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MORE: Fairfax grand jury indicts Martinez-Torres on capital murder, rape charges

A Fairfax County grand jury has indicted Dawin Martinez-Torres, 22, on capital murder and rape charges related to the killing of 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen, according to media reports. More
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Victim identified in fatal Route 9 crash

An Oct. 13 crash on Route 9 near Purcellville Road in western Loudoun left one man dead and another seriously injured.

School Board to hear legislative directives at next meeting

The board's legislative and policy committee approved the recommended 2018 Legislative Priority Positions, which the full board will hear at its Oct. 24 meeting.
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Northam and Gillespie appear at inaugural Times-Mirror candidate forum

Gang violence, Virginia's economy and President Donald Trump were among the topics covered by the two major-party candidates for Virginia governor who took part in a forum hosted by the Loudoun Times-Mirror on Saturday.

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The 2017 Loudoun Wine Awards dinner was one to remember for Sunset Hills

Sunset Hills' 2016 Viognier was named the top local wine at the annual awards dinner, and the Purcellville winery's popular red wine Mosaic won best Bordeaux blend.


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Kappa Farms to invest $865K, create 21 jobs in Sterling

Kappa Farms plans to invest $865,000 and create 21 jobs at a new, year-round aquaponics operation in Sterling.

Party labels play role in Virginia lieutenant governor race

In her campaign for lieutenant governor, Jill Vogel is doing everything she can to differentiate herself from the rest of the Republican Party. Her opponent, Democrat Justin Fairfax, says Vogel can't run from her Republican record.
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A subcommittee of Loudoun’s Heritage Commission discusses how the county can balance history on the courthouse grounds. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Loudoun’s Heritage Commission begins work on courthouse grounds examination

The unnamed statue in downtown Leesburg has been a polarizing symbol for years.
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Bell, Kolla square off in tight 87th District contest

A tight race is again expected in the House of Delegates' 87th District between first-term incumbent Del. John Bell (D) and Republican Subba Kolla, a real estate businessman from South Riding.

Parents’ outburst interrupts hearing in Nabra Hassanen case

Four months after a 17-year-old girl's death rattled northern Virginia's Muslim community, emotions remained raw as the girl's mother disrupted a pretrial hearing by hurling a shoe at the man accused in her slaying.

Judge dismisses $6M lawsuit against Loudoun County sheriff

The federal judge hearing the $6.35 million lawsuit brought by a former Loudoun detective against Sheriff Mike Chapman (R) and the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has dismissed the case.
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Supervisors take steps to have Loudoun County take over traffic studies conducted by developers

In a bid to fix what county leaders described as the “broken” process of land-use applicants being responsible for conducting traffic studies for their own proposed developments, Loudoun supervisors have decided to look instead into having the county carry out the studies to make the process more credible.
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Loudoun sheriff’s office releases sketches of suspects in Brambleton incidents

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has released composite sketches of two subjects involved in a suspicious incident last Friday in the Brambleton area.
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Leesburg Town Council continues parking evaluation

Downtown Leesburg has enough public parking, according to a new study that may surprise many residents.

Amazon’s HQ2 could have its drawbacks for Loudoun County

When Amazon announced its search for a second headquarters Sept. 7, the world seemingly changed for cities and counties across the country.
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Purcellville police chief on leave; questions swirl around town’s personnel changes

Purcellville Police Chief Cynthia McAlister's sudden administrative leave is the latest in a series of questioned personnel changes in the small western Loudoun town.
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