Image Matters maps the world from Leesburg
Thu., Dec. 18 | 08:00 AM -
Harry Niedzwiadek is the CEO of Image Matters, a downtown-Leesburg based software and systems engineering firm.
Uptick seen in Loudoun housing market
Wed., Dec. 17 | 04:07 PM -
The housing market is showing signs of a return, with year-over-year gains in both closed sales and new contracts, according to a report.
Communication breakdown: Lockdown at LCHS spurs discussion on info protocol in schools
Loudoun County High School Principal Michelle Luttrell talked to parents outside the school after the lockdown was lifted. She assured them they could take their children home and that everyone was safe. Anna Harris/Times-Mirror
Wed., Dec. 17 | 12:15 PM -
For some concerned parents, communication during the emergency lockdown at Loudoun County High School stirred confusion.
Unseen crime: 85% of arrests, details about investigations go unreported in Loudoun and Leesburg
Unreported arrests from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
Wed., Dec. 17 | 08:00 AM -
A four-month study by the Loudoun Times-Mirror that compared more than two years of indictment lists issued by the county's commonwealth’s attorney's office to arrest reports issued by the county's sheriff's office and Leesburg Police Department.
Loudoun County Parkway completion sparks local Republican rift
Tue., Dec. 16 | 03:50 PM -
The completion of Loudoun County Parkway, a key transportation project in the county, led to sharp words and claims of lies between local Republican officeholders last week.
Suspect named in 2012 murder of Sarah Greenhalgh
A suspect has been named in the 2012 murder of former Winchester Star reporter Sarah Greenhalgh. -Courtesy/Fauquier Times
Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:17 PM -
Fingerprints from John Sheldon Kearns – Greenhalgh's former boyfriend – were obtained on Dec. 8, according to an affidavit filed in the Circuit Court Dec. 11.
MORE: Gov. McAuliffe calls for stricter gun regulations
Mon., Dec. 15 | 05:57 PM -
Included in McAuliffe's initiatives are closing the so-called “gun show loophole” and re-implementing the state's one-handgun-per-month law.
Sterling man claims $1 million Powerball prize one week before it expires
Aaron Monsey of Sterling claimed his $1 million lottery prize on Dec. 15 – less than one week before it was set to expire. Photo Courtesy/Virginia Lottery
Mon., Dec. 15 | 05:31 PM -
Aaron Monsey was in no hurry to claim his $1 million winning lottery ticket.
Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act funded in federal spending bill
Mon., Dec. 15 | 11:41 AM -
The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, named after a 10-year-old childhood cancer advocate from Loudoun who died last year after fighting a vicious cancer in her brain, will be funded through the just-passed budget measure.