Village at Leesburg gets makeover
With kinetic sculpture, fire-and-water fountain Village at Leesburg creates a place to “hang out.” Courtesy photo/Village at Leesburg
Tue., Apr. 28 | 03:04 PM -
The Village is in the midst of a few changes it hopes will make the center more social and event friendly.
More costs, delays for Metro’s Silver Line to Loudoun
Metro’s Silver Line extension will cost more than initially predicted, the Airports Authority announced April 27.
Mon., Apr. 27 | 06:00 PM -
It will now be at least 2019 before passengers can take Metro to Washington Dulles International Airport.
Wason Center poll: Jeb Bush surpasses Hillary Clinton in Virginia
Mon., Apr. 27 | 05:19 PM -
The new CNU poll also found Virginia Republicans are split on who they should nominate for president.
In Northern Va., Michelle Obama says tech industry to train, hire 90K military vets
Michelle Obama made a visit to Northern Virginia Thursday to talk about veteran hiring. Photo/WhiteHouse.gov
Sun., Apr. 26 | 08:24 AM -
Microsoft Corp., Cisco and Oracle are among firms making the commitment, the first lady said.
Parent takes Loudoun school administrators to court over alleged FOIA violations
Fri., Apr. 24 | 03:05 PM -
Lansdowne parent Brian Davison has taken the Loudoun School Board and other Loudoun County Public School administrators to court over FOIAs.
U-Va. dean bashes Rolling Stone article in open letter
Thu., Apr. 23 | 11:31 PM -
An associate dean of students at the University of Virginia said Wednesday a widely discredited Rolling Stone article caused her professional and personal harm.
Chris Cooley’s Leesburg mansion is still for sale
The front entrance of Chris Cooley’s $2.39 million mansion, now up for sale. - Courtesy Chase Realty Video
Thu., Apr. 23 | 11:02 AM -
For $2.39 million a lucky homeowner can own Cooley's 13,000 square foot home, including six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, media room, theater, billiard room, spa, pool, wine cellar, elevator, four-car heated garage and more on 3.67 acres west of Leesburg.
Maureen McDonnell: Corruption trial was unfair
Thu., Apr. 23 | 08:36 AM -
Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell's legal team said in court filings Monday that her convictions on several public corruption charges are based on an overly broad definition of bribery.
Capturing the spirit of American roots
Jayme Stone, the banjo player for Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project, will play at the Barns of Rose Hill on Thursday. Photo Courtesy/Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project
Wed., Apr. 22 | 02:30 PM -
Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project honors America’s rich tradition of folk and roots music