Welcome to LoudounTimes.com
Loudoun Times-Mirror

Times-Mirror Photo/Trevor Baratko

MORE: The Confederate statue at Loudoun’s courthouse: Should it stay or go?

Featuring a roughly 12-foot-tall, mounted Confederate soldier holding a gun, the statue was placed in Leesburg in 1908 and has remained for the past 107 years.
More
- 24 comments

See how your local lawmakers fared in the Northern Virginia chambers’ legislative scorecard

The Northern Virginia Chamber Partnership has released its Virginia General Assembly Legislative Scorecard to recognize the House and Senate members who supported their legislative priorities.

After a change of hands, the National Conference Center celebrates renewed vision

The conference center changed ownership in April 2014, and the past year has seen some changes in the facility’s vision and landscaping.


Woodtrail Graziers in Round Hill. Courtesy/Ann Higgins

In Loudoun, rural economy grows differently

The federal numbers are in for how much the U.S. Department of Agriculture has contributed to Virginia's rural economy, but Loudoun's own agrarian endeavors may have outstripped these bolstering efforts.

Taylor Clarke proved to be a hot commodity in the 2015 MLB draft. Photo Courtesy/College of Charleston athletics

Ashburn native Taylor Clarke takes aim at MLB career

The month of June in the year 2015 will always be remembered by Broad Run High School alumnus Taylor Clarke as the time his life was forever changed.
- 2 comments

Image Courtesy Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office

Loudoun County Sheriff deputies honored for handling of suicide attempt

Two deputies from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office have been honored for their actions responding to a suicide attempt last month.
- 2 comments

Briar Woods alum talks about 2015 World Cup experience

Lina Granados, who has dual citizenship with Colombia and the U.S., took a few minutes away from the team's busy schedule in Canada to answer a few questions about her experience so far, stepping onto the field for the first time, upsetting third-ranked France and the surreal feeling of playing the USA.

Times-Mirror Photo/Trevor Baratko

Loudoun County officials: State law dictates Confederate statue must stay

Virginia code states: “ … it shall be unlawful for the authorities of the locality, or any other person or persons, to disturb or interfere with any [memorials or monuments for war veterans] so erected."
- 21 comments
SPONSORED CONTENT
Top three reasons to maintain a pond

Ponds require maintenance and it is really important to have a healthy pond which can provide years and years of enjoyment.

More NEWS

SPONSORED CONTENT
How you can increase the value of your home
Perfect Pavements

The design will depend largely on how you want to enhance your lifestyle and what style appeals more to you and your personality.



SPONSORED CONTENT
The value of community banking
Perfect Pavements

In general, banks of all sizes offer the same array of services, from online bill paying to wire transfers… you name it. However, fees for these services are most often much lower at community banks.


With Gov. McAuliffe in office, old friends find new opportunities

Terry McAuliffe's move from national Democratic political insider to Virginia governor has meant new opportunities for some of his longtime friends.

Clinton touches on race, gun control and gay rights at Virginia rally

Clinton’s first official campaign stop in the commonwealth came on a historic day of a historic week, with the Supreme Court ruling today that gay marriage is the law of the land.
- 2 comments

Leesburg King Street fire cause determined

The blaze displaced residents of the second and third floor apartments above the jewelry store, and smoke and water damage forced Caulkins Jewelers, a staple of Downtown Leesburg for the last 60 years, to relocate for at least a year.

More News
Email UPDATES
Tuesdays:  
Thursdays:
As Seen IN PRINT
The Loudoun Times-Mirror

is an interactive, digital replica
of the printed newspaper.
Open the e-edition now.