Republicans praise McAuliffe for signing budget
Fri., Mar. 27 | 01:29 PM -
Republican legislators applauded Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision Thursday to sign the 2014-2016 state budget without amendments or vetoes.
McAuliffe orders alcohol agents retrained after U-Va. arrest
Fri., Mar. 27 | 08:15 AM -
The executive order requires Virginia's approximately 130 Alcoholic Beverage Control agents to complete additional training on the use of force, cultural diversity, community policing and interaction with youth by Sept. 1.
Suspension rates, achievement gap high for Loudoun’s minority students
Thu., Mar. 26 | 04:11 PM -
Loudoun's minority students see a wide achievement gap and higher rates of suspension compared to non-minorities, according to two reports presented at a March 24 School Board meeting.
Much Ado about Middleburg
The quaint, historic town will host its second annual Shakespeare in the ‘Burg event this weekend. Courtesy photo/Shakespeare in the ‘Burg
Thu., Mar. 26 | 02:40 PM -
The Town of Middleburg is gearing up for its second annual Shakespeare in the 'Burg event.
Loudoun’s Wage Inequality
Nationally, women make 72 cents for every dollar a man makes. Stock
Thu., Mar. 26 | 08:04 AM -
Women in Loudoun make on average $48,733, or a little more than half of the $86,454 men make in the county, according to the Census Bureau’s American Community five-year survey looking at educational attainment and median earnings.
New documents shed light on Hounds-One Loudoun stadium dispute
For two years, a sign - now removed - marked the site for the proposed stadium at the One Loudoun development at Route 7 and Loudoun County Parkway.
Wed., Mar. 25 | 04:30 PM -
How the promise of a sports stadium in Loudoun crumbled under the weight of its own ambition.
Spiritual warfare at Sterling’s Calvary Temple church
Former congregants of Calvary Temple, a Pentecostal church in Sterling, are accusing the church’s leadership of sexual and physical abuse. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Wed., Mar. 25 | 06:00 AM -
Past members of Sterling-based Calvary Temple allege multiple incidents of sexual and physical assault within its church and school
Police: Lack of evidence of U-Va. gang rape ‘doesn’t mean something terrible didn’t happen’
Tue., Mar. 24 | 05:08 PM -
There were numerous discrepancies between the article and what police found, said Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo, who was careful not to characterize Jackie's account as a false allegation.
Whole Foods seeks to bring Loudoun County products to its shelves
From mild to XXXTra Hot!!! salsa, Chef Eloy Carrera of Sterling sells his ‘kickin’ salsa at various Whole Foods in the area plus 30 food festivals and seven farmers markets’ with the help of his wife Beatrice and daughter Sandra Stickovitch. —Times-Mirror Photo/Greg Nash
Tue., Mar. 24 | 02:41 PM -
Last weekend Whole Foods, a purveyor of all things organic and local, announced it was accepting pitches from local food producers in the area.