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    Veronike Collazo

    Veronike has started her career in journalism with strong credentials. After graduating from Loudoun’s Heritage High School with honors, she earned a B.J. degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri, along with a B.A. in Political Science and certificate in multicultural studies. While at Mizzou, Veronike was a contributing writer for Fangirl the Magazine, as well as a copy editor and public life reporter for The Columbia Missourian. She also interned for the Global Peace Foundation and spent a summer reporting for El Sol de San Telmo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Veronike (pronounced veh-ruh-neek) lives in Leesburg.

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  • Arc of Loudoun Paxton Campus Announces New Executive Director

    Arc of Loudoun Paxton Campus Announces New Executive Director0

    Working as Interim Executive Director of Paxton Campus since late January, Melisa Heifetz has now permanently taken over the role. The Leesburg-based nonprofit’s Board of Directors unanimously appointed Heifetz as its new Executive Director May 19. As Interim Executive Director, Heifetz has worked on local and state-wide legislative advocacy issues with the Self-Advocates program. She also

  • Middleburg Community Charter School Welcomes New Principal

    Middleburg Community Charter School Welcomes New Principal0

    After a nationwide talent search, Middleburg Community Charter School’s Board of Directors has selected a candidate for the principal position for the 2017-2018 academic school year. Rochelle Proctor was selected out of a candidate pool of over 50 applicants, and will be engaging with school stakeholders over the next month to ensure a smooth and effective transition

  • Sheriff’s Office Investigates Sterling Burglary

    Sheriff’s Office Investigates Sterling Burglary0

    The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is investigating a burglary at a home on Clarion Terrace in Sterling where the suspect reportedly groped the victim as she slept. The suspect has not been found. The victim told deputies she was awakened by an unknown man shortly before 4:43 a.m. May 24. The man was touching her as she slept

  • Loudoun Criminal Justice System Receives Disability Training

    Loudoun Criminal Justice System Receives Disability Training0

    When members of the disability community and law enforcement meet during a crisis, the situation can escalate quickly. In a continuing effort to educate law enforcement on how to best serve the disability community, the Paxton Campus and Disability Response Team teamed up with the National Center on Criminal Justice to provide a day-long Pathways