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Supervisors vote to support new memorials on Loudoun courthouse grounds

The board voted to contribute up to $50,000 in public funds to help support the project.

McAuliffe restores voting rights of more than 10,000 Virginians

Gov. Terry McAuliffe says his administration has restored the voting and civil rights of more than 10,000 Virginians with criminal records.

The Loudoun Valley Vineyards property listing for $750,000 covers 20 acres and the tasting room just off Route 9 in Loudoun wine country. Landwatch.com

In Loudoun’s labor of love, balancing the costs with the romance

It's a familiar tale for anyone with experience in the Virginia wine industry. You don’t get into it for the money. It’s by no means glamorous.

Sterling robbery sends victim to hospital

Sterling robbery drives resident to hospital

AG Mark Herring won’t run for governor in ‘17; will seek re-election instead

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, a Leesburg resident, won't run for governor in 2017, Herring announced in an email to supporters Wednesday.

Cate Blanchett co-stars in “Carol,” hitting theaters in November. Courtesy Photo/YouTube

Middleburg Film Festival to honor composer Carter Burwell; teases two films

As time crawls dangerously close -- less than two months away from the Oct. 22 opening night -- for one of Loudoun’s glitziest affairs, it’s about time we got a teaser, and the festival delivered.

EDITORIAL: Local justice system turns a blind eye to alleged victims of Calvary Temple

Every weekend, former members of Calvary Temple gather across the Triple Seven Road in Sterling seeking retribution by a church that they contend has inflicted sins upon their families. They follow church leaders to events intended to recruit new followers, waving placards that warn of church tactics that shatter lives.

Virginia State Police asked to investigate Calvary Temple

A growing group of former Calvary Temple congregants are calling for an investigation into alleged sexual abuse at the Sterling Pentecostal church to be turned over to Virginia State Police, citing a conflict of interest, as one of the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies is a member of the congregation.

U.S. Supreme Court: Bob McDonnell to remain free for now

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will not have to go to prison while the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether to review his public corruption convictions, the justices ruled Monday.

Law enforcement officials continue fight against heroin use in Loudoun

Loudoun County Sheriff's deputies, in conjunction with the newly-formed Heroin Operations Team, since March have made 60 narcotics-related arrests, most of which involved heroin, Maj. Mark Poland, chief of the patrol division, told a group during an Aug. 31 forum.
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