Prince William County officials last week unveiled plans for a STEM Education Center at the county’s sanitary landfill on Dumfries Road near Independent Hill.
Billed as an interpretative education center for science, technology, engineering and math, the facility would be used to teach students and the public about environmental issues and challenges.
Washington Post, February 1, 2015
More than four years after Loudoun County embarked on a major upgrade of its aging financial management systems, the price tag for the overhaul has swelled by about 65 percent more than the amount initially budgeted for the project.
The Post’s Tom Jackman also comments on the story.
Washington Post, December 16, 2013
Robotic surgery is increasingly popular among surgeons at Inova Loudoun Hospital.
Washington Post, August 11, 2013
Geometry took on a whole new dimension for 25 students from Purcellville’s Mountain View Elementary School when their class traveled from western Loudoun to the Microsoft store at Tysons Corner Center to unveil their class projects.
Washington Post, June 3, 2013
The two busloads of seventh- and eighth-graders from Sterling who arrived at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Bethesda were on a mission. They had come to test the underwater robots they built and to see which teams could maneuver their robots most effectively in a simulated oil-spill scenario.
The students were participants in a Naval research program to interest children in science and technology.
Washington Post, May 22, 2013
Loudoun County has launched an online tool to link entrepreneurs with the resources they need to help their businesses grow.
Washington Post, February 17, 2013
A South Riding resident is using social media to help victims of a fire that destroyed their home.
Washington Post, February 9, 2013
“Idea Fusion” meet-ups provide a setting for high-tech entrepreneurs to share ideas and meet potential advisors and investors.
Washington Post, September 26, 2012