Leesburg woman indicted for first-degree murder
Tue., Jun. 18 | 04:00 PM - A Leesburg woman charged in the December shooting death of a Sterling man was among 36 indicted June 10 by a Loudoun County Grand Jury.
Herndon man convicted of theft from former employer
Tue., Jun. 18 | 02:36 PM - A Loudoun County Jury convicted a Herndon man June 17 of burglary and grand larceny and recommended more than seven years in prison.
Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour adds new talent
J. Douglas has drawn portraits for most of his life, but he began to experiment with oil paintings in 2008. Douglas’s stop is at 43000 Mill Race Terrace in Leesburg.
Tue., Jun. 18 | 08:00 AM - Sixty-three artists will showcase their work June 22-23.
Repeat sex offender sentenced to two life terms in prison
Mon., Jun. 17 | 12:37 PM - A Loudoun County judge on Friday upheld a jury's recommendation and handed down a sentence of two life sentences plus 75 years in prison for a 52-year-old man convicted on a range of sex crime charges.
Loudoun Democrats announce new candidate in House District 33
Mon., Jun. 17 | 09:22 AM - Loudoun County Democrats today announced a change of plans in their hopes to win the Virginia House of Delegates 33rd District seat.
Sterling Playmakers invest in new facility
Mon., Jun. 17 | 07:03 AM - With 100 shows now under their belt and 10 years of planning and saving, the Sterling Playmakers recently celebrated the move-in to their new storage and warehouse space.
Courthouse Square proposes public-private partnership
Courtesy art/L4 Capital Partnership
The new Courthouse Square from the Courthouse Lawn along East Market Street. Courthouse Square is a development encompassing the current 1.7 acre Loudoun Times-Mirror building and parking area.
Sat., Jun. 15 | 07:00 AM - The lead developers of Courthouse Square have started the process of allowing the county government to lease space in the long-awaited development.
McAuliffe vs. Cuccinelli: Five debates or 15?
Gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli, a Republican (left), and Democrat Terry McAuliffe (right) have sparred over debate plans in recent weeks. The two appeared at the Virginia Public Access Project’s annual luncheon in May. Photo Courtesy/The Virginia Public Access Project
Fri., Jun. 14 | 01:05 PM - Mark Rozell, the acting dean and a professor of public policy at George Mason University, said the Cuccinelli pitch is “entirely unrealistic.”
County officials discuss upcoming transportation projects
Fri., Jun. 14 | 11:00 AM - Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R-At Large) held a jurisdictional public input session June 10 to outline the Loudoun County and Northern Virginia Transportation Authority's fiscal 2014 road project list and how the region will spend the transportation dollars available from the adoption of House Bill 2313.
School Board allows students to leave Broad Run for Stone Bridge early
Fri., Jun. 14 | 06:46 AM - The Loudoun County School Board voted June 11 to allow students who will be redistricted from Broad Run to Stone Bridge in the fall of 2015 to head to their new school early.
More than 15,000 without power
Thu., Jun. 13 | 06:16 PM - More than 15,000 Loudouners are without power at this time following a massive thunderstorm that barreled through the county after 3 p.m. today.