It’s that time of the year again. The Loudoun Times-Mirror is accepting applications for the 2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award.
The facility will be the largest in Virginia.
Last minute donations closed the gap in a food shortage just in time for Loudoun Interfaith Relief’s Thanksgiving dinner distribution.
For Ashburn mom Caitlyn Koennel, the birth of her second child, Harper, on Nov. 14 came without any beeping monitors, needles or tubes.
The Senate and House held a joint committee meeting Wednesday to hear from state officials, energy companies and environmentalists on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.
As of Thursday morning, the story had been shared more than 50,000 times on Facebook, tweeted 4,600 times and drawn 1,300 comments.
The Eastern District of Virginia collected more than $23.6 million in criminal and civil debts, restitution and forfeitures in fiscal 2014, according to U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente.
Mathias Giordano, 13, was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, cancer of the bone, in July 2012. In the years since, the local boy has endured more than 50 rounds of chemo and radiation, major lung surgeries and a below-the-knee amputation of his right leg.
A nationwide survey of ninth to 12th-graders found that 16 percent reported seriously considering suicide, 13 percent reported creating a plan and 8 percent reporting trying to take their own life.
Discussion for pursuit of universal, full-day kindergarten in Loudoun has reached a crossroads.