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Sterling man to serve 5 years for in-home daycare molestation

A Sterling man convicted of molesting a child in the in-home daycare his mother operated was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison. More

Del. LaRock’s LGBT letter draws sharp rebukes, praise

Virginia State Del. Dave LaRock (R-33rd) says a proposed resolution recognizing LGBT Pride Month in Loudoun County “promotes homosexuality and gender confusion to people of all ages” and could be “used to promote, affirm and recruit young school-aged children to those lifestyles.”

Maryland man sent to prison for sexually assaulting Loudoun teen

A Maryland man will serve nearly seven years in prison after prosecutors say he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old Loudoun girl he met online.


Lucas Filippini Barrera, a first-grader at Sterling Elementary School, uses the prosthetic hand his older brother and Park View High School junior, Cesar Filippini, created for him, to share a fist bump together. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

VIDEO: Sterling student creates 3-D printed prosthetic for his little brother

Lucas Filippini Barrera’s older brother, Park View High School junior Cesar Filippini, designed and created a 3-D printed prosthetic hand for the 7-year-old.
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‘Western Loudoun Preserved:’ New book celebrates area cuisine

As a resident of western Loudoun County, Mary Litton has always been passionate about its local businesses and restaurants, vineyards, breweries and farms.


All eight of the Times-Mirror’s Future Leaders’ Scholarship winners pose together after the awards banquet on June 10. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Meet your 2016 Loudoun County Future Leaders

Each year the Times-Mirror and the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation honor a diverse group of achievers from Loudoun County high schools who are ready to rock our world.

Federal authorities raid Lansdowne home

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office assisted federal officers in the raid. The Sheriff's Office posted a notification about the raid on their website and social media this morning. The notification said there is "no threat to the community" and the "scene will be cleared shortly."

Supervisor Ron Meyer (R-Broad Run) wants to limit what kind of proclamations and resolutions he and his colleagues can introduce. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

MORE: Supervisor Meyer considering rules change to limit resolutions and proclamations

Loudoun County Supervisor Ron Meyer (R-Broad Run) says he is considering introducing a change to the board’s rules of order that would limit the scope of what supervisors can propose and place on meeting agendas, including items such as resolutions and proclamations.
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Loudoun businesses pushing back against Muslim center’s expansion plans

A coalition of Loudoun County business owners are lobbying the Board of Supervisors to deny a special exception zoning that would allow a thriving regional Muslim center to expand services in a crowded Ashburn business park.
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New state laws go into effect on Friday

A series of new laws is set to go into effect on Friday, including parts of a landmark gun compromise between Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican lawmakers.

Supervisors commend local man behind Robby’s Rule legislation

Buswell's efforts resulted in Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) signing Robby's Rule into law in 2015, which closes the gap in the state's sex offender registry by including the information of those sexual offenders convicted on or after July 1, 1980 and before July 1, 1994.
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