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Middleburg businesses cope with ‘Middleburg prices’

Middleburg shop owners and residents have long been outspoken about the cost to conduct business within the town’s small commercial district. More

Loudoun detectives investigate alleged brothel in South Riding

Detectives were able to confirm the alleged prostitute posted numerous ads on Craigslist for “massages for males, male body grooming and hot showers” with pictures of himself, according to a warrant filed July 28 in Loudoun County Circuit Court.

Loudoun man with history of computer fraud sentenced for stealing $227K from his mother

According to court records, Andrew Hamid, 39, wired portions of the money from his mother's mutual investment account into another account in her name in 10 transactions between May 1, 2015, and Oct. 31, 2015. Hamid then transferred the wired money to his personal bank account in 16 different transactions.


Shawn Pahlavani in his backyard near the intersection of Routes 7 and 28 overlooking construction underway on part of his property that will extend and connect Russell Branch Parkway. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Construction continues, VDOT sues as Ashburn man holds on to his home

After months of waking up to bulldozers and the sound of drilling in his backyard, Ashburn resident Shawn Pahlavani has recently learned that the fate of his property – which is being taken by the state through eminent domain – is just about finalized.
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Mike Gray recently took over ownership of Mad Horse Brew Pub in Lovettsville. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

New ownership at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse taps into community support

Patrons of Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub have seen their local watering hole change and evolve quite a bit over the years, and have always followed change with keen interest.


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FAA small drone rule comes into effect Monday

Starting today commercial drone users are likely to have an easier time getting their unmanned aircraft systems off the ground.

Sterling MS-13 member released to Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody

A Sterling MS-13 gang member who pleaded guilty to arranging a mob assault involving students from Dominion High School will be released into the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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In Hamilton, education begins on a teaching farm

Jaclyn and Kenny Jenkins fulfilled their greatest dream two years ago with the purchase of One Day Farm in Hamilton. The 13-acre property featuring a late 18th-century house was in need of some tender loving care but the Jenkins felt up to the challenge.

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Former U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf endorses Donald Trump

Long-time Congressman Frank Wolf, a Republican from Northern Virginia's 10th District, on Saturday endorsed Donald Trump's campaign for president.
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VP nominee Pence visits Loudoun County, says Trump is a uniter

The veep candidate, speaking at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, said the GOP campaign is fighting a “two-on-one” game against both Democrats and the media.
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Virginia Republicans opt for primary nomination in 2017

The Republican Party of Virginia's State Central Committee voted 41-40 today to select the party's 2017 candidates by a primary, a shift from recent gubernatorial elections.
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Inaugural ‘It Takes Our Village’ event aims to help Loudoun’s domestically abused

On Saturday, close to 10 organizations gathered at the Douglass School Playground Pavilion in Leesburg to offer support and resources for domestic violence victims and children who've endured abuse for the "It Takes Our Village" inaugural Meet and Greet and Information Expo.
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Loudoun Sheriff’s Office releases composite sketch of alleged W&OD Trail Sterling attacker

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office on Friday released a composite sketch of one of two suspects involved in an Aug. 17 attempted sexual assault on the Washington and Old Dominion Trail.

Faith leaders, politicians look for ways to tackle issues facing the community

Friday marked the last night of the Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries International’s Revival & Youth Crusade 2016, where leaders discussed issues ranging from creating more economic opportunity for the youth, fighting human trafficking, curbing heroin addiction and reforming the criminal justice system.
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Patrick Henry College students, alumni plan protest during Mike Pence visit

The protest is planned for a designated area on the small Purcellville school’s campus around 3 p.m., which is when the Pence rally is expected to begin.
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Increased gun confiscations at Dulles Airport concern TSA

At Washington Dulles International Airport, a trend that TSA officials describe as “disturbing” continues to take off, despite multiple educational efforts to curb it.
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