Cycle Scene opens state-of-the-art Studio in Ashburn
Cycle Scene opened Jan. 12 at 44190 Waxpool Road, Suite 127, in Ashburn. Photo Courtesy/Cycle Scene
Fri., Jan. 30 | 02:00 PM -
For years, Jenn Sharman has taken spin classes around the area, but never found the work out environment she wanted. She realized this was a business she could improve upon, and decided to convince her husband, Clay, to open a cycling studio.
Where it stands: Loudoun County Courts Complex expansion
Fri., Jan. 30 | 08:00 AM -
The Loudoun County Courts Expansion project in downtown Leesburg has seen some movement in recent weeks.
UPDATE: Loudoun School Board approves budget worth $1.3 million more than initial proposal
Thu., Jan. 29 | 11:44 PM -
Loudoun's School Board approved a $982 million budget for fiscal 2016 set to go before the county's Board of Supervisors in February.
Leesburg man sentenced to nine years for child molestation
Thu., Jan. 29 | 06:08 PM -
A Leesburg man accused of molesting a 13-year-old girl was sentenced today in Loudoun County Circuit Court to nine years in prison.
Sterling man accused in murder-for-hire plot denied bond; has ties to KKK
Thu., Jan. 29 | 03:37 PM -
A judge today denied bond for a Sterling man arrested Jan. 22 in a murder-for-hire plot to have his ex-wife killed.
Va. senators from Loudoun band together for breastfeeding bill
State Sen. Jennifer Wexton (D-33rd) has proposed legislation to allow mothers to breastfeed in public in Virginia. Times-Mirror File Photo
Thu., Jan. 29 | 01:12 PM -
Sens. Barbara Favola (D-31st) and Jill Vogel (R-27th) say they will support colleague Jennifer Wexton's (D-33rd) Senate Bill 1427, which “provides that a mother may breastfeed in any place where the mother is lawfully present.”
Psych services struggle to keep up in growing Loudoun County
Thu., Jan. 29 | 08:06 AM -
The job of providing for the needs of those struggling with mental illness is no small task, and it's hard to keep up with the growing demand.
Leesburg’s Ken Reid won’t seek re-election
Thu., Jan. 29 | 12:23 AM -
Reid announced his decision via Facebook Wednesday night.
For many teachers, living in Loudoun is just too expensive
A little more than a quarter of Loudoun County Public School employees live outside the county.Anna Harris/Times-Mirror
Wed., Jan. 28 | 11:00 AM -
Roughly 27 percent of these Loudoun public school employees don't live in the county. For some, it's because they simply can't afford it.