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DEVELOPING: Leesburg council votes to keep Loudoun government center and courts downtown

Only Councilman Tom Dunn voted to uphold the Board of Architectural Review's ruling.

Denise Harrover, president of the Dulles South Alliance Homeowners Association, hands out No Towers on 50 posters and cards to attendees of the July 23 public meeting. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Dulles South residents oppose power lines

Members of the Dulles South community voiced their hesitations and opposition to a series of power lines set for build along Route 50 at the July 23 public input session hosted by Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles).

Golf star Billy Hurley issued a plea Tuesday just before the Quicken Loans National Golf Tournament for the safe return of his father who has been missing for nine days. Tara Slate Donaldson/Virginia News Group

MORE: Golf star issues emotional plea for Leesburg father’s return

Golf star Billy Hurley issued an emotional plea Tuesday, asking anyone who's seen or heard from his Leesburg-resident father to help find him.

Police identify driver in Leesburg hit and run

Leesburg Police have identified the suspect in a hit and run incident Monday that left a pedestrian in critical condition. Jose Pablo Hernandez Reyes, 47, of no fixed address, has been identified as the driver of the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado truck that struck 57 year-old

Cured opened its doors to customers June 28. Facebook/Cured

New food truck, Cured, cures epicurious appetites in Loudoun

Two former chefs at the Wine Kitchen in Leesburg have launched Cured, a new food truck which is already out and about in Loudoun and receiving rave reviews from customers.

Silver Line falls 30 percent short of projected ridership; lawmakers remain optimistic

One year in, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's Silver Line is 30 percent short of projected ridership.

MORE: Loudoun deputies investigating indecent exposure cases in Ashburn

Loudoun County Sheriff's detectives are working to determine if a series of indecent exposure cases in the Ashburn area are related.

Courtesy Photo/Office of Sen. Mark Warner

A Times-Mirror conversation with Sen. Mark Warner

See what Virginia's senior senator said about budgeting and sequestration, the “gig” economy and how capitalism is no longer working for the middle class.

UPDATE: Workers for Verizon—one of Loudoun’s largest employers—vote to strike, if necessary

Verizon workers in nine states have voted to go on strike if necessary over a dispute about a new contract, a union official said at a rally Saturday.

Deputies investigating series of vehicle, home thefts in Sterling

Loudoun County deputies are investigating a series of larcenies from vehicles and homes in Sterling that began July 23 and ended Saturday.
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