Judge continues sentencing for Loudoun art teacher convicted of child pornography
Mon., Jul. 28 | 12:28 PM - At Loudoun County Circuit Court on July 25, Judge Stephen E Sincavage opted to pass his sentencing of Loudoun elementary art teacher Ralph Watts Conrad, 43, on a later date. Conrad pleaded guilty to 50 counts of child pornography on April 11.
Loudoun Water to host Beaverdam Creek Reservoir meeting Wednesday
Loudoun Water general manager Fred Jennings recently defended his organization’s decision to halt public access on the Beaverdam Reservoir, which for years has been a recreational gathering place for local teens and families. Photo Courtesy/Stone Bridge Rowing Club
Mon., Jul. 28 | 10:50 AM - Loudoun Water will host a community information meeting on the future of the Beaverdam Creek Reservoir this Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Stone Hill Middle School in Ashburn.
Mark Warner, Ed Gillespie trade jabs in first Senate debate
Mon., Jul. 28 | 06:52 AM - Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Republican challenger Ed Gillespie had a heated exchange over women's health issues Saturday during their first debate.
Enjoy the outdoors and a movie in Loudoun
Patrons enjoy a recent screening of “Mary Poppins” at the National Conference Center’s Screen on the Green. Photo Courtesy/National Conference Center
Sun., Jul. 27 | 07:00 AM - Laying on a blanket beneath the stars. Watching a movie on a large screen outside with the whole family. It is today's pop-up version of the old drive-in movie concept, and has become a big trend in Loudoun this summer.
Silver Line: Dawn of a new day for transit
Sat., Jul. 26 | 05:58 AM - The first reference to the Silver Line was in 1962, recalled Connolly, who represents the 11th congressional district, including Reston.
UPDATE: Sheriff: Suspect in Erica Smith murder committed suicide
Erica’s parents, Pamela and William Smith, stand by the Tree of Life in their home on Friday. The tree serves as a memorial to their daughter. Times-Mirror/Crystal Owens
Fri., Jul. 25 | 12:28 PM - The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office announced today that a suspect has been linked to the murder of a 14-year-old girl in 2002.
Sen. Kaine, Loudoun-based firms advocate for Ex-Im Bank
Ara Bagdasarian, left, CEO of Omnilert and co-author of The Lemonade Stand, shows his book about entrepreneurship to U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine in Leesburg in May 2013. Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny
Fri., Jul. 25 | 10:51 AM - U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) did his best Thursday to strip down a complex political fight over the federal Export-Import Bank, the U.S.'s official export credit agency.
Van Metre looks to build 245 homes in Dulles South area
Fri., Jul. 25 | 10:00 AM - Van Metre Communities, L.L.C. has submitted a rezoning application in conjunction with R.G and Wilma Whitman so that a parcel of land by the intersection of Gum Spring and Braddock roads near Liberty Elementary School will be allowed to support higher density housing.
Sterling Academy of Science students set off for South Korea
Fri., Jul. 25 | 08:00 AM - TJ Sample, senior at the Academy of Science in Sterling, had never been out of the country. That all changed when he boarded the plane bound for South Korea on July 16 to study spider silk and human collagen-producing cells.
Leesburg Town Council approves increased utility fees
Thu., Jul. 24 | 02:43 PM - As of July 22, Leesburg can expect to see increased water and sewage rates. Town Council approved the move in a 5-2 vote.
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