In addition to the grant from the National Governor’s Association, Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Friday that Virginia also has been selected to participate in an 18 month national policy academy focused on the same goals.
In recent years, Loudoun products have begun to dot the rosters of some of the top college volleyball teams around. The latest blue-chipper in that parade of high-level talent is Potomac Falls High School junior setter Holly Carlton.
Adding more sudsy miles to Purcellville’s craft beer trail, Old 690 Brewing Co. opened for business Aug. 15 at 15670 Ashburn Church Road.
An invasive insect first found in Fairfax County in 2003 has spread across Virginia, threatening the state’s ash trees.
An FBI agent testified Thursday that former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife spent many nights together in the governor’s mansion, a final effort to undercut the defense argument that the couple’s failing marriage made a conspiracy implausible.
With the goal of training young, highly skilled high school and college students, Telos Corp., an Ashburn-based cybersecurity firm, wrapped up an innovative summer internship program Aug. 22.
Language Stars, a foreign language program for children, wants to bring early foreign language learning back to Loudoun County.
Student performance improved on Virginia’s more rigorous mathematics tests last school year and pass rates were relatively flat on revised English, history and science tests, state education officials said Wednesday.
In the face of persecution, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) in Sterling has put itself on the front lines in speaking out against ISIS.
Northern Virginia Community College is expanding its footprint in Loudoun with a large building expansion spread across two phases.