MWAA closes on $1.28 billion rail loan
Thu., Aug. 21 | 02:00 PM - Yesterday the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) closed on $1.28 billion of a low-interest, long-term federal loan to help fund construction of the second phase of the Silver Line.
Loudoun Times-Mirror takes the #ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Thu., Aug. 21 | 10:59 AM - The Loudoun Times-Mirror went into our old press room to answer the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge we received from our sister papers, the Fauquier Times and the Prince William Times.
New tenants slated for Village at Leesburg
Thu., Aug. 21 | 10:00 AM - The Hair Cuttery, BonChon, Comfort One Shoes and a Marine Corps Recruiting Center have all recently signed leases to move into the mixed-use development.
Oaklawn residents seek common ground with K2M’s plans
Thu., Aug. 21 | 08:45 AM - Residents of Leesburg's Oaklawn and Stratford neighborhoods are extending an olive branch to K2M.
Loudoun deputy won’t face charges in accidental shooting of teen daughter
Thu., Aug. 21 | 05:00 AM - The Frederick County Sheriff's Office will not charge a Loudoun deputy who mistakenly shot and injured his 16-year-old daughter on Aug. 12.
Ashburn man charged with involuntary manslaughter following car surfing incident
Wed., Aug. 20 | 08:00 PM - An 18-year-old Ashburn man was charged Tuesday in connection with an Aug. 5 car surfing incident that ended with the death of a Sterling teen.
Bob McDonnell’s sister details communication woes
Wed., Aug. 20 | 02:03 PM - Communication between former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife deteriorated so badly that he didn't bother to tell the onetime first lady that his sister and her husband were separated, according to defense testimony Tuesday.
George Mason comes to Loudoun; provides more education options
George Mason University’s new classrooms in Sterling. Courtesy Photo
Wed., Aug. 20 | 12:00 PM - Loudoun County joins the George Mason family with the university's new location officially opening in Sterling on Aug. 18.
Leesburg girl takes fencing to the hilt
Jasmine Adolphe has quickly risen up the ranks in the sport of fencing. The 9-year-old Leesburg girl will compete in the Pan Am Championships this week. Courtesy Photo
Wed., Aug. 20 | 11:35 AM - Jasmine Adolphe, it seems, has a favorite word: Amazing. After being selected to perform at the 2014 Youth & Veteran Pan American Fencing Championships – and receiving a Certificate of Recognition from the Town of Leesburg as a result – the 9-year-old prodigy has much to call “amazing.”