• PHILLIPS Offers Academics, Life Lessons to Special Needs Students

    PHILLIPS Offers Academics, Life Lessons to Special Needs Students

    Tucked away in the wooded campus of the Freedom Center is one of Loudoun’s best kept secrets: the PHILLIPS Building Futures Program. PHILLIPS is a private day school for students with special needs. The program takes a maximum of 10 students ages 14 to 21 who don’t do well in the public school setting. Some

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  • Spartan Spectacular to Showcase Area Winterguard Units

    Spartan Spectacular to Showcase Area Winterguard Units

    This Saturday, the Broad Run High School Band Program, BRHS Band Boosters and the Atlantic Indoor Association, will host their eighth Spartan Spectacular, welcoming over 30 Winterguard units from across the region to the competition floor. These units — featuring middle school, scholastic, university and independent programs — will compete across seven classification levels. Each Winterguard

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  • Commonwealth’s Attorney, Victim Witness Program to Honor Crime Victims

    Commonwealth’s Attorney, Victim Witness Program to Honor Crime Victims

    As a way spotlight the dedication and compassion of county residents, the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office (OCA) and Victim Witness Program are hosting the Victims’ Services Awards to honor some of the area’s most impressive acts of service. This year Victims’ Services Awards will be presented on April 7 to Leesburg Police Department Lieutenant Jaime Sanford, Loudoun

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  • Leesburg Snow Emergency Restrictions Over

    Leesburg Snow Emergency Restrictions Over

    Snow emergency route restrictions have been lifted in Leesburg after the March 13 snow storm. Cars may now park along King, Loudoun and Market Streets. Meanwhile, the Town annoucned full storm recovery operations will continue during the overnight hours of March 14 and into March 15. Throughout the night, crews will continue to push snow off

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  • Sterling Nonprofit Pioneers Adaptive Agriculture Initiatives

    Sterling Nonprofit Pioneers Adaptive Agriculture Initiatives

    INMED Partnerships for Children has launched multiple adaptive agriculture initiatives around the world. On March 9, INMED and its South Africa office launched its latest commercial aquaponics facility at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. In partnership with the Mondelēz International Foundation (MIF) and Mondelēz South Africa, this project will

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  • INOVA, Redskins Celebrate Newest Partnership

    INOVA, Redskins Celebrate Newest Partnership

    Leaders of the Inova Hospital system along with officials from the Washington Redskins celebrated their latest partnership effort with a ribbon cutting ceremony March 13. The event commemorated the rebranding of the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park in Ashburn. “One of our great goal is to keep our players and coaches healthy,” said

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