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Ashburn man, McCabe, promoted to a top post with the FBI

Andrew McCabe previously served as assistant director in charge of the Washington Field Office, according to an FBI news release.

Daisy, a 9-year-old pet Angus, was stolen from a Waterford home earlier this week. Photo Courtesy/Jordan Shealey Kelly

Beloved pet cow stolen from Waterford farm

A Waterford family is desperately searching for their pet cow that was stolen off their Loyalty Road farm earlier this week.

Analysis: Loudoun is the happiest county in America

SmartAsset conducted the analysis using financial health, personal health and family stability factors.

With time running out, here’s where Verizon, union negotiations stand

With little time left to come to a contract agreement, Verizon, one of Loudoun's top employers, and unions continue their negotiations.

Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Cardinal Ridge community mourns loss of two students

About 100 people gathered Thursday at Cardinal Ridge Elementary School in Centreville for a vigil to honor Desmend and Quincy Holmes.

Children pose for a photo at the Junior Cotillion Spring Ball. Photos Courtesy/Jean Anne

Times change, but cotillion remains popular in Loudoun

In a society where learning ballroom dance and proper table etiquette may seem old school, cotillion has continued to remain popular in Loudoun County.

Sterling’s Diana Balboni polishes a portion of plane in Seattle as part of the Air Force One Detailing Team. Courtesy photo

Sterling woman restores presidential jet with team

Diana Balboni of Sterling recently returned from a mission to Seattle where, with 34 others on the Air Force One Detailing Team, she detailed the first Air Force One presidential jet in its annual preservation checkup.

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New ownership promises local focus at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub

When David Ratliff was stationed in Africa as a State Department Foreign Service staffer, the Alexandria­ native dreamed about bringing his young family home while also pursuing his long-term entrepreneurial dreams.

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Children’s musicians Andrew & Polly to debut in Ashburn

The shows begin at 10:30 a.m. at Jammin' Java, 227 Maple Ave. E., Vienna, and at 6 p.m. they will open for the Okee Dokee Brothers on the outdoor stage at Willowsford, 23506 Founders Drive, Ashburn.

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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.

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.

Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

Former soccer star returns to Loudoun County High School to teach

When she was a young girl Olivia Mackey knew she wanted two things in life, to be a soccer player and a teacher. After a professional soccer career, she returned home and will be a new physical education teacher at Loudoun County High School.

Army Spc. Stephan L. Mace will killed in action in October 2009. Photo Courtesy/Vanessa Adelson

‘We are here ... we are here’: Purcellville mother honors fallen son’s legacy

The mother of five knew when her son, Stephan Mace died in combat in 2009, she couldn't just sit by and watch his brothers-in-arms suffer as they returned home from fighting on the front lines.

VIDEO: Media personality Roland Martin confronts Confederate statue supporters in Leesburg

NewsOne Now host and former CNN contributor Roland Martin paid a visit to the Confederate statue in front of Loudoun's courthouse during the NAACP rally in Leesburg Saturday.
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