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Loudoun County Economic Development Director Buddy Rizer announces the county’s record-breaking commercial investment figures at the historic Selma Mansion July 27. Times-Mirror/Alexander Erkiletian

Loudoun County celebrates record $3.3B in commercial investment at historic Selma Manor

After years of sitting quietly off of Route 15, the more than 200-year-old historic Selma Mansion in Leesburg came to life Thursday night. More
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Two Loudoun County residents file lawsuits against Chipotle following illnesses

Two Loudoun County residents are suing Chipotle for damages of $74,000 plus interest after alleging they were sick after eating at the chain's Sterling restaurant during the recent outbreak of illnesses tied to the restaurant.

U.S. District judge rules Randall violated Lansdowne resident’s First Amendment right

Last February, Brian Davison was blocked from Phyllis Randall’s Facebook page for roughly eight hours overnight after the Lansdowne resident made critical comments of the Loudoun County School Board.

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Better Angels aims for better political understanding in Leesburg

In today's political climate, the concept of civility and open-minded discussions are often missing from the headlines.

Supervisors vote along party lines to keep unions out of county new hire packets

Unions and non-affiliated third party organizations will not be allowed to include promotional, one-page fliers in the Loudoun County government’s new hires packets.

8-year-old Leesburg girl flees attempted abduction

A woman described as being white, in her mid-20s, with straight brown hair attempted to abduct an 8-year-old Leesburg girl on Tuesday, according to the Leesburg Police Department.

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office arrests ‘upskirting’ suspect

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday arrested a Sterling man who was wanted for a reported "upskirting" at a Sterling area store last month.
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Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie rolled out a public safety plan on the Loudoun County Courthouse grounds Thursday. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Gillespie chooses Leesburg to roll out public safety plan targeting gangs, sanctuary cities

Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie rolled out a public safety plan on the Loudoun County Courthouse grounds Thursday he said would reinstate Project Exile and crack down on sanctuary cities and gang activity around the commonwealth.

DEVELOPING: One dies in Lucketts house fire

Shortly after 5 p.m. yesterday, an engine from Lucketts was dispatched for an investigation in the area of Bald Hill Road and Steed Hill Lane after a passerby reported seeing smoke in the area.

Dry Mill Winery in Leesburg on the market for $2.4M

Dry Mill Winery, a popular wine country destination in Leesburg for more than 10 years, is on the market for $2.4 million.

UPDATE: Former Loudoun detective files multi-million lawsuit against Sheriff Chapman, county board

A former Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office detective today filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Loudoun Sheriff Michael L. Chapman (R) and the county’s Board of Supervisors after the ex-detective said he was fired in 2015 for supporting the sheriff’s political primary opponent.

Loudoun Valley grad launches Homegrown Foodie Truck

After over a year of renovations, permit applications and planning, the Homegrown Foodie Truck has hit the roads around Loudoun.

Loudoun judge denies prosecution’s request for jury visit to scene of Lansdowne infant killing

Loudoun Circuit Court Judge Douglas L. Fleming on Monday denied a motion presented by prosecution lawyers for the jury to visit the intersection where Lansdowne baby Tristan Schulz was struck and killed by a car in August 2016.

Chipotle illness count up to 135 diners

The Loudoun County Health Department has identified more than 135 individuals who reported becoming ill after visiting the Chipotle Mexican Grill at 21031 Tripleseven Road in Sterling between July 13 and 16, county officials announced today.

Six Loudoun residents arrested for drunken driving over the weekend

At least six Loudoun County residents were arrested over the weekend in apparent drunken driving incidents, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Residents, Loudoun County officials continue to seek solutions for Route 15 congestion

Twenty-years ago Marc Halley moved from the rapidly developing Ashburn area to the Saddlebrook community off Route 15 north of Leesburg.
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