public Schools counselor for $5M in damages

Parents of a Potomac Falls High School student who took his own life last school year today filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Loudoun Circuit Court against a Loudoun County Public Schools' counselor.
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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.
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More plans emerge for Ashburn’s ‘Smart City’

Additional plans for the region’s first “ground-up smart city” have emerged with recent announcements by the developers of new partnerships and the release of the latest architectural renderings.
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Comstock praises passage of 21st Century Cures Act; Kaine says he’ll support it

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-Va.-10th) is hailing the House of Representatives' passage of the 21st Century Cures Act, a sweeping piece of legislation Comstock often touted on the campaign trail this year.
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Trump administration the topic of conversation at Loudoun Chamber of Commerce forum

As the Trump administration gears up for the White House, Virginians are bracing for how the transition will impact business and politics.
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Loudoun zoning group favors more town centers in the county

Loudoun town centers of the future as envisioned by the county’s Zoning Ordinance Action Group, is getting a second look by the Planning Commission.
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Loudoun supervisors express concern over proffer law, regulating Airbnb at legislative meeting

Just about a month before state legislators head to Richmond for the 2017 General Assembly session, local lawmakers and the Board of Supervisors made clear during a joint meeting Nov. 29 their outrage over new proffer legislation and a desire regulate Airbnb.
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