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48 min ago | The Washington Post
Tuesday was the first day of school in Virginia as students arrive at their new campus at Bailey's Upper Elementary in Fairfax County.
2 hrs ago | Loudoun Times
Rock Ridge High School halls filled with uncertain but eager faces on Sept. 2. That day, there was no hierarchy in which the freshmen were lowest on the totem pole.
3 hrs ago | Patch.com
The first incident occurred Wednesday, Aug. 27 at the 20200 block of River Ridge Terrace.
4 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Ten months after Loudoun County fifth-grader Gabriella Miller died of an inoperable brain tumor, the cancer awareness and research foundation that she created with her family reached a poignant milestone: On Tuesday, the Smashing Walnuts Foundation presented its first grant, for $100,000, to pediatric cancer researchers at Children's National ... (more)
PURCELLVILLE, Va. Parents in Loudoun County are angry and demanding answers after learning that Loudoun Valley High School's varsity football coach was unexpectedly fired last week.
A number of local groups on Sept. 6 will pay tribute to Loudoun's African American Civil War veterans.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is opening the new third lane on Route 50 in western Fairfax and eastern Loudoun County.
Loudoun Health District officials recently inspected food preparation and storage in Loudoun County.
Virginia students saw modest gains on state-mandated math tests while scores on reading and writing exams stagnated, according to state results released Tuesday.
In celebration of the Labor Day weekend, I am providing some insight for Americans to continue our volunteer efforts where we can have direct impact on supporting the local community living in need.
These were among cases received by the Loudoun County Department of Animal Services.
The Loudoun-based Smashing Walnuts Foundation, launched to honor the late local youth Gabriella Miller, today made its first grant to help find a cure a for childhood cancer.
Blue Ridge Hospice, a not-for-profit hospice serving Loudoun and eight surrounding counties, will celebrate their new Leesburg office with a public open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, August 27, 2014.
Republicans Ed Gillespie and state Del. Barbara Comstock visited Tart Lumber in Sterling Monday.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 05:19 pm
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