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Compass Creek development in Leesburg could disrupt historic African-American gravesite

A historic burial ground dating back to the late 1700s could be moved as part of the Compass Creek development in Leesburg. More

Loudoun County’s fiscal 2019 budget taking shape

With less than two weeks before Loudoun County’s fiscal 2019 budget is finalized, supervisors continue to chop and add to a $2.3 billion budget that will leave public schools with at least a $10.8 million funding gap if talks remain on the same path.

Updates on the snowstorm

The snow emergency route for downtown Leesburg is in effect. There will be no parking on the streets until further notice, town officials have announced.

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One Loudoun shooting suspect turns himself in

A Fauquier County man who fired a gun during a domestic altercation in the One Loudoun development in Ashburn Friday night turned himself over to authorities Saturday afternoon, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Herndon man charged with two counts of first-degree murder following Aldie slaying

A Herndon man has been charged with two counts of first degree murder in connection with the January 2018 double homicide of a mother and her adult son at their Aldie home, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

UPDATE: Stone Bridge High School evacuated for bomb threat

Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn is under an evacuation after receiving a bomb threat Tuesday afternoon.

Campaign launched to eliminate Loudoun students’ meal debts

The Loudoun Education Foundation and two residents with a deep interest in the county’s public schools are kicking off a campaign to raise just over $20,000 to eliminate students’ meal debts incurred this school year.
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Trial begins for food truck driver involved in fatal Loudoun County crash

Tony Steven Dane, the driver and owner of Dane’s Great American Hamburger food truck that operated out of a converted school bus, pleaded not guilty Monday to the charges brought against him after he was involved in a fatal crash on Sept. 8, 2017.

Sexual assault reported in Lansdowne

The assault happened between 7 and 8 p.m. when the girl was walking near the 43700 block of Lees Mill Square. Investigators said she was grabbed by a man who sexually assaulted her and then fled on foot.

McCabe kept memos on Trump dealings; Mueller now has them

Andrew McCabe, the onetime FBI deputy director long scorned by President Donald Trump and just fired by the attorney general, kept personal memos detailing interactions with the president that have been provided to the special counsel’s office and are similar to the notes compiled by dismissed FBI chief James Comey.

Ballots set for May 1 town elections

Western Loudoun's town elections are shaping up with the March 6 filing deadline having passed for the upcoming May 1 election.
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Trump lauds firing of McCabe as ‘great day’

In what President Donald Trump called "a great day for Democracy," Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired Andrew McCabe, a former FBI deputy director long scorned by Trump, two days before McCabe's scheduled retirement date, acting on the recommendation of bureau disciplinary officials.

Agritourism, hemp leads ‘State of the Rural Economy’ discussion

Community leaders, business owners and agriculturists came together last week to discuss the direction of growth in Loudoun County and what the future holds for the area’s rural western expanses, an area deeply rooted in agritourism.

Redskins’ Cravens enters no contest plea for traffic violations

Redskins safety Su’a Cravens to pay $120 in fines plus court costs.

Loudoun judge rules school counselor not under obligation to inform parents of suicide screening

Loudoun County Judge James Howe Brown Jr. ruled Thursday in Circuit Court that a Potomac Falls High School counselor was not under a mandatory duty to notify parents after screening a student for suicide risk in 2016.

Loudoun Valley senior hosting ‘Rock to Live’ benefit concert for suicide awareness

A Loudoun Valley High School senior is planning a suicide awareness concert called “Rock to Live” at Bush Tabernacle in Purcellville on April 8 from 2-6 p.m.

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