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The Ashburn Colored School was vandalized with swastikas and “white power.” Times-Mirror/Crystal Owens

UPDATE: Five teenage suspects charged with vandalism of historic Ashburn schoolhouse

Five teenagers were served with juvenile petitions this week in connection with the vandalism of the historic Ashburn Colored School earlier this month, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office announced today. More

Loudoun supervisors approve ADAMS expansion plans in Ashburn business park

The Board of Supervisors approved Thursday evening plans for one of the largest Muslim centers in region to expand services in an Ashburn business park.

MORE: Chair Randall says people in eastern Loudoun don’t understand the west

Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) told a crowded ballroom that eastern Loudoun residents frequently approach her and say “idiotic things.”

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Gabby Giffords in Loudoun: ‘It takes courage’

Since the Sandy Hook shooting, Gabrielle Giffords has become a leading advocate for gun control, specifically making it harder for criminals and the mentally ill to obtain a gun and expanding background checks.

This year’s Monster Mash will feature a stilt-walking Frankenstein. Courtesy Photo

7th Annual Monster Mash kicks off this weekend at Village At Leesburg

The 7th Annual Monster Mash family event comes to the Village at Leesburg Oct. 22 from 3-7 p.m. featuring everything Halloween and an appearance from the Food Network's "Halloween Wars."

Members of the Loudoun Valley High School Performing Arts Department will take patrons of the Wayside Farm maze through an eerily, fun experience on Oct. 21-22. Photo Courtesy/Wayside Farm

Loudoun Valley zombies to take over Wayside Farm’s Night Maze

New this year, students in the Loudoun Valley High School Performing Arts Department have partnered with Wayside Farm in Berryville to create two nights of spooky fun Oct. 21 and 22.

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Clinton vs. Trump: Debate night at the Alamo

“What better way to witness the insanity of the final throwdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton than on the big screen at the Alamo?” said Gabriel Ruzin, the theater's creative manager.

Democrat LuAnn Bennett, left, and Republican Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, right.

Comstock and Bennett highlight contrasts in second and final debate

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, the Republican incumbent in what has become a tightly contested race for the House of Representatives’ 10th Congressional District of Virginia seat, still can’t escape Donald Trump.

MORE: Loudoun deputies investigating alleged threats against GOP office in Sterling

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies are investigating alleged threats against the Republican Campaign Headquarters on Pidgeon Hill Drive in Sterling after receiving third-party information on Oct. 16 from an unknown man, according to reports.

Lights, camera, Middleburg: Film festival arrives Thursday night

Festival organizers say they're planning for somewhere around 4,000 attendees this year spread out among the four-day festival that features more than two dozen films from 10 countries.

Upcoming attendance zone changes may affect Loudoun students at 23 different schools

Loudoun County Public Schools staff recommended the board address it now to ease overcrowding at Mercer Middle School next fall.

UPDATE: Leesburg heroin dealer sold fentanyl causing one death and multiple overdoses

A Leesburg man pleaded guilty today in federal court for distributing heroin and fentanyl between late 2015 and February of this year.
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Loudoun Holiday Coalition loses its facility, future uncertain

The Loudoun Holiday Coalition, a nonprofit that has served families in need since 2006, no longer has a permanent home due to a lack of funding. No longer having a warehouse to store donations this year means the organization will only be able to serve less than half of the families it usually does.

B Chord Brewery plans shift to Round Hill

After hostile neighbors won out in their opposition to Marty Doughtery's plans for B Chord Brewery at Foggy Bottom Road site in Bluemont, he's back with a new application at a new location – this one in Round Hill.

Paul VI Catholic High School’s relocation plans spark traffic concerns

After receiving a rezoning approval over a decade ago, the Catholic Diocese of Arlington has decided to move forward on its plans to relocate Paul VI Catholic High School from Fairfax to Loudoun County.

Orbital ATK’s rocket launch reignites space station deliveries in Virginia

One of NASA's main delivery companies made a triumphant comeback seen up and down the East Coast on Monday night, launching its first space station shipment from Virginia since a rocket explosion two years ago.

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