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  • 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

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  • 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

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  • 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

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  • Two Potomac Falls Students Charged with Xanax Distribution on School Grounds

    Two Potomac Falls Students Charged with Xanax Distribution on School Grounds0

    Two 16-year-old students from Potomac Falls High School were charged Friday with distribution of a schedule IV narcotic on school property. The charges stem from an incident last month where several students were discovered to have shared drinks containing Alprazolam, commonly referred to as Xanax, during class at nearby River Bend Middle School. On April

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  • Law Enforcement Leaders Offer Advice on Police-Civilian Interactions

    Law Enforcement Leaders Offer Advice on Police-Civilian Interactions0

    Headlines of young black people being shot by police have dominated news outlets across the nation for years. In an attempt to address some of the fear and misunderstanding between law enforcement and the black community, the Loudoun NAACP Legal Redress Committee hosted an event with several local law enforcement leaders on May 20. “I’ve

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  • LGBTQ Gun Policy Reform Group Endorses Northam

    LGBTQ Gun Policy Reform Group Endorses Northam0

    The Pride Fund, the nation’s only LGBTQ organization solely focused on gun policy reform, endorsed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam May 22, less than a month before the primary election. The endorsement from the D.C.-based group, the incumbent Lt. Gov.’s latest among area liberal political leaders and policy organizations, is another opportunity for Northam’s camp to tout

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