Connections brain development seminars come to Loudoun
Fri., Oct. 24 | 07:06 AM -
Connections, a brain development seminar, is coming to Ashburn Nov. 7-8 at Word of Life International Church.
Voting advocates fear impact of Virginia’s voter ID law
Thu., Oct. 23 | 05:39 PM -
It's an issue in states across the U.S., with the Supreme Court last weekend allowing Texas to use its strict voter ID law, over the vehement objection of three justices. The Texas law, unlike Virginia's, doesn't allow college student IDs as a form of identification.
Witness in Sterling murder recants testimony
Thu., Oct. 23 | 02:09 PM -
Attorneys for a local man convicted for first-degree murder are seeking to have his verdict and indictment dismissed after a witness in the trial recanted his testimony.
LCPS encourages relationships between schools and local businesses
Thu., Oct. 23 | 11:00 AM -
Partnerships between local businesses and Loudoun County Public Schools are becoming increasingly common and encouraged by LCPS administration.
Taking to the skies: Foxcroft students build drone
Senior Gaby Panettiere, juniors Patia Fann and Jasmine McGreen and freshman Saylor Hart made up the team from Foxcroft who built the drone. Courtesy Photo
Thu., Oct. 23 | 07:00 AM -
Four students at Foxcroft School for girls in Middleburg will release their self-made drone above the school with other participants in a final flight demonstration Oct. 26.
Ghosts, goblins and Loudoun
|Greg Adams and Linda Bowman turned the front yard of their Leesburg home into a smoky graveyard for Halloween in 2011.||
Wed., Oct. 22 | 07:00 PM -
From haunted houses to hay rides to trick-or-treating, Loudoun has something for everyone to celebrate All Hallows' Eve
World of Beer heading to One Loudoun
World of Beer is coming to One Loudoun in 2015. - Courtesy/WOB
Wed., Oct. 22 | 03:45 PM -
It was confirmed on Oct. 22 via One Loudoun's Twitter account that World of Beer, one of the largest beer-on-tap purveyors in the country, will be heading to the development in 2015.
Study: residential development in Loudoun not as costly as thought, board still not swayed
Wed., Oct. 22 | 02:00 PM -
A study conducted by Robert Charles Lesser and company – the same company Loudoun tasked with deciding the fiscal impact of the Silver Line – says residential building in Loudoun County might not be as costly as originally thought.
VIP countersues One Loudoun
Wed., Oct. 22 | 11:00 AM -
The prospects for a professional sports stadium at One Loudoun in Ashburn grew murkier this week as the company planning the stadium filed a counter claim against the developers of One Loudoun.