Elizabeth Miller files House of Delegates candidacy
Tue., May. 21 | 12:30 PM - Miller, a well-known political activist and the wife of former Loudoun County Supervisor Stevens Miller, has filed as an independent.
Sterling-based Neustar evolves with the times
Photo By Mike Morgan/The Network Operation Center is where Neustar analyzes network traffic and activity.
Tue., May. 21 | 11:52 AM - The company, with 1,500 employees and offices in Tysons Corner, Kentucky, California and Costa Rica, got its start providing data service that allowed people to move their phone number from one carrier to another.
County to spray Loudoun parks for ticks, Lyme disease
Tue., May. 21 | 10:22 AM - Six Loudoun County parks will be sprayed in upcoming weeks as part of the Board of Supervisors initiative to combat Lyme disease in Loudoun County.
Sterling couple had history of domestic violence
Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
Rosangela Spradling shot her husband Steven to death in their Sterling home May 17.
Mon., May. 20 | 04:59 PM - Rosangela Spradling is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of her husband
UPDATE: Ramadan under fire for trip to Taiwan
Times-Mirror File Photo/John Geddie
State Del. David Ramadan has reversed course and will formally disclose through a statement of economic interest a 2012 trip to Taiwan. He estimated the cost at more than $7,500.
Mon., May. 20 | 04:28 PM - Del. David Ramadan (R-87th) Monday afternoon announced he'll amend his financial disclosure form in order to report the scrutinized 2012 trip to Taiwan.
State’s Transportation Board delays vote on North-South plan
Mon., May. 20 | 12:10 PM - The North-South plan includes several regional projects, including the so-called Bi-County Parkway, which extends Route 234 from I-66 in Prince William to Route 50 and Northstar Boulevard in Loudoun.
Fabbioli wins top county tourism award
Mon., May. 20 | 09:07 AM - Visit Loudoun honored Doug Fabbioli May 9 with the prestigious Judy Patterson Tourism Award.
2013 Republican ticket: Cuccinelli, Jackson and Obenshain
Ken Cuccinelli, E.W. Jackson and Mark Obenshain earned the Virginia Republican nomination Saturday for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general, respectively.
Photo Courtesy/Facebook, Mark Obenshain for Virginia Attorney General 2013
Sat., May. 18 | 10:32 PM - Voters in Old Dominion will elect the Democratic statewide candidates in a primary June 11.
Sterling woman charged with first-degree murder
Sat., May. 18 | 12:56 PM - An apparent homicide in Sterling Friday evening remains under investigation by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office this afternoon.
Mental health professional speaks with area parents
Sat., May. 18 | 09:00 AM - Questions directed at psychiatrist Kenneth Towbin sprang from all over the tightly packed room.
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