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  • Dulles Customs Finds Heroin Hidden in Lollipops

    Dulles Customs Finds Heroin Hidden in Lollipops0

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection at Dulles International Airport seized over one pound or heroin concealed inside lollipops on April 14. The man, who requested entry as a courier on business, arrived on a flight from El Salvador, according to a release from CBP. As a courier, he was referred for a routine secondary examination

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  • Sheriff’s Office Investigates Xanax in Sterling Middle and High Schools

    Sheriff’s Office Investigates Xanax in Sterling Middle and High Schools0

    The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports April 21 of students in Loudoun middle and high schools drinking a solution of the anti-anxiety drug Xanax dissolved in water. The first involved seven River Bend Middle School students sharing drinks in a classroom on Friday morning, according to a release from the LCSO. The drinks reportedly

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  • School Board Reconciles Budget, Keeps Teacher Stipends

    School Board Reconciles Budget, Keeps Teacher Stipends0

    During one of the quickest meetings this year, the Loudoun County School Board reconciled the Fiscal Year 2018 budget. School board members had to close a $5.5 million gap. After holding two brief work sessions, each around an hour in length, the board passed the new budget after a four minute discussion. “That is an amazing

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  • Finding Forever Homes: FOHA’s Story

    Finding Forever Homes: FOHA’s Story0

    Nearly 50 years ago, Anne Lewis took a stray dog to a local shelter, hoping it would find a loving home. When Lewis went back to check on the dog, to her horror, she found it had been euthanized. “That got her mission rolling,” said Tracey Griffith, Friends of Homeless Animals’ Program Manager, the group

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  • Five Minutes with Delegate Candidate Mavis Taintor

    Five Minutes with Delegate Candidate Mavis Taintor0

    Among the growing list of first-time Democratic candidates entering the region’s political races, Mavis Taintor is taking on one of the most difficult paths for Democrats. Running for the House of Delegates in the 33rd District, the investment banker and Waterford resident is facing a challenge in the Democratic primary against farmer and small business owner

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  • Rain Doesn’t Dampen Loudoun’s Weekend Fun

    Rain Doesn’t Dampen Loudoun’s Weekend Fun0

    Ominous skies and persistent rain couldn’t keep Loudoun from celebrating a spring weekend. Thousands from in and around Loudoun partook in one of many outdoor festivities offered throughout the county April 22. Across Loudoun, citizens could enjoy bird watching, beer tasting, plant shopping and dozens of other activities that carried on despite the weather. Flower

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