Virginia, federal laws regarding service animals in conflict
Brodie helps Jake Jones buy a toothbrush while accompanied by Jake’s mother Lori Jones at Walgreen’s in Warrenton. Times Community Media File Photo/Randy Litzinger
Sat., May. 25 | 08:28 AM - While Virginia requires owners of service animals to display the training certificate, it's against federal law to require anyone with a service animal to show proof of the animals certification, according to Marian Vessels, director of the Mid-Atlantic American Disability Act (ADA) Center.
Four Loudoun students awarded “Beat the Odds” scholarships
Keynote speaker Congressman Frank Wolf, right, jokes with the “Beat the Odds” scholarship winners after the awards ceremony at the old courthouse in Leesburg May 23. From left, Shannon Hayes of Park View High School, Leanna Moron of Loudoun County High School, Vineetha Thekkel of Tuscarora High School and Jonathan “Cory” Dickey of Loudoun County High School received scholarships for overcoming adversity such as abuse and financial hardship. —Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
Fri., May. 24 | 05:30 PM - Looking at Loudoun County High School senior Leanna Moron, one wouldn't suspect the challenges she's overcome.
First-degree murder charge dismissed against Leesburg man
Fri., May. 24 | 04:46 PM - Ryan Williams was charged in connection with the December shooting death of Jovaughn Johnson of Sterling.
Brambleton residents file lawsuit against Loudoun County School Board
Fri., May. 24 | 02:26 PM - The Loudoun County School Board will spend yet another summer facing a lawsuit, thanks to this spring's school attendance boundary process.
Special Education Advisory Committee honors dozens at annual award ceremony
Horizon Elementary School assistant principal Christopher Painter shakes hands with School Board member Jill Turgeon after being honored at the Supporting Special Education Awards. —Times-Mirror Photo/Alanna Dvorak
Fri., May. 24 | 12:05 PM - More than 30 Loudoun County students, parents and teachers were honored at the Special Education Advisory Committee's third annual Recognition for Excellence in Supporting Special Education Awards.
Bowman again indicted on capital murder charges
Fri., May. 24 | 11:35 AM - A Loudoun County Grand Jury on May 20 for a second time indicted Darwin Giovany Bowman on multiple charges, including two counts of capital murder.
Family reigns supreme at Leesburg dealership
Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
Dulles Motor Cars in Leesburg is owned by Saghafi brothers Kevin, left, CEO, and Hamid, right, President. Kevin’s daughter Nadia, center, is the Director of Operations.
Fri., May. 24 | 06:00 AM - Family is what drives one of Leesburg's most successful dealerships.
Herring, Fairfax run against Cuccinelli’s record
Thu., May. 23 | 04:31 PM - If there is anything that the Democratic candidates for attorney general are certain to agree on, it is that they would be nothing like current Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
The V: Defining the social eatery
Times-Mirror Photo/Beverly Denny
The V in Ashburn provides options for its diners, whether it’s the cool, sleek bar, luxurious dining room or relaxing patio.
Thu., May. 23 | 03:17 PM - Everything The V does focuses on eclecticism, owner Anthony Cavallo says, from unique craft beers and a solid list of wines to the 100-seat patio to the posh lounge that ushers the bar vibe into a more traditional, upscale-casual dinner setting.
Memorial Day in Loudoun
Thu., May. 23 | 01:13 PM - Falling on the last Monday of May since 1968, Memorial Day will be observed this year on May 27. During the three-day weekend communities across Loudoun County will honor soldiers, sailors and Marines who died serving their country.
The season’s best new vehicles
Mercedes-Benz of Chantilly is most excited about the new 2013 M-class SUV. Courtesy photo/Mercedes-Benz of Chantilly
Thu., May. 23 | 07:00 AM - Loudoun County auto dealers share their top picks for the summer.
School Board approves first principal of HS-6
Wed., May. 22 | 02:43 PM - The Loudoun County School Board approved HS-6's first principal at its May 14 meeting.
Loudoun House candidate experiencing the ‘wild, wild west’ of politics
Wed., May. 22 | 11:03 AM - The campaign for Hamilton's David LaRock, challenging incumbent Del. Joe May in the June 11 primary, has been forced to deal with unwanted patrons on its Facebook page.
Ambrosia: Still making music and fostering a new generation
Ambrosia will take the stage at the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg May 24, where they will perform the classics and fans will get a sample of the new music to be released later this year.
Wed., May. 22 | 08:00 AM - The band will take the stage at the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg May 24, where they will perform the classics and fans will get a sample of the new music to be released later this year.
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.