• Opinion: During Immigration Ban Chaos, Perriello Earned My Vote

    Opinion: During Immigration Ban Chaos, Perriello Earned My Vote0

    On Jan 28, 2017, I was on the ground at Dulles Airport, joining dozens of my immigration lawyer colleagues in providing legal assistance to passengers caught in the chaos of Trump’s first travel ban. The scene was chaos, and despite having a federal court order signed by a US District Court Judge in hand, US

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  • Sterling Fallen Soldier to be Honored at NASCAR Race

    Sterling Fallen Soldier to be Honored at NASCAR Race0

    As part of NASCAR’s third-annual 600 Miles of Remembrance, all 40 Monster Energy Cup Series drivers will have their names replaced on their car windshields with those of fallen service members. That includes Army Specialist Douglas Green of Sterling, who will be featured on the No. 47 car driven by AJ Allmendinger during the Coca-Cola 600.

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  • Discipline Study: Black Students Three Times More Likely to be Suspended in Loudoun

    Discipline Study: Black Students Three Times More Likely to be Suspended in Loudoun0

    Although Loudoun County Public Schools says it is working to improve the representation of racial and ethnic minorities in its teacher workforce, the Loudoun chapter of the NAACP have raised additional concerns about another race-based disparity in the school system: disproportionate discipline. According to a 2015 University of Pennsylvania study, black students in Loudoun were 7

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  • Building Better People: Loudoun JROTC Stands Out

    Building Better People: Loudoun JROTC Stands Out0

    Loudoun County High School senior Jackson Smith poses with his parents, Lisa and Mark. When Jackson Smith applied for the National Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Scholarship in late fall 2016, he had no idea he would become the first person in Virginia to win this prestigious award. His is one of six scholarships provided by

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  • Waltonwood Ashburn to Host National Senior Health and Fitness Day Exercise Class

    Waltonwood Ashburn to Host National Senior Health and Fitness Day Exercise Class0

    When it comes to fitness, senior citizens have an extra interest. Exercise can help maintain or build muscle and bone strength as well as reduce the risks of cardiovascular disease. In honor of the 24th annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day, Waltonwood Ashburn is hosting three free exercise classes. The classes are scheduled 10:15 a.m., 11:15

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  • Nineteen Schools to Have Delayed Start Times

    Nineteen Schools to Have Delayed Start Times0

    Students at 4 middle schools and 15 high schools will be starting school 10 to 15 minutes later than the county usual for the 2017-2018 school year. The Loudoun County School Board accepted the public school’s Transportation Division and Department of Instruction changes to bus routes in order to make transportation more efficient for students at the May 23 meeting. The

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