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Thu., Feb. 11 | 04:49 PM - Two sheriff's deputies on Wednesday likely prevented the death of a western Loudoun man by using agency-issued naloxone to revive him from a heroin overdose.
Thu., Feb. 11 | 03:13 PM - During the Town Hall they will discuss the severe overcrowding at Dulles South middle schools and potential courses of action. Morse will present a summary of enrollment and capacity concerns and mitigation options. Mercer Middle School Principal Bob Phillips will provide an overview of how potential courses of action would be executed. Following the presentations, a question-and-answer session will be held.
Thu., Feb. 11 | 02:10 PM - Local state Del. Kathleen Murphy's legislation to prohibit anyone subject to a permanent protective order from possessing a firearm passed the House by a 96-3 vote today.
Thu., Feb. 11 | 12:00 PM - A former Washington Redskins player is facing a firearms charge after he accidentally shot himself last month in his Leesburg home.- 3 comments
Thu., Feb. 11 | 11:58 AM - Homegrown Leesburg musician Car Seat Headrest is having a great year. Will Toledo, who records under the name Car Seat Headrest and performs with other Leesburg musicians, has already released a dozen albums on Bandcamp by age 23.
Thu., Feb. 11 | 09:20 AM - Loudoun County Public Schools is implementing a new online, pre-registration process that will make registering new students for kindergarten easier for many parents.
Wed., Feb. 10 | 06:45 PM - Chris Herren, a basketball player, will speak Feb. 15 at Riverside High School in Leesburg about his rise to fame in the NBA and his fall and recovery after drug addiction.
Wed., Feb. 10 | 05:04 PM - Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet recommended increasing taxes for Loudoun County residents during his fiscal 2017 budget presentation Wednesday night.- 14 comments
Wed., Feb. 10 | 03:59 PM - Leo, J-Law and Sly will soon be sipping on a smooth Loudoun County wine from Greenhill Vineyards.
Wed., Feb. 10 | 03:27 PM - Leesburg Town Council pushed off a vote on the proposed courthouse expansion and accompanying Pennington Lot parking garage because residents and council members alike expressed concerns about how it would change the feel of downtown Leesburg.- 1 comment