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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. More

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.

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

Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge James Howe Brown Jr. ruled Thursday 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.

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Thousands of Loudoun students walk out to protest gun violence

More than 3,000 Loudoun County Public Schools students walked out of class Wednesday morning to protest gun violence and advocate for safer schools.

Ashburn’s Diaz scores golden ticket on ‘American Idol’

Ashburn's Brandon Diaz earned a golden ticket to Hollywood in his audition on ABC's “American Idol,” which aired earlier this week.

Redskins’ Cravens enters no contest plea for traffic violations

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

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.

Loudoun loans developer $2.5M for affordable housing in Ashburn

Loudoun supervisors on Wednesday voted unanimously to loan nearly $2.5 million from the county’s housing trust to a real estate developer that plans to construct more affordable housing in the Ashburn area.

UPDATE: Leesburg police investigating social media threat against Loudoun County High School

Local authorities are investigating a social media threat against Loudoun County High School Thursday morning, according to LCHS Principal Michelle Luttrell.
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Leesburg council reconsiders food trucks in select districts

With two new members sitting on town council, Leesburg is reconsidering its stance on allowing food trucks in the business and Crescent Design districts.

Purcellville hires new town manager amid period of uncertainty

The new manager said he wants to enhance the town's quality of life and revenues, manage growth and “get the job done.”

Loudoun School Board debates gun violence resolution ahead of walkouts

With school safety at the forefront of public discussion, the Loudoun County School Board is considering a gun violence prevention resolution that could be voted on next week.

Leesburg council supports ‘T’ intersection for Route 15 North

Leesburg Town Council on Tuesday endorsed a signalized “T” for Loudoun County’s improvements to the Route 15 North and North King Street intersection—but the town refused to pay for it.

Lovettsville’s Teddy Chipouras appears on ‘The Voice’

Singer and songwriter Teddy Chipouras of Lovettsville, a graduate of Woodgrove High School and current student at James Madison University, appeared as a contestant on NBC's "The Voice" Monday night.

Chantilly man arrested for reportedly exposing himself to toddler

A Chantilly man has been arrested and charged with felony indecent liberties and indecent exposure, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

A look at some of this year’s oddball bills in the Virginia General Assembly

Lawmakers opted not to eliminate the crime of profanely swearing or cursing in public. A bill from GOP Del. Michael Webert (R) that would have done away with the crime currently punishable as a Class 4 misdemeanor died in committee.
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