The County Chronicle

The online newspaper for Loudoun County High School

The County Chronicle

The County Chronicle

Blossom into Spring with the Flower and Garden Show

Sofia Hernandez Garcia, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

Held in historic downtown Leesburg, the annual Flower and Garden Show is held in the third week of April to celebrate the upcoming of spring. The town (or vendors) showcase all things gardening by transforming...

Search for the Best After Graduation Restaurant

Taylor Helfer, Staff Writer June 5, 2023

As the school year comes to a close and seniors start to stress about AP exams, Outreach, and other various events, picking where to eat after graduation should be the least of their issues. These local...

Leesburg Flower Festival Welcomes Spring

Liberty Harrison, Editor-in-chief May 5, 2023

If you hear the words, happy crowds, delicious food, cool faux-gardens, arts and crafts, and Leesburg… What do you think of it? The Annual Leesburg Flower and Garden Festival, of course! During the...

Quest for the perfect latte in Loudoun

Quest for the perfect latte in Loudoun

Maisy Davies and Rachel Edgar January 10, 2023

With the colder weather, the season of warm cozy coffee makes its way into the agenda. We traveled around Loudoun in search of lattes, sampling three varieties and comparing the atmosphere of the shop...

Attendance Zone Changes Possible: School Board to Facilitate Review

Evelyn Kuzminski, Layout Editor November 22, 2022

Current freshmen and sophomores may find that this is their last year as a Loudoun County Captain, following the school board’s attendance rezoning plans to reassign several neighborhoods to Tuscarora...

Downtown Leesburg reviews, winter edition: Shoes Cup and Cork, The Sunflower Shack, and Muz and Rose

Liberty Harrison, Managing Editor February 14, 2022

During winter break, I invited my friend and fellow high school Junior, Leina Young, to visit several shops in the historic district of downtown Leesburg.    The chilly winter air was offset...

 wall with CDs, records, and other music related paraphernalia take up the back wall of the first floor of Dig.

Chasing food and fun: an afternoon in downtown Leesburg

Liberty Harrison, Managing Editor November 2, 2021

  Leesburg, Virginia, a historic town built in the 1740s, hosts a charming array of shops both new and old in its downtown district. Teenagers, especially those attending Loudoun County High...

Pandemic pets: pet adoptions flourish during pandemic

Evelyn Kuzminski, Editor-in-chief May 9, 2021

When the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic on March 11 of last year, businesses and organizations of all sorts began shutting down - Loudoun County Animal Services among...

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